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Sliding Doors 3 (60) 9 mixes

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Sliding Doors 2445/9 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Tense, repetitive & urgent strings with spiky solo violin
1:58
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  • Tempo NotesFast
  • ISRCGB-FFM-15-44509
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 2 (60) 2445/96 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Tense, repetitive & urgent strings with spiky solo violin
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-15-44596
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 3 (60) 2445/97 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Tense, repetitive & urgent strings with spiky solo violin. Alt version
1:00
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-15-44597
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 4 (30) 2445/98 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Tense, repetitive & urgent strings with spiky solo violin
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-15-44598
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 5 (30) 2445/99 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Tense, repetitive & urgent strings with spiky solo violin. Alt version
0:30
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-15-44599
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 6 (Sting) 2445/100 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Urgent strings with spiky solo violin ending sting
0:10
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-09-44500
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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0:06
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-09-44501
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 8 (Sting) 2445/102 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Sting with light, urgent strings
0:06
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-09-44502
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Sliding Doors 9 (Sting) 2445/103 Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Bright, descending string quintet ending sting
0:06
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  • Tempo NotesMedium
  • ISRCGB-FFM-09-44503
  • PublisherAudio Network Limited
  • Release Year2015
FactoidThe first automatic sliding doors were invented in the US in 1954 by Lew Hewitt and Dee Horton.
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Behind The Painted Smile 2592/7 14 mixes Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Urgent string orchestra builds in tension & suspense
2:14
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Cut Crystal 2592/1 11 mixes Sam Wedgwood (PRS)
Urgent, driving strings with anxious topline melody & dramatic ending
2:07
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Dawning Day 2258/1 14 mixes David Kelly (PRS)
Urgent but light strings with piano motif. Builds gently
3:03
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Industry In Motion 2386/3 7 mixes Keith Beauvais (PRS)
Urgent string quintet with bright pizzicatos & anxious piano
2:05
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The Architects Eye 1781/8 7 mixes Tim Garland (PRS)
Trotting, businesslike string quartet building to intense yet positive ending
3:06
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Town And Country 3016/2 10 mixes Tim Garland (PRS)
Clipped, purposeful rhythmic strings
2:13
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