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Starburst 9 (Ending) - 10 mixes

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    Starburst 1536/4 Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS) | Ellie Kidd (PRS)
    Imposing orchestral build. Rumbling timps & drone into mighty brass reveal
    2:15
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53604
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
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    Starburst 2 1536/45 Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS) | Ellie Kidd (PRS)
    Low drone & rumbling timpani. No brass until 1m10s
    2:15
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53645
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
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    1:25
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53646
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
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    Starburst 4 (60) 1536/47 Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS) | Ellie Kidd (PRS)
    Imposing orchestral build. Rumbling timpani & drone into mighty brass reveal
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53647
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
  5. Play
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53648
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
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    Starburst 6 (30) 1536/49 Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS) | Ellie Kidd (PRS)
    Imposing orchestral build. Brass being splendidly awesome
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53649
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
  7. 0:30
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53650
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
  8. 0:17
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53651
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
  9. 0:10
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53652
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
  10. 0:09
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-10-53653
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2010
    FactoidFanfares originated in the Middle Ages; there is very little evidence they were used by the Romans which is a Hollywood myth. They became fashionable in the 19th century for use in British coronations
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    Fanfare 2707/1 7 mixes Joe Kraemer (BMI)
    Prestigious, portentous & imposing orchestral fanfare
    0:30
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    Fanfare Of The Giants 1046/4 9 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Building, imposing, prestigious extended fanfare. Features brass section, woodwind & percussion
    3:13
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    Ice Nightmare 2890/3 13 mixes Guy Farley (PRS) | Andrew Carroll (PRS)
    Powerful, doom laden orchestra. Eerie with icy ending
    2:48
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    Patriot 1033/5 11 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Emotive, patriotic, building brass. Also features orchestral percussion.
    4:12
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    Revelation 1203/3 2 mixes Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Dramatic, building symphonic brass
    1:27
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    Sunrise (Swell) 1569/13 1 mixes Orlando Jopling (PRS)
    Powerful orchestral build. Gentle opening into starburst climax
    0:29
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    Unknown Warrior 2325/4 8 mixes James Brett (PRS/BMI)
    Uplifting brass fanfare & percussion depicting glory & heroic achievement
    2:08
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