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Victory Symphony 9 - 16 mixes

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    Victory Symphony 2602/1 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Mighty, iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony (1808)
    2:39
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60201
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 2 2602/10 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony with gaps for editors
    3:38
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60210
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 3 2602/11 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth. Less dynamic, 'media' mix
    2:39
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60211
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 4 2602/12 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth. Vintage mix, less percussion
    2:40
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60212
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidThis version of the Beethoven's Fifth is more as Beethoven would have heard it in 1808 - or at least he would have if he could hear it…
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    Victory Symphony 5 (60) 2602/13 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Mighty, iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60213
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 6 (60) 2602/14 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Mighty, iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Alt ending
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60214
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 7 (30) 2602/15 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Mighty, iconic opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Alt ending
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60215
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 8 2602/16 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Dramatic orchestral opening with quiet strings ending
    0:22
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60216
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 9 2602/17 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Dramatic orchestral opening with less percussion & loud ending
    0:23
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60217
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 10 (Bumper) 2602/18 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Super-dramatic, slowed down opening phrase with added tam-tam
    0:15
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60218
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 11 (Bumper) 2602/19 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Iconic opening to Beethoven's Fifth with resolution
    0:13
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60219
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 12 (Sting) 2602/20 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Super-dramatic, slowed down first opening phrase with added tam-tam
    0:07
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60220
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 13 (Sting) 2602/21 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Super-dramatic, slowed down second opening phrase with added tam-tam
    0:07
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60221
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Victory Symphony 14 (Sting) 2602/22 Beethoven Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Iconic opening to Beethoven's Fifth. Just descending strings
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60222
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    0:05
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60223
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
  16. 0:04
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-60224
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidSince WW2 this has sometimes been called the "Victory Symphony". "V" is the Roman character for the number five; the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" was used for the letter "V" in Morse code
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    Battle of Asculum 1500/16 2 mixes Terry Devine-King (PRS)
    Extremely tense, building orchestra with heavy percussion & effects. Trailer
    0:53
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    Night On A Bare Mountain 2344/2 26 mixes Mussorgsky Arr. David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Julian Gallant (PRS)
    Threatening, demonic arrangement for orchestra & choir (1858)
    2:26
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    Ode To Joy 2344/3 20 mixes Beethoven Arr. Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI)
    Final choral movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Builds all the way. (1824)
    3:02
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    Pesante 1194/2 4 mixes Tim Garland (PRS)
    Violent, dramatic, orchestra & choir
    1:59
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    Ride Of The Valkyries 2344/1 16 mixes Wagner Arr. Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI)
    Stormy & mighty orchestra with symphonic brass & much heroism (1851)
    2:08
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    Unstoppable Force 2453/1 22 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Tense building war-like orchestra with powerful relentless ostinato rhythm
    4:10
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