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Forgot to ask John,you have changed the intro music to the live set,which piece of music is this please?

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It was a suggestion of Carl's,and it's called 'Church Windows',by a composer who sounds like a pasta. Outro music is Villa-Lobos.


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Is that Respighi?

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Is that Respighi?

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We have been told, not to assume, but I will take a stab at this one, lol. There is a section of this music, that showcases fast ascending and cascading flourishes of strings, underlined by a very deep brass baseline. It would seem very fitting for intro music, a vibe of a powerful happening.


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That is correct,JK. Carl's piece (Respighi ) won the iCon vote ,when presented, because CP 'talked it up big ' when giving the hard sell to me and Horace. And you are right,Tyler, the pregnancy of the piece is undeniable.
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IIRC ELP played some Respighi during their Black Moon tour... may have been the same piece. Forget if it was for intro or outro, though.

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I know the piece is on a series of CD's by Concord. I'll have to order it from Amazon. Nice!

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Thanks for asking GD I meant to ask & forgot.

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