rareware wrote:i was wondering you if anyone knew what's the PIANO track
we're heard a couple of times, most recently in Knight to King's Pawn,......the same piano track is heard in the first episode, last scene, when
Michael knight says sorry to Sarah about not remembering his memory and
hurting her and he reintroduces himself to her as "Michael Knight"
do you have any idea what's this piano track called?
Welcome to this thread.
Indeed, that's the same one, yeah. a very emotional theme. I'm glad to notice, they have a constant theme in the show. wish they would use again the heroic opening theme from ep. 1 (previously used at the end of the pilot).
Reminds me of something. Does anyone know the Battlestar Galactica ep.'Valley of Darkness'? Starbuck was playing a piano suite "by her father". Thought this was music written for the series (by Bear McCreary) . Until i found the suite was 'Metamorphosis Five' by Philip Glass.
Before the current MasterKey Reel (http://masterkeyfilms.com/
)has been released (the one featuring 'Troublemaker' by Weezer)they had a reel with instrumental music only. I was sure I'v heard the theme before. It sounded similar to the music they use in Knight Rider. clean-cut case it must be from Knight Rider. And then...I was once again listening to the score by John Powell for The Bourne Identity. The track used in the reel was 'Escape From Embassy'
...I've heard it before...and the adrenalin was flowing
Not that they only use music that was not originally written for the show (respect to Chris Tyng, Stu Phillips, Morton Stevens and Don Peake)but to me the piano track is part of the KR score.
jimknight wrote:does anybody know the song that is payed right at the begining of Journey to the end of the knight when torres is briefing michael. i heard it on a ice skating tv show last night and thought of that episode straight away
You mean the one played before 'hard times' by the parlor mob in the raceway tavern? Ditto! Sounds similar to the end titles. So it seems to be original score. Don't know if Chris Tyng is still responsible for it.
I've noticed reportages were often underlaid by film scores...especially music from Michael Bay's The Island by Steve Jablonsky (love it). What ice skating show did you saw?
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