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Favourite Music in the Show?

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I'm a huge fan of the music!

Some of my favourite moments are when Moriarty is listening to music as he's doing something inevitably cool.

Here's an analysis video on some of the soundtrack - "Investigating Sherlock":  https://youtu.be/ZltLoXdUHxo

What's you're favourite musical experience with the show?

Edited by Carol the Dabbler
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Hi there Flimemusic! Welcome to the forum, glad you found us.

I don't know what the piece is called, but my favorite is definitely the one that plays near the end of Reichenbach, which starts right around the time Moriarty kills himself. They use it a couple other times too, especially during HLV, I think? Anyway, it's thrilling stuff.

I'm afraid I can't get your link to work, but I found this: is it the same one? If so, thanks for sharing it … love stuff like this!

 

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Yup, same one -- just needed another space before the URL.  I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but the first part is interesting -- stuff that never would have occurred to me.

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Hi Arcadia! I re-watched the Reichenbach scene, yes they definitely use that track more times in the series! Epic strings and percussion! :)

And thanks Carol for the comment (and fixing the link!)

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Hey there!  Haven't been in for a while, but this looks like an interesting discussion.

I actually like the entire score from SiB, but especially "Irene's Theme," or whatever they call the piece Sherlock composes when he thinks of Irene. It carries a lot of emotion, and I think it tells you a lot about his state of mind when he considers her. 

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To me, there's a lot of melancholy in that piece, do you hear it that way too? Yet I'm not quite sure why that would be. It's not my favorite piece, but it's a very effective one.

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In ASiB, the piece is called Irene's Theme and is reiterated in part in The Woman and in SHERlocked.  And for TRF it's Prepared to Do Anything followed by Blood on Pavement.  There's definitely some melancholy in both themes from each episode.

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