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Layla - Derek and the Dominoes


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This is the opening and ending theme of "بچه‌های مدرسه والت" / "Bachehaye Madrese Walt" ("Walt School Kids"), formerly titled "مدرسه عشق: قصهٔ دل" ("School of Love: the Story of Heart"). This anime is the Iranian version of 愛の学校クオレ物語 / Ai no Gakko Cuore Monogatari, a 1981 Japanese anime based on Edmondo de ...


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It's "Just Cancel My Dream" recorded by Larry Green and his Orchestra in 1946, on the B-side of "Little Girl", and featuring Don Grady on lead vocals (RCA Victor cat# 20-2813). Note: the video starts with the vocal chorus which starts at about 1:30 in the original. The Internet Archive has the original recording, also downloadable as MP3.


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I've taken a look at Tigerland's end credits and this piece of music doesn't seem to be listed (hence its absence on IMDB as well). It may indeed be a traditional song but I cannot tell you the name. I believe the instrument we hear is one of the Huqin family, one of the most famous in the western culture being the erhu. They are traditional Chinese two-...


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Given that the film this comes from is set in an American training camp for the Vietnamese war, I'm guessing the theme is most likely inspired by traditional Vietnamese music, with some American additions. The instrument sounds like a monochord, an instrument with a single string, leading to smooth pitch changes (somewhat similar to a slide guitar or a ...


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It's Carole King's You've Got a Friend, recorded by (among others) James Taylor.


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In the video description, the music is credited "by Jonny Hyman and from Epidemic Sound. The music you mention is very faint but it looks like Jonny Hyman's style. Listen to "Arisen, Returned" for example, it's quite close: BTW, why don't you ask Derek Muller (Veritasium) directly? After all, like in any movie, ...


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