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I did some digging because it sounded familiar to me from when I used to play in a string quartet. It's Shostakovich's String Quartet No.3 in F Major, more specifically, the opening of the 4th movement.


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This is the "Empress Ki" main theme:


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According to the [Harry Potter Wiki][1] on fandom.com: The second song played on the gramophone in Lupin's office when he tells Harry Potter that he has been sacked from his professor post is "Jungle Jazz Room" composed by Steve Grey. That credit is also given in the information section of the below YouTube video of the "Lupin's Resignation&...


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Here it is!: It seems to be translated to 'Creating Love'. It seems to be a soundtrack for something in Korean, I assume from the TV show. I do not read nor speak Korean, so there is not much more information I could find outside of this: Title: 사랑 만들기 Album: 韩国M-net单曲榜13 Release date: 2010-04-21


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There are likely a lot of influences here, but I'd suggest this is most inspired by Bulgarian folk music. Though you mention the first minute, it's actually at around 1:02 that tipped me off — their women's singers use extremely close harmonies that create small moments of dissonance. This kind of music comes from a long tradition of music meant to be ...


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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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I realised the song may be one of the older ones by Good Lookin' Records, maybe through the Earth series of albums, or other remixes they did. And it was related. The track is Hypersleep, by Voyager (1997). It is ambient liquid drum & bass. The sample of that scene begins at 4m40s.


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This CD seems to be what you are looking for. I cannot guarantee this music comes directly from the cartoon soundtrack (except from first and last tracks) since it looks like a derived product (it is in the "adaptation" section on Wikipedia). But it is clearly not the movie soundtrack you mentioned. Wikipedia tells us this music was also released ...


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As per the composer's website, in the credits to the soundtrack album: Music published by Famous Music Corporation (ASCAP), except the following, published by Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc.: the first section of track 6, “‘I’m Going to Make a Cake,’” based on the theme from “Protest” (Act II, Scene 3) from the opera Satyagraha; track 11, “Tearing Herself ...


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The percussion part sounds like a muffled snare drum but Dimitri Tiomkin who composed the song for the film used a Novachord to create the sound. The Novachord is often considered to be the world's first commercial polyphonic synthesizer. It was designed by John M. Hanert, Laurens Hammond and C. N. Williams, and was manufactured from 1939-1942 by the Hammond ...


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It is Free South Africa by French songwriter Pascal Danae


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