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Old 05-08-2011, 07:25 AM   #1
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A question from a new user- please help?

In the episode trenches of hell, Young indy is talking to two Russians who are trying to get him to use a lasso to escape the German prison. When Indy is walking into the Russian's room before the night time attempt, there is a Russian instrumental piece playing. Does anyone know how to find that piece of music in any way? Is it an original, or is it a known Russian folk piece? (Remember the scene is as Indy walks into the Russian's room before they plan to use the lasso.)

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Old 05-08-2011, 12:17 PM   #2
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This has me believing that it isn't a known piece - that isn't to say, of course, that it isn't a variant on one.

And the SoundHound app on my phone identifies it as Runnin' Down a Dream - which it isn't.
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This has me believing that it isn't a known piece - that isn't to say, of course, that it isn't a variant on one.

And the SoundHound app on my phone identifies it as Runnin' Down a Dream - which it isn't.


Thank you! I think I found it! It's the one on the soundtrack list called "make the lasso" Do you know where I could find it?
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Thank you! I think I found it! It's the one on the soundtrack list called "make the lasso" Do you know where I could find it?

No. If I read the chart properly, it's not available in any fashion. However, there's still a chance it's based on some known Russian piece of either classical or folk music.
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Old 05-10-2011, 07:28 PM   #5
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No. If I read the chart properly, it's not available in any fashion. However, there's still a chance it's based on some known Russian piece of either classical or folk music.


Oh. Ok. Thank you though!
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