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Space adventures, Music from Doctor Who 1963-1968

DWAS RDMP1 — Cassette — 1987 — England

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Pierre Arvay for his tracks



Compilation of 21 library music tracks used in the British television series Doctor Who, between 1963 and 1968. The three tracks from Pierre Arvay were used in the episodes of The Massacre of St Bartholomew’s Eve, 5th story of the 3rd season of the series; a fourth track, Breath of fire, was also used in this story but it is not proposed on the cassette.

Cassette produced in a limited edition of 300 copies. A new production was to be marketed in 1988, with a blue design.
It was to be re-released on CD in 1998, Julian Knott record n° JPD 2CD, that covers the period 1963-1971 and thus has more tracks.

This is one of the rare releases to the general public of library music tracks, which are normally reserved for audiovisual professionals. It is the original tracks composed for a broadcast or a movie that are usually marketed.