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    Most TV programmes have background music and every programme has never before heard music. There will be someone who writes all this original music and so there must be many composers. I suppose there must be composers who specialise in composing music for TV programmes, each composition an original tune.

    There are many TV programmes, as you will be aware, which means there must be thousands of pieces of music just written especially for TV programmes. There must be many composers out there and I imagine that they have very little recognition for their work, apart from a line in the closing credits, so the remuneration would have to be worth it.
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    Have others noticed that this prat posts random thoughts(?) from a random mind, and then sits back without any further contribution to the threads he sets up (except abuse if he is challenged)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe View Post
    I suppose there must be composers who specialise in composing music for TV programmes and I imagine that they have very little recognition for their work.
    Perhaps, although I have seen docos on some.
    They do movies, tv all that sort of thing, and some have been very well paid too.
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    Theres kiwis in the US making a living as songwriters . Plenty of singers who cant write songs , so always a market for that I guess .

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    Quote Originally Posted by piroska View Post
    They do movies, tv all that sort of thing, and some have been very well paid too.
    I think that Burt Bacharach and Hal David have written a few. In particular, "Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head" from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid".
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