Carey Blyton – Film & Television Music (3/4)

(film & television music: complete versions)

featuring British session players

Carey Blyton


  Composer Title Performer(s) Total duration
Carey BlytonCarey Blyton – Film & Television Music (3/4)
(film & television music: complete versions)
featuring British session players
London Saxophone Quartet,
British session players
# Composer Work Movement Performer(s) Duration
1Carey BlytonCapital CityPart 1: Mansion HouseBritish session players00:01:45
2Part 2: Commuters hurrying into London00:02:12
3Part 3: The Lord Mayor’s Show00:01:52
4Part 4: Night Scene00:00:49
5Part 5: Nocturnal City Life00:01:45
6Part 6: ‘Big Ben’ striking00:00:17
7Part 7: ‘Big Ben’ striking00:00:41
8Flying BirdsPart 1: ThemeLondon Saxophone Quartet,
British session players
9Part 2: Variation 100:01:44
10Part 3: Variation 300:02:47
11Part 4: Variation 2 (Variation 6)00:00:51
12Part 5: Variation 800:00:45
13Part 6: Variations 9/1000:02:00
14The Living RiverPart 1: Storm Music – Spring ScenicBritish session players00:03:11
15Part 2: Elvers’ migration00:01:28
16Part 3: Caddis larvae00:00:15
17Part 4: Underwater sequence00:00:35
18Part 5: Reprise of opening credits music00:01:30
19Kites are FlyingPart 1: Opening Credits00:01:38
20Part 2: Kite Display Music00:02:17
21Part 3: Oakwoods00:01:13
22Part 4: Museum00:01:21
23Part 5: Forestry and Sunset Music00:01:48
24Part 6: Forestry and Sunset Music (continued)00:01:16
25Part 7: Owl Hunting at Night00:07:35
26Part 8: Closing Credits00:00:48
27Sherlock HolmesPart 1: Sherlock Holmes (violin) tuning up abstractedly00:00:24
28Part 2: Sherlock Holmes (violin) ‘serious piece’00:00:38
29Part 3: Sherlock Holmes (violin) ‘serious piece’00:00:40
30Part 4: Sherlock Holmes (violin) ‘gay piece’00:00:56
31Part 5: Doctor Watson (cello) troubled by wounded leg00:00:39
32Part 6: Doctor Watson (cello) responds to Holmes00:00:06
33Part 7: The Baker Street Irregulars (clarinet/piccolo)00:00:14
34Part 8: Wiggins (E flat clarinet)00:00:09
35Part 9: Inspector Lestrade (double bass)00:00:51
36Part 10: Inspector Gregson (double bass)00:00:23
37Part 11: Inspector Athelney Jones (trombone)00:00:28
38Part 12: Leverton (bassoon)00:00:16
39Part 13: Leverton (bassoon) ‘Yankee Doodle’00:00:10
40Part 14: Mrs Hudson (English horn)00:00:41
41Part 15: Mrs Hudson (English horn) original tune00:00:38
42Part 16: Porky Johnson (trumpet)00:00:12
43Part 17: Professor Moriarty (bass clarinet) ‘The Napoleon of Crime’00:00:35
44Part 18: Loop music for chase sequence00:00:38
45Part 19: London scene (hurdy-gurdy)00:00:26
46Part 20: Chinese music (Chinese cymbal)00:00:34
47Part 21: Opium den in Limehouse00:00:35
48Part 22: Signature tune – March: “Mint Imperial (By Jingo!)”00:00:44
49Part 23: Big Ben heard through a thick London ‘pea-souper’ fog00:01:17
50The GoshawkPart 1: Pre-titles sequence00:01:18
51Part 2: Sleepless Sequence 100:01:30
52Part 3: Sleepless Sequence 200:01:18
53Part 4: Night – Dawn – Day00:00:40
54Part 5: Hawk flying to wrist00:01:13
55Part 6: Reflection of hawk in water00:00:41
56Part 7: Panorama of countryside00:01:37
57Part 8: Hawk dithering on fence00:00:53
58Part 9: Falconer’s reaction to loss of hawk00:02:07
59Part 10: Falconer blames himself00:00:08
60Part 11: Falconer mistakenly pursues another hawk00:00:11
61Part 12: Falconer and boy locate hawk00:01:36
62Part 13: Hawk flies away00:00:14
63Part 14: Hawk is lost00:00:15
64Part 15: Another hawk on wrist – hawk catches rabbit00:01:02
65Part 16: End titles: falconer’s sense of loss and flashbacks00:00:45

Catalogue code: APSCD226Published: 16th July 2010
Entry last updated: 26th April 2014