There's an easy version of it (I think playable on harpsichord if memory
serves) in a lesson book of the Alfred series for piano. Its in something
like book 4 of the "rock, jazz and pop" book, or something similar....
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From: "Thomas" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: Harpsichord version of the Mission: Impossible theme
> Patrick Frye III wrote:
>> Mission Impossible Album 1962-72 of Lalo Schifrin:
> Thanks, it does feature the "harpsichord solo" but what I'm looking for is
> something without the funky bassline and jazz drums etc, something that
> could have been played on 18th century instruments only.
> I know it's kinda strange but since the game is following a certain
> pattern of anachronism (18th century spies acting like in a modern
> espionnage movie), I'd like the session's "opening theme" to follow that
> type of thinking (18th century instrument(s) playing a modern theme).
> Kinda of like the opposite of all the bands that "modernize" classical
> pieces by adding drums, funky basslines etc.