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Does anyone know who composed the theme tune for the telly quiz program master mind??? I've looked on the net and the bbc site but I can't find the answer anywhere.

If not does anyone know where I could find out???

Thank you!!!
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Does anyone know who composed the theme tune for the telly quiz program master mind??? I've looked on the net and the bbc site but I can't find the answer anywhere.

If not does anyone know where I could find out???

Thank you!!!
i looked for it , but not extensively just scoured the net. altough i couldnt find anything. its most likely to be a tune by handel or mozart. i may not be corret.
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Just looked it up for you-

'The theme tune is called Approaching Menace by Neil Richardson (who, incidentally, co-composed and conducted the score for the film Four Weddings and a Funeral).'
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Just looked it up for you-

'The theme tune is called Approaching Menace by Neil Richardson (who, incidentally, co-composed and conducted the score for the film Four Weddings and a Funeral).'
damn it. wrong again,,,,// i should freshen up my ears for classical music
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damn it. wrong again,,,,// i should freshen up my ears for classical music
*chuckles*

May I ask why you wanted it Mr-Thread-Starter?
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it probably came up during his/her music exam
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it probably came up during his/her music exam
What? You're supposed to know random facts such as that?
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What? You're supposed to know random facts such as that?

most lieky explanation
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Thank you Egan!!!! Thank you very very much!!!!!

No I don't do music, it was for my dad, he's always liked the music from mastermind and asked me to try and find out on the net who wrote it (cos he's useless with computers!).

Thanks again, he'll be very happy when I tell him and finally end his curiosity.
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What? You're supposed to know random facts such as that?
Nooo Nooo You Don't
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Nooo Nooo You Don't
first of all that wasnt a random fact. it was an intelligent guess
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Thank you Egan!!!! Thank you very very much!!!!!
Thanks again, he'll be very happy when I tell him and finally end his curiosity.
Not a problem...glad it was of some help
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first of all that wasnt a random fact. it was an intelligent guess
It was an intelligent guess that the composer of mastermind was Neil Richardson? Surely there aren't so few composers that that sort of thing would be easily estimated?

Anyway- twasn't a music exam...blah!
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It was an intelligent guess that the composer of mastermind was Neil Richardson? Surely there aren't so few composers that that sort of thing would be easily estimated?

Anyway- twasn't a music exam...blah!
u seem to have misundertood my statment .

that was a guess answer to your original question to unregistered why he wanted to know who composed it.

but i do get ur point about the flaw in my guess about the exam .
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confubled
think it would be more efficient to use confused instead of confubled. has it save a half of a second in time and time is money!
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think it would be more efficient to use confused instead of confubled. has it save a half of a second in time and time is money!
I think one should be allowed to use their own style (and made up words) on an occation where they feel it is appropriate...'confubled' (said -'confoob-ald') in my opinion gives a different feeling as it were, than confused and thus I used it...
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I think one should be allowed to use their own style (and made up words) on an occation where they feel it is appropriate...'confubled' (said -'confoob-ald') in my opinion gives a different feeling as it were, than confused and thus I used it...
i know but u wated half a second of ur precisous life!!!!!
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i know but u wated half a second of ur precisous life!!!!!
I do not consider it to be a 'wated' (assuming you meant wasted) half a second...I have a whole three-and-a-bit weeks of seconds left to use up anyhow...it was worth it!

Edit- oops- changed accidental half to have!
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I do not consider it to be a 'wated' (assuming you meant wasted) half a second...I half a whole three-and-a-bit weeks of seconds left to use up anyhow...it was worth it!
u could half given that half a second to someone in need!
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