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"Paint it Black" by The Rolling Stones
The third of Birgit Krohn's three albums containing printed and manuscript music, much of which was likely collected during her time at the Pigeinstitutt. Front cover and table of contents written out by Birgit Krohn on the inside of the front cover of the album. Pieces are listed in the album alphabetically and numbered according to the order in which they appear. For voice and piano. Illustrated front cover signed by Birgit Krohn in the upper right hand corner. Plate number Short piece for piano, presumably written by Birgit Krohn's mother whose name is written to the right of the title. For piano. Badly torn. Based on the play by Holger Drachmann.
"Black Hole Sun" by Soundgarden
Subscriber Account active since. Co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy worked with composer Ramin Djawadi to embed anachronistic musical cues into the mostly Western setting via the player piano and other soundtrack choices. Whether you're looking for the name of a song used, or want to better understand the show's musical themes, keep reading for a look at every song featured on "Westworld. The show's first use of a modern song on the player piano happens a little over halfway through the pilot episode. During our first introduction to Hector, Armistice, and their crew of bandit hosts, composer Ramin Djawadi's piano-based cover of "Paint it Black" plays. Maeve begins experiencing small malfunctions as she tries seducing customers in the Mariposa saloon. Radiohead's "No Surprises" plays in the background of two key encounters. When we see Dr.
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