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David Copperfield: 15 Years of Magic (1994) Poster

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Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major (Adagio/Allegro vivace)
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven in summer 1806
First movement of Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op. 60
Premiered in March 1807 at a private concert of the home of Prince Franz Joseph von Lobkowitz in Bohemia, Czech Republic
(Used to introduce this TV special/documentary)
The First Twilight
Composed by Eric Mouquet and Michel Sanchez, a French duo called Deep Forest
Produced by Dan Lacksman
Released in 1992 as 5th music of the album "Deep Forest"
(Used for the 1st, the 3rd and the 6th part of the interview)
Ubi Caritas
Performed by The Cambridge Singers
Conducted by John Rutter
Hymn of the Western Church
(Used for the 2nd, the 5th, the 7th and the 10th and last part of the interview)
Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Written by Carl Orff in 1935-36
Part of the medieval collection "Carmina Burana"
Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg
(Used to conclude "Amazon Ritual" (aka "Burning Rope Escape" and "Fires Of Passion"))
Rub You the Right Way
Performed by Johnny Gill
Written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Released on March 13th, 1990, in the single "Rub You the Right Way"
(Used for "Graffiti Wall")
In This Small Spot
Composed and performed by Tim Story
Released in 1984 as third music of the album "Untitled" and in 1985 as 5th music of the album "Windham Hill Records Piano Sampler"
(Used for the 4th part of the interview)
Mama
Performed by Phil Collins
Written by Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford
Produced by the British rock band Genesis and Hugh Padgham
Released in 1983 as first song of the album "Genesis"
(Used for "Cocoon" (aka "Passion's Prison"))
Crazy
Written and performed by Seal
Produced by Trevor Horn
Released in 1990 in the single "Crazy"
(Used for the montage of various illusions)
Heritage
Composed and performed by Jim Bredouw in 1991 for a spot directed by Dominic Sena and produced by Aristides McGarry for the American multinational corporation Nike, Inc.
(Used for the childhood and career montage)
Mea Culpa
Written by Michael Cretu and David Fairstein
Produced by Michael Cretu, founder of the German new age musical project Enigma
Released on December 10th, 1990, as 4th song of the album "MCMXC a.D."
(Used to introduce "Death Saw")
The Rhythm of the Heat
Written and performed by Peter Gabriel
Produced by David Lord and Peter Gabriel
Released in 1982 as first song of the album "Peter Gabriel"
(Used for "Brazilian Water Levitation")
Requiem
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1791 until his death on December 5th, 1791, in Vienna, Austria
First movement of Requiem Mass in D minor, K. 626
(Used to introduce and to explain "Statue Of Liberty Disappears")
Requiem
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1791 until his death on December 5th, 1791, in Vienna, Austria
Second movement of Requiem Mass in D minor, K. 626
(Used for "Statue Of Liberty Disappears")
In Your Eyes
Written and performed by Peter Gabriel
Produced by Daniel Lanois and Peter Gabriel
Released on May 19th, 1986, as 5th song of the album "So"
(Used for the close-up illusions montage)
Lay Your Hands on Me
Written and performed by Peter Gabriel
Produced by David Lord and Peter Gabriel
Released in 1982 as 6th song of the album "Peter Gabriel"
(Used for the romantic illusions montage)
Sweet Lullaby
Written by Eric Mouquet and Michel Sanchez, a French duo called Deep Forest
Produced by Dan Lacksman
Released in 1992 as second song of the album "Deep Forest"
(Used for the 8th part of the interview)
Water Trade
Composed and performed by Michael Whiteley
Produced by Peter Maunu
Released in 1987 as third music of the album "Soul of the Machine - The Windham Hill Sampler of New Electronic Music"
(Used for the 9th part of the interview)
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Allegro)
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1787 and completed on August 10th in Vienna, Austria
First movement of Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major, K. 525 "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
(Used to introduce "Building Implosion" and again to begin the escape)
Mars, the Bringer of War
Composed by Gustav Holst
First movement of the orchestral suite, Op. 32, "The Planets", composed between 1914 and 1916
(Used to explain the role of the steel plate, for "Building Implosion")
Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age
Composed by Gustav Holst
Fifth movement of the orchestral suite, Op. 32, "The Planets", composed between 1914 and 1916
(Used to explain how Copperfield will be locked up in the safe and shown through the "picture in picture" effect by a camera with remote control, for "Building Implosion")
Marriage of Figaro
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart between October 1785 and April 29th, 1786
Opera buffa in four acts, K. 492
Premiered by Mozart on May 1st, 1786, in the Burgtheater in Vienna, Austria
(Used for "Building Implosion")
Burning Down the House
Performed and produced by the American rock band Talking Heads
Written by David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth
Released in 1983 as first song of the album "Speaking in Tongues"
(Used to conclude "Building Implosion")
Tighten Up
Written, performed and produced by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr
Released in 1991 as third song of the album "Electronic"
(Used to introduce "Flying")
Young at Heart
Composed by Johnny Richards
Written by Carolyn Leigh
Performed for the first time by Frank Sinatra
Released in 1953 and also included in the soundtrack of Young at Heart (1954)
(Used for the last montage of various illusions, but sung by Jimmy Durante)
Precious
Written and performed by Annie Lennox
Produced by Stephen Lipson
Released on April 6th, 1992, as third song of the album "Diva"
(Used for this special/documentary's closing credits)

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