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Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?

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Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Wednesday, June 16, 2004 (7:29 p.m.) 

I know that the music Lupin plays during the Boggart lesson is Benny Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)," but I can't for the life of me place the music he's listening to as he packs up at the end. It sounds like it may be Glenn Miller, but admittedly my knowledge of swing is limited at best.

Any help would be appreciated!


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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Tuesday, June 29, 2004 (11:14 p.m.) 

Actually the song ISN'T "Sing Sing Sing" but it sounds very similar. It is some kind of stock swing music. It very well could be another Benny Goodman song that I don't know. I know I've heard that song in other movies. The song at the end of the movie sounds more like an Artie Shaw song to me. I'd appriciate it if anyone figures out what the songs are!

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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Sunday, August 21, 2005 (2:08 p.m.) 

> Actually the song ISN'T "Sing Sing Sing" but it sounds very
> similar. It is some kind of stock swing music. It very well could be
> another Benny Goodman song that I don't know. I know I've heard that song
> in other movies. The song at the end of the movie sounds more like an
> Artie Shaw song to me. I'd appriciate it if anyone figures out what the
> songs are!

I've been looking for them too, the 2 tracks are different, and neither of them are "Sing sing sing" (Benny) OR "Swing swing swing" (John Williams).

Personally, I would think that if John Williams wrote them especially for the movie, he would include it in the cd. And if he didn't, he'd have to cite it in the end credits. The 2 tracks listed there aren't what we are looking for either.

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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Saturday, October 8, 2005 (10:43 p.m.) 

It's an excerpt from Swing Swing Swing by John Williams. You can find the entire selection on the soundtrack to 1941 (egregiously priced everywhere).

> I've been looking for them too, the 2 tracks are different, and neither of
> them are "Sing sing sing" (Benny) OR "Swing swing
> swing" (John Williams).

> Personally, I would think that if John Williams wrote them especially for
> the movie, he would include it in the cd. And if he didn't, he'd have to
> cite it in the end credits. The 2 tracks listed there aren't what we are
> looking for either.


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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Monday, July 5, 2004 (3:22 p.m.) 

i've read that it's something called "big band source #1"... but it wasn't released. looking for it now. grr.

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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Thursday, July 8, 2004 (6:38 p.m.) 

That's on the John Williams fan page. It's not the title of the song, but a reference to what appears in the movie. They've got it wrong over there. Lots of people are thinking that's the name of the song.

> i've read that it's something called "big band source #1"... but
> it wasn't released. looking for it now. grr.


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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Wednesday, September 1, 2004 (7:48 a.m.) 

Well, the only song mentioned in the end credits as not composed by Williams is "La Cumparsita", performed by the Alfred Hause Orchestra, and that's the music on the TVs in the Dursleys' house just after Marge floats away. So we'd have to assume that Williams composed that swing tune just for the movie. I wish I knew where to get it!

> I know that the music Lupin plays during the Boggart lesson is Benny
> Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)," but I can't for the
> life of me place the music he's listening to as he packs up at the end. It
> sounds like it may be Glenn Miller, but admittedly my knowledge of swing
> is limited at best.

> Any help would be appreciated!


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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Saturday, October 15, 2011 (1:46 a.m.) 

> I know that the music Lupin plays during the Boggart lesson is Benny
> Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)," but I can't for the
> life of me place the music he's listening to as he packs up at the end. It
> sounds like it may be Glenn Miller, but admittedly my knowledge of swing
> is limited at best.

> Any help would be appreciated!

The song is by Dick Walters called "Hot Liquorice". Been 13 years in the searching for it myself, since I first heard it on The X-Files S6:E3 Triangle.


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Re: Song playing near end of film in Lupin's office?   Saturday, March 26, 2016 (10:42 a.m.) 

> The song is by Dick Walters called 'Hot Liquorice'. Been 13 years in the
> searching for it myself, since I first heard it on The X-Files S6:E3
> Triangle.

I'm sorry to inform you that that song is of the boggart scene. But how about the Lupin's packaging scene?? frown


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