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    Am trying to identify the title of the dance tune played during the shooting scene in the 1934 version of this Hitchcock film. The band strikes up approx 6 minutes from the start.

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    As far as I can find out Arthur Benjamin extended piece for the score was called "Storm Clouds Cantata", now wether this is the actual tune you require I'm afraid I don't know, but this might be a pointer in the right direction. Also try this site www.cinemusic.net and search for the album "Alfred Hitchcock 100 years". I hope this helps! Regards, Decks. :)

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    Deckard: Many thanks; I'll certainly follow up the leads you've given. (I'm not sure, though, whether the title you quote refers to the piece that's haunting me, as the name doesn't seem very apt for a 1930s dance tune. The scene in question, to be more specific, is in the mountainside restaurant, just after the clay pigeon shooting sequence, and occurs 6 or so minutes after the start of the film itself.) Regards. Linfhomme3

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