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‘Come On Train’ recorded by Don Thomas, remixed by Ian Parton, as used for the Visa Flow campaign in 2009

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‘Rivers of Babylon’ recorded by Daniel O’ Donnell from the album ‘Songs of Inspiration’

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‘The Wedding March’ recorded by The Band of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers from the album ‘A Festival of Marches’

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‘March from the Nutcracker’ recorded by The Band of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers from the album ‘A Festival of Marches’

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‘March of the Trolls’ recorded by The Band of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers from the album ‘A Festival of Marches’

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‘Music Box Dancer’ recorded by Frank Mills, as used for the Robinson’s Fruit and Barley campaign in 2000

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‘Going Home’ recorded by Mara O’ Hara, is an arrangement of Dvorak’s New World Symphony as used on many of the Hovis commercials

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‘Danny Boy’ recorded by Mary O’Hara. A version of this classic – widely considered an Irish anthem – it is the lyrical version of ‘Londonderry Air’

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‘Quiet as the Moon’ recorded by Dave Brubeck, from the album of the same name which soundtracked an eight-part animated TV mini-series of ‘This is America, Charlie Brown’

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‘Beethoven Five-O’ recorded by The Ventures. A surf-rock version of Beethoven’s very own Symphony No.5!

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‘Quicksilver’ recorded by The Ventures, is a version of the William Tell Overture and theme to The Lone Rangers

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‘Ave Maria’ recorded by Frank McCaffrey,  from the album ‘An Irish Lullaby’

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