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How does one find the name to a classical song if it has no lyrics? This song in question is the music playing in the new Reebok commercial featuring quick clips of various anonymous athletes in action. It's got a fast, repetitive tempo (da da da da, da da da da...)that gives it a sense of urgency. I know this is a ridiculous question, but I'd appreciate the help.

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There's no real way to find out unless someone's seen the commercial.

I recently saw one for Reebok that featured "O Fortuna" by Orff. That one has a choir in it though (but not in English). It's a great song, it was also used in the Guinness commercial with people singing it on a train. I don't know if that's the one you're thinking of or not...If not, then hopefully someone else has seen the commercial...
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    Originally posted by count olaf
    How does one find the name to a classical song if it has no lyrics? This song in question is the music playing in the new Reebok commercial featuring quick clips of various anonymous athletes in action. It's got a fast, repetitive tempo (da da da da, da da da da...)that gives it a sense of urgency. I know this is a ridiculous question, but I'd appreciate the help.

    (edited by count olaf on 21.9.03 1404)
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For UK ads, (commercialbreaksandbeats.co.uk) this site is pretty useful.



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