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GameShowFan1987:
The losing horns were created for Price. They're the first 4 notes of the theme played on a tuba followed by a downward slide on trombones.

thepriceis_J:
Yeah, it's actually a very *genius* troll. Since the upbeat theme kicks into gear the moment you win, let's do the opposite when you lose. Whoever came up with that deserves a spot in the Smithsonian.

tpirfan28:

--- Quote from: pricefan18 on June 12, 2021, 12:05:58 PM ---How about the losing horns?

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Edd Kalehoff recorded *four* different versions of the horns with the rest of the initial cues in 1972 - one Moog-led, three others that are very similar to each other with low brass horns.

The current set were recorded with the new theme/Walking/Dig cues in 2007.

William:

--- Quote from: GameShowFan1987 on June 12, 2021, 12:53:14 PM ---The losing horns were created for Price. They're the first 4 notes of the theme played on a tuba followed by a downward slide on trombones.

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Wow... 28 years of watching, and I've never noticed that! You learn something new every day...

wvoutlaw2002:

--- Quote from: pannoni1 on June 10, 2021, 06:41:17 AM ---Meanwhile, the current Cliff Hangers crashing sound was known to originate on a song on The Who's Tommy rock opera album.

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Bump.

To be mpre specific, it was "Smash the Mirror".

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