Mad Men Season 3, Episode 1 Closing Credits Music

Can you help me identify the fiddle instrumental that ran over the closing credits of this week’s episode of Mad Men?

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Leah Tremain's picture
This doesn’t answer your music question but have you seen this great site? http://madmenfootnotes.com/
Craig Mackie's picture
I’m thinking this is Scottish, but that’s as far as I can take it. You have two phenomenal experts close by in Kendra MacGillivray and Patricia Murray. See if they know.
TomMc's picture
did you ever find out the name/group that does the song at the end of episode 1 of season 3?
Peter Rukavina's picture

Make your way to this uClue question to find the answer to my question.

Anonymous77's picture
My guess is that it’s David Carbonara, the original composer for the series. He has a Mad Men Vol. 1 soundtrack you can find in iTunes. Let’s hope it is included in Vol. 2.
Patty's picture
in this link you can listen to the theme you want. It´s Sally´s Story Enjoy http://strongplacemusic.com/scores/mad-men
Deegray's picture
Thank you very much Patty!
AMS's picture
So glad you found this answer as I was searching for it myself! I love the song, too.
kirkpati's picture
I started looking for this track when i had a lightbulb moment listening to ‘O Brother’ soundtrack. Anyone think the song is a slow riff on Man of Constant Sorrow?… Or am i just tone deaf?
Arex's picture
I have been trying to find name of the song/artist/score played in season 3 episode 10 towards the beginning and again season 3 episode 11 when Don is in bed with Suzanne (on both occasions). Anyone know? Thanks.
Peter's picture

 

I'm also looking for that music in season 3 episode 11…. there's a clarinet solo?  it's beautiful.  Does anyone know what that is?

Brooke's picture

I just watched episode 1 of season 3, and was mesmerized by that song!  Thanks so much!

Is there any way to download it somewhere?  Can’t seem to find it on itunes…….

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