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Aliens, intergalactic travel, super heroes and more, all soundtracked by amazing pieces of classical music composed through the ages. Join us as we travel back in time, into space, and to the edge of reality to uncover the greatest pieces included in our favourite sci-fi films. By Mel Spencer
Chopin's peaceful Prelude Op. 28, No. 15, known as the 'Raindrop' due to the repetitive pitter-patter of notes played by the left hand, makes quite the statement in this gruesome sci-fi film. Following the violent birth of a xenomorph, a creature that bleeds acid and only exists only to multiply its species and conquer all others, the screen goes black and cuts to Chopin's calming music in an eerie juxtaposition.
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