Analyzing Ron Grainer's 'Doctor Who Theme Song'

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The “Doctor Who Theme Song” was constructed by an Australian composer named Ron Grainer in 1963. The “Doctor Who Theme Song” was realized by Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. This song is one of the first electronic theme songs for television. The theme song was originally written in an E Minor. The current “Doctor Who Theme Song” is arranged by Murray Gold.
Doctor Who is a British television show about a time lord (currently played by Peter Capaldi as the 12th doctor) who travels in time and space in a British police telephone box called the TARDIS. The TARDIS is a spaceship that can travel anywhere in time and space and is bigger on the inside.The TARDIS stands for Time And Relative In Space. A Time Lord is an alien that is from the planet Gallifrey. The Doctor is one of the last Time Lords and dedicates his life to helping planets and universes survive with the help of a companion or two.
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For example, I really enjoy how Grainer incorporated violins and the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver throughout the song. Another thing that I really like about the “Doctor Who Theme Song” is when they play it. I really like how they played the song while the Tardis is floating through time and space in the beginning of every show. Personally, I give the “Doctor Who Theme Song” a ten out of ten grade because of how they constructed the song and I think that Doctor Who fans really enjoy the “Doctor Who Theme

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