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Bake off: Crème De La Crème (Music from the Original TV Series)

Tom Howe

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1.1
Organic Flour
Tom Howe
2:29
1.2
Fine Pastry
Tom Howe
1:35
1.3
Tick Cross Buns
Tom Howe
3:54
1.4
Hectic Bake
Tom Howe
2:51
1.5
Burnt Toast
Tom Howe
1:53
1.6
Baked Goods
Tom Howe
1:41
1.7
Creme Tension
Tom Howe
3:35
1.8
Pumpkin Pie
Tom Howe
2:17
1.9
Apple Base
Tom Howe
2:00
1.10
Walnut Crumpet
Tom Howe
4:00
1.11
Icing on the Cake
Tom Howe
1:22
1.12
Cucumber
Tom Howe
2:18
1.13
More Flour
Tom Howe
4:11
1.14
Time Starts Now
Tom Howe
1:36
1.15
Technical Brulee
Tom Howe
3:01
1.16
Rising Pastry
Tom Howe
1:43
1.17
Triple Layer Cake
Tom Howe
4:03
1.18
Winners
Tom Howe
2:15
Total Playing Time    46:44
Award-winning composer Tom Howe presents his original soundtrack to the Crème De La Crème spin-off series of the BBC's iconic Great British Bake Off. Featuring 18 warm yet thrilling and often tension-building tracks full of strings, magical percussion, and a touch of brass, this soundtrack will transport you back to the excitement of the Bake Off tent.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Redrocca Studio Masters

Tracks 1-18 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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