Impossible

Mission impossible theme

Mission impossible theme
  1. Who did the Mission Impossible theme?
  2. What is the name of the Mission Impossible theme?
  3. Is the Mission Impossible theme major or minor?

Who did the Mission Impossible theme?

It was written in 1967 — when Tom Cruise was only 4 years old. Composer Lalo Schifrin was hired by producer Bruce Geller in the '60s to write the theme song for the television series, Mission: Impossible, which the current Tom Cruise film franchise is based on.

What is the name of the Mission Impossible theme?

Written and performed by Argentinean composer Lalo Schifrin, this jazzy instrumental, also known as "Burning Fuse," was the theme to the classic spy TV show Mission: Impossible, which ran from 1966 to 1973.

Is the Mission Impossible theme major or minor?

Title:Mission: Impossible Theme
Instruments:Treble Clef Instrument, range: Bb3-F5 Piano
Scorings:Piano/Chords Instrumental Solo
Original Published Key:A Minor
Product Type:Musicnotes

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