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In addition to the musical score composed by Marco Beltrami for every episode, several songs have been featured on Turn: Washington's Spies.

Season 1Edit

Opening themeEdit

  • The following song opens each episode:
  • "Hush" by Joy Williams (The Civil Wars), Matt Berninger (The National) and Charlie Peacock

Episode 1 - "Pilot"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Turpin Hero" by Jake Bugg - Plays from when Abraham Woodhull is harvesting his cabbages until Abraham sets sail.

Episode 3 - "Of Cabbages and Kings"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Spanish Ladies" by Sarah Blasko - Plays from when Caleb Brewster escapes New York until the episode ends.

Episode 5 - "Epiphany"Edit

  • The following two songs are heard:

Episode 8 - "Challenge"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Jock O’Hazeldean" by Gary Lightbody and Johnny McDaid (Snow Patrol) - Plays from when Abraham Woodhull and Anna Strong begin to make love until the episode ends.

Episode 9 - "Against Thy Neighbor"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Katie Cruel" by Agnes Obel - Plays from when British soldiers prepare for hangings for the innocent colonials until Abraham Woodhull finishes reciting a writing on law.

Episode 10 - "The Battle of Setauket"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "A Lyke Wake Dirge" by Matt Berninger (The National) and Andrew Bird - Plays from when Mary Woodhull lights a candle to begin burning down the Woodhull farm until the episode ends.

Season 2Edit

Opening themeEdit

  • As with Season 1, the following song opens each episode:
  • "Hush" by Joy Williams (The Civil Wars), Matt Berninger (The National) and Charlie Peacock

Episode 1 - "Thoughts of a Free Man"Edit

  • The following three songs are heard:
  • "String Quartet in A Major, Op. 8 No. 5-I. Un Poco Vivace" by Carl Friedrich Abel - Plays in King George’s antechamber.
  • "Sonata for Transverse Flute and Guitar, BWV 1033: II. Allegro" by J.S. Bach - Plays as Mary sets the table at Whitehall.
  • "Suite No. 6 in B-flat Major - IV. La Bersan" by Francois Couperin - Harpsichord music at Whitehall party.

Episode 2 - "Hard Boiled"Edit

  • The following four songs are heard:
  • "Take Us Alive" by Other Lives - Plays over montage of Abe spying in New York City.
  • "String Quartet No. 6 in C Major, Op. 1, No. 6, Hob. III 6 III. Adagio" by Franz Joseph Haydn - String quartet plays at the Shippen ball in Philadelphia.
  • "String Quartet in E, Hob. III_59, Op. 54, No. 3_ III. Minuetto 1" by Franz Joseph Haydn - John André leads the quartet in a a more lively tune at the Shippen ball.
  • "Sinfonia Per Archi in G Major_ IV. Minuetto" by Giuseppe Sammartini - String quartet plays another tune at the Shippen ball.
  • "String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 32, No. 5_III. Minuetto Con Moto" by Luigi Boccherini - John André recognizes a Boccherini Minuet and asks Peggy to dance with him again.

Episode 3 - "False Flag"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Ye Banks And Braes Of Bonny Doon" by Korey Dane - Plays from after George Washington slams his hand down on the burning letter until the episode ends.

Episode 4 - "Men of Blood"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Three Drunken Huntsmen" - Sung by patrons of DeJong Tavern.

Episode 5 - "Sealed Fate"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "War and Washington" written by Jonathan M. Sewall and sung by Turn: Washington's Spies Cast Members - Sung near the beginning of the episode by Continental Army soldiers working in Valley Forge as the Redcoat Arthur Sutherland walks into the camp.

Episode 6 - "Houses Divided"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:

Episode 8 - "Providence"Edit

  • The following two songs are heard:
  • "My Son John", a traditional Irish folk song. - Sung by Caleb Brewster as he pilots the Turtle.
  • "The Dowie Dens o Yarrow", a traditional Scottish border ballad performed by Fink. - Plays at the end of the episode as Robert Rogers walks away after abandoning his Royal Messenger badge.

Episode 9 - "The Prodigal"Edit

  • The following one song is heard:
  • "Quarry Weave" by Sylvan Esso - Plays at the beginning of the episode as Cicero reads his bible on the outskirts of town.

Episode 10 - "Gunpowder, Treason, and Plot"Edit

  • The following three songs are heard:
  • "God Save the King", traditional anthem of Great Britain sung by Turn: Washington's Spies Cast Members - Sung at the beginning of the episode by Redcoats in DeJong Tavern.
  • "All For Me Grog", traditional folk song sung by Turn: Washington's Spies Cast Members - Sung at the beginning of the episode by Queen's Rangers in DeJong Tavern.
  • "Set It Right" by David Gray, Marco Beltrami, and Brandon Roberts - Plays during the Battle of Monmouth.

Season 3Edit

Opening themeEdit

  • As with Seasons 1 and 2, the following song opens each episode:
  • "Hush" by Joy Williams (The Civil Wars), Matt Berninger (The National) and Charlie Peacock

Season 4Edit

Opening themeEdit

  • As with Seasons 1, 2 and 3, the following song opens each episode:
  • "Hush" by Joy Williams (The Civil Wars), Matt Berninger (The National) and Charlie Peacock

ReferencesEdit

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