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The classical music in Hannibal


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Episode 1 - Apéritif

First appearance of Hannibal, dining alone.

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Episode 2 – Amuse bouche

Dinner with Jack Crawford.

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Episode 3 - Potage

Episode without classical music.

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Episode 4 - Œuf

Hannibal tries Graham’s piano

A beer with Alana Bloom

Eating with Jack Crawford again.

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Episode 5 - Coquilles

Dinner with the Crawfords

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Episode 6 - Entrée

Dinner with Alana Bloom and Dr. Chilton

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Episode 7 - Sorbet

Concert for Hunger Relief

Waiting for Will Graham

Preparing the the meat

A special beer for Alana Bloom

Emergency surgery

Cooking for the reception

Banquet. « Nothing here… is vegetarian »

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Episode 8 - Fromage

Tobias teaches cello

Dinner with Tobias

After the fight

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Episode 9 - Trou normand

Hannibal at his desk

Dinner with Graham, Hobbs and Lounds

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Episode 10 - Buffet froid

Dinner with Dr. Sutcliffe

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Episode 11 - Rôti

Dinner with Dr. Chilton

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Episode 12 - Relevés

In Bedelia Du Maurier’s kitchen

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Episode 13 - Savoureux

Last scene

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Second Course

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Season 2, Episode 1 - Kaiseki

S2, Episode 2 - Sakizuke

S2, Episode 3 - Hassun

S2, Episode 4 - Takiawase

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S2, Episode 5 - Mukozuke

S2, Episode 6 - Futamono

S2, Episode 7 - Yakimono

S2, Episode 8 - Su-zakana

S2, Episode 9 - Shiizakana

S2, Episode 10 - Naka-choko

S2, Episode 11 - Ko No Mono

S2, Episode 12 - Tome wan

S2, Episode 13 - Mizumono

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