Listening to it more closely, I think you might be right - it does sound very much like a "mash up" between the two scores.
I'm not sure about legalities here, so by all means remove any links that are against the rules, but the bit I'm referring to is this:
That's the clip from the episode.
Here's the clip from the piece "Worthy of Survival"
That is my all time favourite "clip" of music from the show. I find it ... "beautiful". The strings just so eloquently come out of the blue. So I see it's the same piece as I thought, and separate entirely from the "Storming of New Caprica" score... however, I have to say, it just seemed so "right". So "Triumphant", in its own way, against the backdrop of Taikos - a change of mood, so to speak. Well, whether it was Bear's idea or the studio or the editors or whatever - I think the episode is better off with it, than without, in my opinion.
I've figured out the notes on my pathetic treble recorder - Unfortunately for me (and it's been many years), it appears to be done in a "base note" of D, and the recorder is based on C... much to my annoyance, because I can do nearly all of it except the lowest notes (and those are the best ones!). Stupid recorders. Oh well, waiting on that Clarinet, I know that can do it. And by god, I'll do it loudly and proudly!
Question: Can a "Tenor" recorder cover those first few low notes?
I'll record myself maybe tomorrow attempting it - I just... you know what, f**k you, Bear, you make such beautiful music, and I can't do it with what I have :p
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Damn you, Bear. KEEP WORKING ON THAT CLARINET! The Music will shift octave as soon as we learn the instrument! Thank you, Bear.
(get it?) :p