Only one square mile, yet it is the most sophisticated money market in the world: behind the tradition of the ancient Livery Companies, Capital City shows how the City of London sets about its complex task of providing a balanced environment for its working people and residents. Shots include Rothschild Bank; the Fraud Squad; Mansion House; Barbican, Fleet Street; the River Thames; London bridges; interior of a Barbican flat; Lord Mayor’s party in the Great Hall of Mansion House; policeman in a Triumph police car.
The end-credits for the music, being white text on a bright background with fairly poor picture quality, are quite difficult to make out. They read as follows:
MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY
Professor of Film Composition at the
GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA
and played by the students
Please note that the original soundtrack of Capital City is available on the CD Carey Blyton: Film & Television Music (3/4), which may be purchased from this site.