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Joan-alder.jpg|[[Joan Alder]]<br>Died in a car accident by falling asleep at the wheel from an overdose of antidepressants and too much alcohol 20 years ago.</gallery>
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Joan-alder.jpg|[[Joan Alder]]<br>Died in a car accident by falling asleep at the wheel from an overdose of antidepressants and too much alcohol 20 years prior to the events of the episode.
 
 
Arthur-leggott.jpg|[[Arthur Leggott]]<br>Killed by blow to the head from a torch.
 
Arthur-leggott.jpg|[[Arthur Leggott]]<br>Killed by blow to the head from a torch.
 
Owen-swinscoe.jpg|[[Owen Swinscoe]]<br>Thrown off a bridge into the river and drowned.
 
Owen-swinscoe.jpg|[[Owen Swinscoe]]<br>Thrown off a bridge into the river and drowned.

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Midsomer Rhapsody is the eighth episode of the eighth series of the popular ITV crime drama Midsomer Murders and was originally aired on 2nd October 2005.

Synopsis

When an early copy of Midsomer's beloved (and dead) composer Joan Alder's most famous work surfaces, people start dying. Barnaby is an old friend of the family and investigates the deaths, plus delves into the mystery surrounding Joan's love life and the reasons she left the village years earlier. Questions about the authenticity of the work threaten Joan's ex-husband's claim to the royalties still generated by the music.

Plot

DCI Barnaby and Sgt. Scott investigate the murder of Arthur Leggott. The man had recently moved into a care home but was found dead in his house. He was a respected music teacher and had been a close friend of Joan Alder the late, great composer. There had been rumors that Leggott may have had in his belongings a rare piece of sheet music from Alder's early years. When such a piece turns up at auction, Barnaby is convinced it was stolen in the first place. Joan Alden's husband, her agent, a young woman who now claims to be her daughter, her putative father and an antique dealer are all suspects. As the death count rises the field of suspects narrows, but the solution lies in a letter handwritten by Joan Alder and and the infatuation of someone who loved her in their youth.

Cast

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Body Count

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Supporting Cast

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Notes

The following actors and actresses who appeared in this episode have also appeared in the following episodes

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