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"None the Richard" is an orchestral piece on the season 6 soundtrack. It is the theme for Richard Alpert, representing his past. Its eight measure phrase travels along both dorian and pure minor scales. It primarily appears in Richard's only centric episode, "Ab Aeterno".
Full list of appearances
"None the Richard" and its variations play during the following scenes:
- Richard tells the assembled group that the Island is hell, and they are all dead. He suggests they start listening to the Man in Black and leaves to find him. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard rides through the forest on his horse. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard promises Isabella he will save her, then rides through the forest on his horse to the doctor. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard returns home again, only to find Isabella already dead. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard says there must be something he can do to redeem himself in God's eyes, but Father Suarez tells him he will be hanged before he has time to repent. ("Ab Aeterno")
- The slaves in the hold hear voices and think rescue is near. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard loosens a nail from the floorboards. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Isabella appears to Richard inside the Black Rock. ("Ab Aeterno")
- The smoke appears to kill Isabella. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard walks onto the beach with a knife, preparing to kill Jacob. ("Ab Aeterno")
Richard looks at his first gray hair. ("The End")
- Jacob grants Richard agelessness. He returns to the Man in Black. Afterwards, Richard buries Isabella's cross in the ground. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard unearths Isabella's cross and yells out to the Man in Black whether his offer still stands. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Hurley mediates a heartfelt conversation between Richard and the ghost of Isabella. ("Ab Aeterno")
- Richard discovers his first grey hair, making him realize his desire to live. ("The End")
The title of the piece is a play on the common phrase "none the richer".