I meant to say "male" visitor...he was not interrupted by the postman. Carry on.
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Check out The Very Best of Inspector Morse. These 3 CDs contain one piece from each episode (in order after the main theme) of the classical music used in the series.
However, you are probably more likely to find what you are looking for at Barrington Pheloung's web site, the composer of the theme and incidental music for Inspector Morse whose CDs contain both Pheloung's work and music from the series.
I have not seen the series, but from what I have read, it was an excellent show. Thanks for the tip!
Many thanks Jamscience. Yes, it is an excellent series. I had my wife watch the episode in question and she pointed out that my memory of the scene itself was as good as my spelling. The scene I was thinking of was operatic. She did not tell me what the actual scene was, but she confirmed my thoughts - her sense was that it may be Chopin, or perhaps Mendelssohn, and that it was in D flat major. I'll check the Pheloung website you suggested. Thanks!