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It appears to be a string trio (or quartet) by David Wall, but I cannot confirm. A list of soundtrack music can be found on the website for the film.


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It's the opening of third movement from Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A major, K 622


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This is "Nuvole Bianche" by Ludovico Einaudi. A Recording on YouTube Composer information on Wikipedia


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You may find this book helpful: Annala, Hannu, and Heiki Mätlik. 2007. Handbook of guitar and lute composers. Pacific, MO: Mel Bay. It appears to be available as an ebook, which would facilitate searching. A quick search via Google books turned up both Boccherini (as expected, based on PiedPiper's answer) and also a guitar with string quintet (and ...


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The best known guitar quintets are the four written by Luigi Boccherini. There are several others listed at the Petrucci Music Library.


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There is a music score search app based on ngrams called Peachnote. The idea is to enter a melody intervalically, and the app searches a database of scores pulled from IMSLP and other sources. Here's an article extolling Peachnote's virtues. (Adrian Giordani. 27 May 2018. "Who or what really inspired the Viennese wunderkind?". Accessed 27 July 2020....


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The piece playing from 17:26 to 19:27 in Chopin's Prelude in D Minor, op. 28 no. 4. The entire video incorporates Chopin's music. 4:30 - 6:45: Prelude in A Flat Major, op. 28 no. 17 6:51 - 7:40: Prelude in C Major, op. 28 no. 1 8:42 - 10:30: Prelude in G Major, op. 28 no. 2 12:10 - 13:10: Prelude in C Sharp Minor, op. 28 no. 10 14:15 - 15:25: Prelude in B ...


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The first few notes originate from "Für Elise" by Beethoven, see Wikipedia for a recording


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Another question in site gave me an answer. It is not quite like the book that I mentioned in the comments. You don't need to identify the intervals between the notes (as the book required) but only whether the notes go up, down, or stay the same. So, I expect that you need a longer sequence in general but it works surprisingly well with even a short ...


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