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This is In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg, compare Youtube, part of the Peer Gynt suite #1, op. 46.


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As MatthewRead already mentioned a bit, music is art and art is the product of a free and creative human spirit. This can not fully be categorized or reduced to a few groups of genres. We humans are able to create that much more different styles, that it is just impossible to find objective rules. You can maybe distinguish a classical song from a rap, but ...


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If "Fire and Flames" and "Für Elise" create identical feelings to you there won´t be any search-term that can help you. If they create different feelings to you, and you listen to one or the other depending on your mood to "feel good" or "appealed" then it´s simple: Search for the genre that matches your present mood. ...


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According to The Library of Congress in 2013 (but it is likely still available): There is no single official metadata standard or container yet to which all audio software and hardware makers adhere, though the closest thing is a popular informal container called ID3, which is most often associated with MP3s. An online search for “ID3 tag tool” will turn ...


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Everynoise.com is a compiled list of multiple genres, followed by sub genres of music, with examples that are currently available on Spotify. This is not exactly a community, but it has a LOT of genres.


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Thank you both for your input. In the meantime I have stumbled on what seems to be an excellent solution. www.collectorz.com is a facility for cataloguing CDs, books, music, and videos. It offers an Android scanning app called CLZ Music which I have tried out with my Samsung tablet. You point the crosshairs of the CLZ Music scanner at the barcode on the CD ...


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This french app (link Google Play)/(link iTunes) (maybe you can find the equivalent in your country) allows people to sell their second hand CDs. The app will scan the bar code, identify the disc (artist, name of the album) and offer you a price. Maybe you are not interested in actually selling them, but the app will still help you to identify your CDs.


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What the barcode of CDs offers is exactly the same EAN (European Article Number) as can be found in the digits below. This is a valid unique identification, but useless without a huge article database. (You may search for it in the online shop of your choice, however.) Already existing CD databases (as cddb, freedb) use the table of contents of the CD ...


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