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I have audio available (recorded or I can sing/play it) Musipedia (hum, enter notation, or enter pitch "contour" [i.e., up, down, repeat]) A searchable, editable, and expandable collection of tunes, melodies, and musical themes. (Musipedia) Shazam (uses 10-second clip of song) The application can identify music, movies, advertising, and ...


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At the bottom of that sheet the publisher information is given: "U.E. 161". U.E. is short for Universal Edition. At their webpage, they have a catalogue. Searching for number 161 leads to the following entry: "Lemoine H.: Études enfantines op. 37 [1] UE 161" So, the piece is from an etude op. 37 by Henry Lemoine. It is played at ...


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I emailed Guvna B who replied within about five minutes to say the trumpet player is Ife Ogunjobi


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EDIT In light of @BrianThomas's answer, I also contacted Guvna B, who explained that Ife Ogunjobi had replaced Dylan Jones in Ezra Collective. For example, this article from The Daily Californian (26 March 2019) mentions it. And this article from radio station KNKX (6 Dec 2019) indicates that Dylan Jones is back with the group after being replaced by Ife ...


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As shown in the video, the band is Wet Floor, whose bass player is Ikuo Shibutani. This is confirmed by IMDB. Don't Slip (uncredited) Composed by Tôru Minegishi Performed by Wet Floor ( Hiroaki Takeuchi & Sachiko Watabe (vocals), Akitoshi Kuroda (guitar), Ikuo Shibutani (bass), Kei Yamazaki (drums) ) Recorded by Takashi Koiwa


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It's "Just Cancel My Dream" recorded by Larry Green and his Orchestra in 1946, on the B-side of "Little Girl", and featuring Don Grady on lead vocals (RCA Victor cat# 20-2813). Note: the video starts with the vocal chorus which starts at about 1:30 in the original. The Internet Archive has the original recording, also downloadable as MP3.


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The Carpenters : "Yesterday once more". Couldn't find an official vid, but many unofficial ones : With original video Belgium 1974 live Netherlands 1974


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The young Patchaï appears to be the son of Solange Reyes, the sister of the Reyes brothers of the Gipsy Kings. Canut Reyes writes on his blog about another clip featuring his nephew: There's also a clip of the six year old Patchaï singing with the whole family. At the end his uncle Nicolas says the boy started singing at the ...


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According to IMDb, her name is Léonore Confino (see also her page on the French Wikipedia). She's about 40 now and she still acts.


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From Wikipedia: "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" is a 1987 song composed by Franke Previte, John DeNicola, and Donald Markowitz. It was recorded by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, and used as the theme song for the 1987 film Dirty Dancing. The song has won a number of awards, including an Academy Award for Best Original Song, a Golden Globe Award ...


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There are multiple listings for that song in Discogs.Com and credit a singer names Kitty Kallen as the vocalist (on all three versions, but you have to look at the image of the disc to find that) https://www.discogs.com/Harry-James-And-His-Orchestra-Its-Been-A-Long-Long-Time-Autumn-Serenade/release/5984004 Lovely song, glad you posted the question!


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Duran Duran Fandom site mentions this : a horn section played a prominent role in the track, as played by The Borneo Horns. here also DDF site again mentions Mac Gollehon - trumpet


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From left to right: John Bentley Gilson Lavis Chris Difford Glenn Tilbrook Paul Carrack bass drums guitar lead vocals keyboards


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My understanding of your question is that you are looking for the name of the cellist that appears in this video from 1'21" to 1'52" under the name ω-3. This is 徳澤青弦 (Seigen Tokuzawa), a Japanese cellist. More on Wikipedia, Discogs and MusicBrainz.


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It's Freaks, by Timmy Trumpet -- I just googled the lyrics lol. YouTube has a lot of remixes just slowing the song down as in this Tik Tok, including Trap Diamond's absurdly slow and bass-boosted rendition. A Skunk's remix is pretty close in tempo to the tiktok you linked, but I don't think it's the same audio. Hard to conclusively disprove because I can't ...


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The song you are looking for is "Just a Dream" by Milton Brown and His Brownies. You can listen to it on the Internet Archive (the recording is from the Decca #5317 78 rpm disc that was released in 1935).


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I found it! It's Moosh & Twist. The song I was referring to is called Possibilities. Here's the video.


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The original song, "Splashing Around", was written by The Green Orbs (homepage) and contributed to the YouTube Audio Library in April 2016. The Green Orbs are a brother/sister duo, Eddie RosenBerg III and Heather Hirshfield, who write children's music.


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The author of the song said that this song is... Just a general style parody of late 60s cheesy folk pop hippie music


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