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This song is "El Arado," originally by Victor Jara. There seem to be quite a lot of cover versions. Your version has a very interesting alternate arrangement, with a percussion section that sounds like a boat being paddled through water. It's by the Chilean folk/electronic artist Rodrigo Gallardo. As far as I can tell, it is not (currently) available ...


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This is the Serenade No.1 Op.21 by the Dutch composer Jonny Heykens (1884-1945). This is by far his most famous piece, and has been recorded in a multitude of different arrangements.


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"Fly, feather" by Irina Leonova. youtube video And here with English translation: youtube video.


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"11 months ago" (so Oct 2018?), k.y. posted a comment to the Youtube video asking what the music was. Among the replies was this one: Arian Kourangi 3 months ago [Jun 2019?] Soo I Dm:ed him on Instagram and apparently it's a custom composition by a friend of his. So your not going to find it anywhere since it hasn't been released.


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i have a feeling I know this song from 90's! It took me a while to find it (very hard to find anything Romeo & Juliet related!!! It depends exactly which word you choose and how you quote them - I found it by google this way (this is what I remember of that song): "i am your juliet you are my romeo" And I found it! :-) Slightly different lyrics, but ...


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These lyrics are in fact from Noah and the Whale's "Old Joy" but they only appear in an unreleased demo version of the song. According to the notes in the video (presumably from the band): The version of 'Old Joy' we recorded in the synagogue has achieved almost mythical status amongst the band. I really love this take of the song but it wasn't our vision ...


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Found it! It was Music; My Love from Marye Lobb (Youtube, Spotify).


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I found it afterall. it is Miserere Mei, (Allegri), a setting of Psalm 51 (50) by Italian composer Gregorio Allegri. One rendition: Miserere mei, Deus - Allegri - Tenebrae


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According to Wikipedia, part of the song is "Listen to the Mocking Bird" which had also been used as a theme song for the show.


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Not sure about the original song, but when I SoundHound-ed it, I found "Russ woke" from Argentina: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh8NTW9zS3M You can hear the original motive of the song, covered by some rap. Not sure about the original song though. Let me know if you find out.


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The second song is Rain & Tears by Aphrodite's Child. I was able to identify it by searching for hit songs of the right time period based on the Pachelbel's Canon chord progression.


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The first of these is a string arrangement of the song "Sunrise Sunset" from the musical "Fiddler on the Roof", written by Jerry Bock in 1964. The original Broadway production of the show, which opened in 1964, had the first musical theater run in history to surpass 3,000 performances and held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 ...


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