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Layla - Derek and the Dominoes


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It's a theme from the D major Partita's Sarabande, BWV 828. Here we are in A major.


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This baroque music is Jean-Baptiste Lully's "Chaconne de l'Amour Médecin", a chaconne he wrote in 1665 for Molière's eponymous comédie-ballet. You can listen to the complete piece on YouTube: FYI, here is the full story (in French) behind Les Inconnu's song, which ended up being quite expensive for them.


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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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The cascading lines from 0:10 until 0:20 reminded me of a similar orchestral line in Poupée de cire, poupée de son by France Gall.


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This is "Ode to Spring" by Paul Mottram, released in 2005. From the description: Cheerful baroque strings with harpsichord in the style of Handel & Vivaldi The release information is also in the video description: Key : D (ends in D) Metre : 4/4 Tempo : 108 bpm (ends at 108) Tempo Notes : Fast Album Number: ...


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It's a-ha's "Take On Me" from 1985 (the riff you quote starts at 0:20)


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It's Mountains Crave by Anna von Hausswolff.


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The tune is generally known as the CanCan. It was written in 1858 by a nineteenth century German-born French composer of light opera called Jacques Offenbach. The tune took on a life of its own independent of its origins, when it was adopted in the 1890s by cabarets in Paris such as the Moulin Rouge and Folies Bergère and associated with a risqué dance ...


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It's the fifth and sixth measures of the principal theme of the slow movement of Mendelssohn's violin concerto in E minor, opus 64. (It's actually in 6/8 meter.)


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It's the scherzo, the second movement, of Beethoven's 9th symphony: Note the dotted rhythms; the tympani rhythm is actually the same rather than being a roll.


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The excerpt is the beginning of the Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op. 47, by Dmitri Shostakovich, composed 1937. It's the most popular of his symphonies. (further reading)


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Jesus Refulsit Omnium is often cited as the oldest known Christmas song in the world. Like many of the first Christmas songs, “Jesus Refulsit Omnium” is a Christian hymn. The hymn was composed in Latin by St. Hilary of Poitiers sometime in the fourth century. It is believed that he may have created the song after the first recorded Christmas celebration took ...


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I believe this is what you're looking for: Lola - The Way I Am It's VERY difficult to find anything about the artist, but I think this article is about the same person.


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I was in touch with the movie's producer and music director. The song is titled Que Sera but it is unreleased. It is not a cover of the popular que sera sera (whatever will be will be). I'm working with the music director of the movie to get a personal copy of the song.


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It's called Dance of the Superplum Fairy and it's from The Nutcracker. Here's one examples from YouTube. and the there's a Wikipedia entry for the song too. https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dance_of_the_Sugar_Plum_Fairy


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Found it! It‘s the main theme from Enemy of State


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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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This is the opening and ending theme of "بچه‌های مدرسه والت" / "Bachehaye Madrese Walt" ("Walt School Kids"), formerly titled "مدرسه عشق: قصهٔ دل" ("School of Love: the Story of Heart"). This anime is the Iranian version of 愛の学校クオレ物語 / Ai no Gakko Cuore Monogatari, a 1981 Japanese anime based on Edmondo de ...


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It's Perpetuum Mobile, by Simon Jeffes, best known as recorded by the Penguin Café Orchestra.


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The piece in this video is "Rondo in G" by Ferdinando Carulli (starting at Bar 35)


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This is the "Empress Ki" main theme:


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A walts? :-) Prelude and Fugue No.12 from book 2 of Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier. (YouTube.)


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Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 5 (op. 64), Movement 2, First theme. Horn part, measures 8–17 (SOURCE: IMSLP)


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The "Patterson Chorale" was composed by Merlin Patterson (homepage). The score is available for download on his website.


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I don't want to download your external files, but based on the lyrics a quick google search: "Lyrics "I know I'll make it through with you" " returned this as being: I'm In Love by Paul Oakenfold ft Aloe blacc You can check it on youtube here.


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The irregular appeggios reminded me of Mike Oldfield's 1973 hit Tubular Bells


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It's a bit from Bach's Toccata and Fugue! At 2:40, after a short general break, the piece picks up with that melody. I feel it is sampled a lot, and similar melodies have shown up a lot since it came out in the 18th century.


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This piece is by Noh Young Shim (Sometimes translated by Google as No Young Shim). I tried to find out some information about this artist but there's not much to be found. There are a couple of songs on YouTube. This is the one you have: Further research shows if you hit YT with her Koreanized version of her name then you get ...


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