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Author: zxcvbnm
Posted: Apr 15 2014 - 02:00 AM
Subject: re: Classical Strings (maybe movie soundtrack?)
I'll bump this because it sounds familiar...
Author: lisa
Posted: Mar 28 2012 - 09:10 AM
Subject: Classical Strings (maybe movie soundtrack?)
This has been bugging me for YEARS! What is this song?

I keep hearing it in stores, in movie shows, everywhere, and I can't figure out what it is. It almost sounds like it might belong in Edward Scissorhands or whatever movie that has a soundtrack by Danny Elfman. But I have gone through Danny Elfman's entire repertoire, and it looks like it's not his work.

It's got to be quite old (from the 90's, at least), because I clearly remember hearing it in a documentary series on TV when I was little.
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