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Total Posts: 4 - Pages (1): [1]
 Author: Joyce
Posted: Jul 05 2004 - 01:00 AM
Subject: Your tune is a folk song: "Early one morning...
Your tune is a folk song whose lyrics are:
Early one morning, just as the sun was rising,
I heard a maid singing in the valley below.
"Oh don't deceive me, oh never leave me,
How can you use a poor maiden so?"
Author: Andre
Posted: Jun 29 2004 - 12:17 AM
Subject: Re: Can't identify this familiar tune
This melody was used as a children's tv show theme song. The name of the show was entitled " The Friendly Giant" and was aired on CBC. (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.)
The tv show itself ran for 28 years on from 1958 to 1985.
here s a link about the show.... http://www.tvparty.com/lostgiant.html.

and here's a link about the song itself: http://www.kididdles.com/mouseum/f021.html

Hope this helps...cheers...
Andre
Author: Bob Thomson
Posted: Jun 28 2004 - 04:52 AM
Subject: Can't identify this familiar tune
Author: Andre
Posted: Jun 27 2004 - 11:03 PM
go site Subject: Movie soundtrack exerpt
4r;8r;8g;8a;8a#;4.c+;8d+;8c+;8a#;4.c+;8g;8a;8a#;8c+;8d+;8c+;8a#;8g;8a#;2c+;4r;[/L]

The above melody is being whistled.
It is from a movie soundtrack ... Maybe a western.. not sure.

The time signature is 3/4
the key i wrote it in is Bb.

The Chord progression goes like this:
Cm7 on the first c note.
dm7 on the 3rd c note
ebmaj7 on the 4th c note
F7 on the last c note being the 6th one.
Actually it is being whistled without accompaniement but the progression outlined above is the general feel that i get.

Thank you in advance.

Andre











4r;8r;8g;8a;8a#;4.c+;8d+;8c+;8a#;4.c+;8g;8a;8a#;8c+;8d+;8c+;8a#;8g;8a#;2c+;4r;[/L]
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