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 Author: Rachmaninov
Posted: Jul 17 2004 - 01:10 AM
Subject: Thank you!
Tom thank you very much!
Author: Tom
Posted: Jul 16 2004 - 04:31 AM
Subject: Re: searching a popular melody
"All the Things You Are"
Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1939
Introduced in the stage musical "Very Warm for May," 1939
Author: Rachmaninov
Posted: Jul 05 2004 - 11:26 PM
Subject: searching a popular melody

 search Musipedia for this

Cant find the name of this melody...It is very wellknown.
Think it's from a movie....Someone like Henri Mancini?
Would be very glad, if anyone knows the title of this song.
Thanks for trying!

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How to insert music:

Add a bit of sheet music, along with a MIDI file, simply by entering note names in Lilypond syntax between the [L] and [/L] tags.
For example, you can try what happens if you enter: [l]g'4 g'4 d''4 d''4 e''4 e''4 d''2[/l] (use the Preview function if you don't actually want to post this).
You can create these lists of note names by clicking on piano keys here.

How to post an audio recording:

If you just want to sing, whistle, or play a melody so that other forum visitors can hear it, follow these steps:

  1. Record your audio here.
  2. You should notice a 32-character hash code, something like: 2a40281c5001c5a7d8c9f57fcdeccfaf
  3. copy this hash code and paste it into a forum post, enclosed in the audio tags, for example: [audio]2a40281c5001c5a7d8c9f57fcdeccfaf[/audio]

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If the original question in a thread is solved, please mark it as solved using the "solved" icon (or by just typing [solved] into your post). This makes life easier for people who are willing to identify melodies, since unsolved problems are easier to spot that way. If a problem turns out to not be solved after all, just write [/solved] in a new post, and the thread will be labeled accordingly.