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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Classical song similar to Harry Potter's Theme
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Author: scooter
Posted: Feb 17 2018 - 09:45 PM
Subject: re: Classical song similar to Harry Potter's Theme
I’m not sure if you found this yet, but I suspect you are referring to this, from Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake:”
Author: alexoland
Posted: Jan 21 2018 - 02:10 PM
Subject: Classical song similar to Harry Potter's Theme
It was a classical song and the tune was very similar to Harry Potter's tune.There was even a comment that was like "You can see how they stole Harry Potter's tune from this.". I am %100 sure it was by Tchaikovsky but I just can not find it. Any ideas? (I found another song that is very similar to Harry Potter's theme it is by Gabriel Faure, that is not what I am searching for.)
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