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 Author: ka_
Posted: Aug 28 2017 - 12:54 PM
Subject: The name of the lilypond noted piano tune.
This tune was frequently in either a radio show or tv show(, probably for children) from the 1980's, but I cannot find it.

Lilypond notation: g'4 ais'4 gis'4 g'4 f'4 g'4 gis'4 g'4 f'4 dis'4 d'4 dis'4 f'4 c'2
Alternative notation: G BbAbG F G AbG F EbD EbF C

Lilypond notation: b'4 d''4 c''4 b'4 a'4 b'4 c''4 b'4 a'4 g'4 fis'4 a'4 e'2
Alternative notation: B D C B A B C B A G F#G A E

I know I probably did not start with the correct original note... The closest piano match I have found is Gymnopédies #1 (for piano) by Satie. http://bestclassicaltunes.com/OpusInfo.aspx?OpusKey=SatieGymno

However, despite both the first 3 notes as well as slow notes sound correct, it is not the one I am looking for.

I did also try the other the "bestclassicaltunes.com" piano search using that sites notation listed after teh lilypond notation above: On that I also tried the search using that sites notation:
F AbF#F EbF F#F EbC#C C#EbBb

I get no hits for any. If you might remember the TV or radio show which featured the piano tune, it would also be appreciated!
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