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Can you help me identify this well known tune?
It might be from the Magic Flute? I'm pretty sure it's Mozart.
g'4 c''4 c''8 d''8 e''4 c''4 a'4 d''2 c''4 b'4. b'8 c''4 d''4 g'2.

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