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 Author: ianmurphy
source url Posted: Feb 19 2018 - 08:35 AM
Subject: Mystery tune on toy
Hi everyone

My blind nephew is a musical prodigy - he has perfect pitch & ear and is an excellent pianist. He's a remarkable young man.

He gets obsessed with tunes he can't identify. He recorded a video of a toy playing a tune he can't identify. Can anyone here help, please?

The link takes you to a Facebook post. The video is in the OP. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help or tries to help.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=890649091123330&id=100005347416248
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