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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Can you tell me the artist and the name of this music track from this video?
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source link Author: dule
Posted: Jan 12 2020 - 09:43 AM
Subject: Can you tell me the artist and the name of this music track from this video?
I always listen this interesting music track on this TV program but I never know from wich artist is or what is the name of this music track. I've found also this TV program on YouTube. This track runs in the first 37 seconds of this video.

Here is the link of the video:

https://youtu.be/h0OLJeFYyK0

Just copy and paste this URL into your internet browser (Chrome or Firefox) and view the video and listen this interesting music.

If you recognize this please post the artist and the name of the music track in this forum.

Thanks.


BTW I've tried to scan those 37 seconds of music with the very good app for detecting music named SHAZAM for Android, and the program couldn't find the right artist or track :(

Please listen those 37 seconds of music and I'm Shure you will want to have this music track in to your music library!
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