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source link Author: hopi
Posted: Jan 07 2020 - 09:54 PM
Subject: Looking for a classical piano song I learned as a child
Hi everybody,

I am looking to identify a classical piano song. It was rather simple and short and existed in 2 variations. I always thought that is was Bach or Haydn, but I am not sure. Can anybody help me identify this song? Now that my daughter started playing the piano, I would like to play this song to her but cannot find the notes anymore.

b'4 g'4 d'4
b'4 g'4 d'4
a'4 fis'4 d'4
a'4 fis'4 d'4
c''4 a'4 e'4
c''4 a'4 e'4
b'4 gis'4 e'4
b'4 gis'4 e'4
e''4 c''4 g'4
e''4 c''4 g'4

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Many thanks for your help

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