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Author: wizofaus2
Posted: Dec 29 2018 - 12:04 AM
Subject: Fragment with distinctive interval

So there's a melody in my head that has a distinctive sequence of pitches, which in C major would be E-G-F-C#-D... and everything before or after that is very much a blur, though I have some sense it might be (all jumps to the closest pitch) "G-C-B-G-B-A-E-G-F-C#-D-E-F-A-G". No luck searching for either of these. I believe it may be sung (but also possibly guitar), and it may be French, probably 19th century, but that's about all I have. The rhythm is just moderate paced even-length notes, legato.
Any help much appreciated!

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