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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Anyone know the name of this classical piece from this Kevin James video?
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Author: creshbunny
Posted: Nov 02 2020 - 11:01 AM
Subject: re: Anyone know the name of this classical piece from this Kevin James video?
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Author: atma
Posted: Nov 02 2020 - 04:10 AM
Subject: Anyone know the name of this classical piece from this Kevin James video?
As the title implies, I'm looking for a classical piece from one of my favorite youtubers. Checked the comments, checked shazam and other similar apps, checked AHA, nothing. So could someone knowledgeable help me find this amazing song? It's probably a newer piece of music if it's not being identified.

Starts at 0:30 seconds mark and goes until about 2:40 minutes in. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks so much!
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