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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melodien identifizieren > song from a german TV commercial in the 90s
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Author: salmanasar
Posted: Jan 29 2018 - 09:17 PM
Subject: re: song from a german TV commercial in the 90s
Fantastic! That's it.
Would have never guessed that. I was looking in completely the wrong direction.

Didn't get any hits with the flash piano function or Parsons code either.

Thanks a lot rainerd
Author: rainerd
Posted: Jan 28 2018 - 08:27 PM
Subject: re: song from a german TV commercial in the 90s
This guitar piece seems to be known as "Romance" or "Spanish Romance" and the composer is unknown. See for example:
Author: salmanasar
Posted: Jan 23 2018 - 10:59 PM
Subject: song from a german TV commercial in the 90s
i've got this melody stuck in my head and i can't seem to identify it.
i think i know it from a TV commercial that aired in Germany in the 90s. maybe classical?

i think i have the pitch nailed
a'4 a'4 a'4 a'4 g'4 f'4 f'4 e'4 d'4 d'4 f'4 a'4 d''4 d''4 d''4 d''4 c''4 ais'4 ais'4 a'4

the notes are all equal length and about 80bpm

hope someone here can help me out. it's driving me nuts ;)
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