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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melodien identifizieren > Song von "MTV Masters"
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Author: !ratm!
Posted: Nov 27 2009 - 01:13 PM
Subject: re: Song von "MTV Masters"
Inzwischen habe ich es selbst gefunden.

Es heißt Gnossienne No.1 und ist von Erik Satie.

Danke trotzdem für die Hilfe!!
Author: !ratm!
Posted: Sep 02 2009 - 02:18 PM
Subject: Song von "MTV Masters"
Ich bin schon total lange auf der Suche nach einem Klavierstück, das einmal bei MTV Maasters lief. Ganz am Ende der Folge "3000 Masters" kommt ein Abschnitt, wo es um Explosionen vs. Erotik oder so geht. Und da wird das im Hintergrund gespielt - obwohl es eigentlich gar nicht dazu passt-

Ich habe die Melodie (zumindest den Anfang) am JS-Klavier eingegeben:

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Ich hoffe, jemand kennt die Melodie und kann mir den Titel oder Ähnliches sagen.

Gruß !RATM!

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