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Author: Bob Wysong
Posted: Jan 24 2005 - 05:13 PM
Subject: Re: Gallow Wine commercial
The name of the tune is simply, "Hymne"
Author: Bob Wysong
Posted: Jan 24 2005 - 05:11 PM
Subject: Gallow Wine commercial
From the opera "Opera Sauvage" by Vangelis
Author: Jim
Posted: Jan 23 2005 - 03:56 AM
Subject: re: 2 tunes no idea of names
the carly simon one is "let the river run"

Let the river run let all the dreamers wake the nation Come, the New Jerusalem.
Author: Phil Landsberg
Posted: Jan 22 2005 - 10:27 PM
Subject: lead sheets
I was so happy to come accross this cite, as I was thinking about creating a website that had printable music for perhaps thousands of songs.
Or is there already such a cite
Author: Jim
Posted: Jan 22 2005 - 08:09 PM
Subject: 2 tunes, no idea of names
I need help w/2. 1 is a reoccuring "theme song" from "Crossing Jordan", I believe Carlye Simon does it??I'm bad w/ names & titles. It has the words, waters flow & Jerusalem in it. The seconds from a TV commercial for Gallow wines , maybe as farack as the the 70's or 80's it's classical, & thats all I know. All we have ever been able to refer to it as the gallow wine song. & in a music store, thats like asking ??
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