Can anyone identify this piece?

Can anyone identify this piece?

Post by spankyspam » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 13:52:01


Can anyone identify the composer and title of this piece? Link to MP3:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Perhaps 25 years ago, on my Vic-20 computer, I had a book with data
cassette entitled "Introduction to Basic Part I" (or was it Part II?).
The cassette included a program that played some music that I'm hoping
someone can identify for me. Years later, I still remember how it
begins, so I made a quick MP3 of the first part of it (Sibelius made
the whole process take no more than 5 or 10 minutes).

For 20 years I've wanted to know what this piece is (and I haven't
heard it since then, so hopefully I remember the first part correctly).
Anyone know?
 
 
 

Can anyone identify this piece?

Post by Lenny Abbe » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 20:57:56

Sounds like one of the lesser Bachs.

Lenny

 
 
 

Can anyone identify this piece?

Post by Anders Car » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 23:50:06


XXXX@XXXXX.COM writes:


Ryuichi Iwamura's classical music search returns no meaningful
results, other than Beethoven's piano sonata Moonlight (Op 27-2)
which it clearly is not, and then a preludium by Bach (which
also does not match) followed by An der Schen Blaue Donau...

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Another (Swedish) VIC-20 book had a long piece of "film music" that
I never knew what it was until last year when I stumbled across the
notation to Ernest Gold's Exodus and realized "yes, this is the
VIC-20 music, but in the book the rhythm was scrambled".

--
Anders Carlsson
 
 
 

Can anyone identify this piece?

Post by Uwe Peuke » Sun, 18 Jun 2006 23:58:39

I would say it is the first of
"Twelf short preludes for the beginners"
by J.S.Bach

Edition Peters Nr. 200a

Uwe

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Can anyone identify this piece?

Post by Uwe Peuke » Mon, 19 Jun 2006 00:00:22

Sorry
Twelve :)

Am 17.06.2006, 16:58 Uhr, schrieb Uwe Peuker < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >:




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