Ican"t psychic the surname of a timeless song that i really like and also am make the efforts to put on CD. It"s hard to explain except that more n much more instruments are included and that sorta reminds me the rats running roughly in circles. Dun na na na na na Na, na na Na, na na Nah, Dun na na na na na nuh na na na na na naaaaaaaaa...... (Thats pretty useless ns know)Anyone know?
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Dun na na na na na Na, na na Na, na na Nah, Dun na na na na na nuh na na na na na naaaaaaaaa...... (Thats nice useless ns know)Anyone know?
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oh, i recognize what you"re talking about... Ns wanna say it"s beethoven"s 5th, first movementhttp://tools.wikimedia.de/~gmaxwell/...io.ogg&wiki=enperhaps?
Nah its not all piano, that starts sluggish n gets fast and hits a point where its fast and has choose symbols and also a ful orchestra.
Woot the is the 5th, thanks.No wait, that is similar, however the 5th i just got seems to it is in piano only. there was a full orchestra in the one i heard.
Woot it is the 5th, thanks.No wait, the similar, however the 5th i just gained seems to it is in piano only. there was a full orchestra in the one ns heard.
Yeah its similar, but not the appropriate tune. It"s sorta choose 1-2 lines of music over n over, however it starts slowly (in PACE/tempo) and gets faster, and also starts with prefer 1 instrument.

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That rhythmic pattern absolutely fits through "In the hall of the mountain king" by Edvard Grieg (Norwegian genius!), and also that item kind of build up and also adds more instruments as it goes. Inspect it out.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_the_..._Mountain_KingEdit: added link
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