Thanks for the effort, It seems like a piece that many would like to have!MAK wrote:I'm really surprised that no one recognizes the music. I haven't played long enough to recognize it. I sent it to my guitar teacher, but have not heard back.
BTW, I have been sending emails tonight to all the guitarists I know and some Canadian Guitar Societies, we have none in Nova Scotia which surprises me.ashepps wrote:MAK wrote:
I'm really surprised that no one recognizes the music. I haven't played long enough to recognize it. I sent it to my guitar teacher, but have not heard back.
Thanks for trying OldPotter, I have tried too. I have put the file on a small tape recorder and will try again and let you know if I can do it. I have been told that the iPhone and such have to have a fingerprint already in order to recognize it. Makes sense, but I don't know...OldPotter wrote:You could always try Musipedia, you would have to input the notes or playback onto the site.... I have tried without any success. Its not easy to remember the melody and click onto a virtual piano, in time.
I have heard of smart phone apps that will also recognise a tune, don't know anything about them myself????
the link is ok. it just takes you to box.com, where there is a media player to play the mp3 file. or you can download the mp3 file.smwink wrote:I think some of us may be reluctant to click on what looks like a suspicious link. Maybe you'll have more luck if you can post this some other way?
--I have been told that as I have tried to contact EVERYONE, Geoff was suggesting I post on YouTube. I have registered at Box.com, but I am being questioned on this site as well. I will have to learn how to do get it on YouTube and in the meantime I have just signed up at SoundCloud, that should not scare anyone off.smwink wrote:I think some of us may be reluctant to click on what looks like a suspicious link. Maybe you'll have more luck if you can post this some other way?
This piece is in the Delcamp collection D05, viewtopic.php?f=49&t=7402. Look for Sons de Carrilhoes by João Pernambuco (I think his given name was João Teixeira Guimarães but he is generally known as Pernambuco).ashepps wrote:It reminds me of the Sounds of Bells by Jao Guimaraes, fingered by Sophocles Papas. This is a real zesty piece for those that have never played / learned it and not too complicated. It is in drop D and a great piece. Try and purchase this piece though as I like the arrangement. But, I think it was in a book!
No problem!smwink wrote:Didn't mean to hijack your query, just posting my personal concerns. My issue with generic file-sharing services like dropbox, box, etc. is that there is just no way of knowing what's at the other end of that link until you click it. That can be very bad.
I did give it a listen by securing things properly in a VM, but I'm afraid I don't recognize the piece.
MAC,MAK wrote:It has been a long time coming, but I believe I know what you were playing so many years ago. It is a minuet by Jean-Phillippe Rameau. It happens to be one of the pieces on a CD from a friend. It has no composers mentioned on the CD, but I was able to find the piece on line. I'll send you the link by private email. The Minuet says "(unspecified)".