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#2047438 - 03/13/13 02:56 AM Identify these pieces? being driven nuts
justpin Offline
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There is a piece I remember from a long time ago.

On the left it goes

C C E G A A C E F F A C G G B D (repeat to infinity), I can't tell you what the right hand does because I'm nowhere near a piano on the fly.

There is also another one called tara pom pom pom as well. Which again off my head is E# C# E# E# E# then it goes all over the place. I see it or rather hear it in piano shops all the time. Players will walk past a piano play it quickly and walk away.

What is the actual name of these pieces?


They are basic pieces children learn how to play in a day.


Driving me nuts as to the proper names of these pieces and actual sheet music for these pieces.

Anybody offer any help?

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#2047444 - 03/13/13 03:17 AM Re: Identify these pieces? being driven nuts [Re: justpin]
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#2047555 - 03/13/13 09:51 AM Re: Identify these pieces? being driven nuts [Re: justpin]
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just a guess, but could the second one be what I've heard called the "knuckle song"? (Roll knuckles upward over the block of three black keys quickly, then hit C# twice; then roll knuckles downward, hit D# twice, etc.)
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#2047576 - 03/13/13 10:39 AM Re: Identify these pieces? being driven nuts [Re: mr_super-hunky]
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Bonza thanks!

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#2047579 - 03/13/13 10:41 AM Re: Identify these pieces? being driven nuts [Re: justpin]
justpin Offline
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Nah not knuckle song, back home had a quick play and I only know the first two bars.

So its E# C# F# E# E# E# C# F# E# E#

The left hand is completely unknown.

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