Who can identify THIS SONG?!

Posted by: Bonju

Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 07:10 PM

Hello!

Could someone PLEASE help me identify what this song is.. i learned the beginning part of it a long time ago from a friend.
Unfortunately, he does not know what it is called or who it is composed by. ANY suggestions might help.



Thank you!!
Posted by: Carion

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 07:10 PM

Private video?
Posted by: Bonju

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 07:15 PM

Sorry! Try again smile
Posted by: Carion

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 07:15 PM

Hmm, it sounds kind of familiar but just slightly....Can't name any song

Posted by: Works1

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 08:22 PM

Sounds like a take off on the song "River Flows In You" by Yiruma.
Posted by: Derulux

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 09:48 PM

Definitely sounds like an improvisation.. I would second Works1's quote.
Posted by: Morodiene

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 10:05 PM

I don't hear any words. Are you sure this is a song? :P
Posted by: tomasino

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 10:53 PM

I dunno about the song, but it's a nice picture of a piano keyboard.

Tomasino
Posted by: LoPresti

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/28/12 11:46 PM

Originally Posted By: Morodiene
I don't hear any words. Are you sure this is a song? :P

Of course it is a song! It is a song my dear old grandmother used to hum to me at bedtime -- or perhaps it could have been my mother, yodeling while disciplining me -- or maybe it was my ex-wife, swooning. Wait! The mailman used to whistle this song when he was making his rounds.

Anyway, Morodiene, the "song part" starts after that melodious and intriguing introduction . . . . .

(I hope I win!)
Ed
Posted by: wr

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/29/12 01:19 AM

Originally Posted By: LoPresti
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
I don't hear any words. Are you sure this is a song? :P

Of course it is a song! It is a song my dear old grandmother used to hum to me at bedtime -- or perhaps it could have been my mother, yodeling while disciplining me -- or maybe it was my ex-wife, swooning. Wait! The mailman used to whistle this song when he was making his rounds.

Anyway, Morodiene, the "song part" starts after that melodious and intriguing introduction . . . . .

(I hope I win!)
Ed


AFAIK, if you remove the words from a song, what is left is a tune or a melody.
Posted by: Dave Horne

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/29/12 04:34 AM

New Age\diatonic meanderings. Boy this s h i t gets old.
Posted by: carey

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/29/12 09:32 AM

Originally Posted By: Dave Horne
New Age\diatonic meanderings. Boy this s h i t gets old.

You hit the nail on the head !! thumb
Posted by: LoPresti

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/29/12 11:20 AM

Originally Posted By: Dave Horne
New Age\diatonic meanderings.

Thank you, Dave! I finally remember now - that's where I heard it!
Posted by: Bonju

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/30/12 08:47 AM

I'm confused lol ... that doesn't sounds like a name for the "song"
Posted by: boo1234

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/30/12 10:32 AM

the beginning sounds like handel's famous passacaglia
Posted by: mirindaisy

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/30/12 11:08 AM

Try Shazam to identify song. There are other ways too. http://darktips.com/find-out-song-name-youtube/
Posted by: LoPresti

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/30/12 12:11 PM

Originally Posted By: mirindaisy
Try Shazam to identify song.

Very helpful tip. Soooo - were you able to use this wonderful tool to identify the "song" in question?

(This thread is getting better all the time!)

By the way, mirindaisy, welcome to the forums.
Ed
Posted by: carey

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 11/30/12 12:38 PM

Originally Posted By: boo1234
the beginning sounds like handel's famous passacaglia

grin ha
Posted by: Bonju

Re: Who can identify THIS SONG?! - 12/01/12 02:23 AM

I tried Shazam, unfortunately it doesn't work.