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What song is this?
I can't remember this song name
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I've been playing this song as a warm up recently and can't for the life of me remember what it's called. I love this song. Can someone please tell me the name of it?

 

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minute in G   my guess

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@thekalkulator -

Minuet in G Bach

 

- Emily  Eye Alien Walking Caterpillar Monster Emoticons

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@ABitRusty -

Oops, didn't see your post in time - you won! 

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This is fun - maybe I'll win next time! 

- Emily

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THIS IS THE ONE

 

thank you kindly

@ABitRusty @ELCBK 

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I saw that you got the answer. 😁

"The richest person is not the one who has the most,
but the one who needs the least."

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In Oldies music, Lover's Concerto. How gentle is the rain bump bump, That falls gently on the meadow bump bump. dah   la di da di da   la di da di da   la di da di da ...

The Bumblebee Flies!

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@mouse thats cool!  and not speaking for kalkulator but as likely that as much as the other.  The ONLY reason I had a clue is because its in every beginner piano book on page 25.  i always got to page 27 before life got in the way.. :)   kids took over..lol.  they grown now so onto to page 28!!!!! haha

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Pretty sharp!

Like not seeing the forest for the trees! 

...now, who did Bach steal it from? 

 

Smiley Broke Apart Smiley - Emily

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Ive no idea. 

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ELCBK said

Pretty sharp!

Like not seeing the forest for the trees! 

...now, who did Bach steal it from? 

 

  

 

He neither composed it nor claimed credit for it, it turns out. It was attributed to Bach for centuries because it was one of a large number of short keyboard pieces found in the Anna Magdalena Bach notebook, but turns out to have been composed by his contemporary Christian Petzold. An original manuscript by Petzold was discovered in the 1970s.

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BTW, misattribution used to be quite common, and was mostly done by publishers who would attribute an obscure piece to a famous composer in order to try to sell more copies.

Another notable example is Brahms's "Variations on a Theme by Haydn." The theme was an obscure piece titled "Chorale St. Antoni" that had been published as Haydn's, but it turns out to have been spuriously attributed to Haydn and was probably (but not proven to be) composed by Ignaz Pleyel. Today, the Brahms piece is often referred to as the "St. Anthony Variations" instead.

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did not know any of that.  makes sense its in alot of piano books then I guess.  

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Sacrilegious! (lol)

Annoyed And Bored Smiley

Great info - extremely interesting, Andrew! 

 

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It's an interesting thread possibility.

Two more examples of misattribution/forgery are the Haydn/Hoffstetter

(err, bizarre visual - I guess I'd better watch it all the way through to make sure it doesn't get risqué, lol!)

And the famous Albinoni Adagio: -

The history of it is fascinating: -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.....in_G_minor
I would guess that on balance the likelihood is that there was a fragment but it was stolen and Giazotto didn't want to pay up. Otherwise it would be pretty good for a one-hit wonder.

For what it's worth, which is little
"However, a discovery by musicologist Muska Mangano, Giazotto's last assistant before his death, has cast some doubt on that belief. Among Giazotto's papers, Mangano discovered a modern but independent manuscript transcription of the figured bass portion, and six fragmentary bars of the first violin, "bearing in the top right-hand corner a stamp stating unequivocally the Dresden provenance of the original from which it was taken". This provides support for Giazotto's account that he did base his composition on an earlier source."

Andrew

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🤔... wondering if it's easier or harder nowadays for people to uncover the truth?

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Err, easier on the one hand, and harder on the other because there's so much more untruth concealing the truth. There are also psychological pressures and costs of many kinds involved in uncovering more sensitive truths.

Does that answer your question? coffee1

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