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Jon Blakeney
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Hi fellow cups n Balls lovers.
I was having another look at my Micheal Ammar cups and balls videos (yes vidieos)vol 1 and 2 the other day ,and I realised how much I loved the music that he chose to use on these videos.
I just have to get a copy of these tracks but I do not know who the composer is.I have tryed to get a responce from Mr Ammar via email some time ago,but alas no reply on my question.I can not spot any clues in the credits or on the video cases.
Please if someone here can help with the composer and the names of the movements ect,I am begining my journey into classical music and my limited knowledge on the subject says it may be Vivaldi,but I am just guesing.
Any help would be great ,Thanks in advance.
Jon.
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I don't have the tapes, but if you are thinking Vivaldi...I'm thinking Vivaldi's "Four Seasons".

Just a guess.
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Hi Stanyon,I thought it might have been that but after borrowing the Four seasons from my local libray sadly it was not.
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I seem to recall it is by J.S. Bach, but I'll have to dig it out and check for you. Possibly concerto for 3 violins in D major. I'll check.
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Play the musical section on the DVD, run the Shazam app on your smart phone, let it listen. I'm sure it'll recognize a classic.
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Thanks for the reply's gents.
After reading your posts I had an idea to search I tunes,as you get 30 second samples of songs .
I started with Bach,no luck ,so I switched to Vivaldi over a hundred samples later BINGO THERE IT WAS!
$1.69 was the price to pay for my copy of Vivaldi's concerto for lute and two violins in D .RV.93111 ALEGRO.
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Just out of curiosity, did you try Shazam?
I never tried it with the classics.
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Jon Blakeney
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Hi Ihop,no I didn't as I only have an I pod.
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Hi Jon, if you have any smart phone (or know someone who does), you can use Shazam Smile
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On 2013-12-15 18:46, Jon Blakeney wrote:
Thanks for the reply's gents.
After reading your posts I had an idea to search I tunes,as you get 30 second samples of songs .
I started with Bach,no luck ,so I switched to Vivaldi over a hundred samples later BINGO THERE IT WAS!
$1.69 was the price to pay for my copy of Vivaldi's concerto for lute and two violins in D .RV.93111 ALEGRO.
SWEET.


Great, Jon! Sorry to have thrown you a red herring!
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I plan to use it for the outro in my stand up show.
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