Arrrg! What`s this melody from?

Arrrg! What`s this melody from?

    
Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    04:24 on Wednesday, November 08, 2006          

Account Closed
(2 points)
Posted by Account Closed

This is probably a bit bizarre for a first post, nevertheless;

I've got a link to a melody that sounds very familiar to me. It's been killing me for weeks now! I'm sure I've seen it in a film somewhere and I'd love to find out who composed it, I hope somebody can help:

http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Labyrinth/9456/al.mid


Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    19:52 on Thursday, November 09, 2006          

Account Closed
(904 points)
Posted by Account Closed

I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!! It's "Funeral March of a Marionette" by Charles Gounod. We played a little bit of this for our Halloween concert, and I learned the first part for piano. A truly amazing piece, and if I may add, a good one to get stuck in your head.


Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    03:36 on Friday, November 10, 2006          

Account Closed
(2 points)
Posted by Account Closed

Heh, I know the feeling, thank you so much for the info.



Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    19:58 on Monday, December 11, 2006          

crash
(6 points)
Posted by crash

no fair!a halloween concert?
grrrrr.
all i get is christmas and spring concerts!


Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    07:57 on Thursday, January 18, 2007          

sorcerer
(4 points)
Posted by sorcerer

It was used in the 50s and 60s as the theme for the TV show Alfred Hitchcock Presents


Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    17:18 on Sunday, April 29, 2007          

SimpsonSaxGal
(112 points)
Posted by SimpsonSaxGal

argh! the clip didn't end at a PAC! sorry, I'm one of those crazy music majors.


Re: Arrrg! What`s this melody from?    00:42 on Thursday, June 21, 2007          

emmanicole
(9 points)
Posted by emmanicole

PAC - That's Perfect Authentic Cadence for those who don't know what SimpsonSaxGirl is talking about


   




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