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Lainsa 
Posted: 23-Nov-2009, 05:08 AM
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Good morning smile.gif

I'm writing here today to ask for help, I really need to identify a piece of music I have recorded, I really really really like it and need to get it!!
It sounds like classical music but I've asked to experts in classical music and most of them told me that most likely it's celtic music or a performance of an irish piece.
So here I am, with my fingers crossed hoping that somebody could identify it.
I heard it in St. Patrick Cathedral on October 8th 2009. That morning this lovely music was played by a duo, by a violin (a woman) and by a piano (a man) inside the cathedral. Everybody was recording the play (it was completely allowed) but I only had my mobile telephone and only could do it for a minute or so. I'm absolutely in love with this music and have to find it! It's been really difficult so far, I even wrote twice to St.Patrick Cathedral but unfortunately they never replied.

The quality and sound is bad as it was recorded with my mobile. If someone could give me a clue about either author or way to search, it would be absolutely fantastic.
Thanks a lot in advance.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QhC3bUY00c

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Lainsa 
Posted: 24-Nov-2009, 04:50 PM
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Oops...34 views and nobody knows it yet...I've the terrible feeling that will never find it...crybaby.gif
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Posted: 24-Nov-2009, 07:34 PM
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It's a beautiful piece. I wish I could help but no luck with me. It does sound slightly familiar. Will keep it in mind when listening.


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Posted: 24-Nov-2009, 09:41 PM
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Hi Lainsa this sounds familiar to me as well. I'll keep listening may be it will kick in. I would think someone here should know this. I really hope you find your answer.

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Posted: 26-Nov-2009, 04:43 AM
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Thanks very much guys smile.gif At least it sounds a bit familiar for you...Ok I'll keep waiting till someone reconise it...Why the hell didn't I ask them after the concert??? I guess I was too soppy to think clearly due to my imminent definitive leaving from Dublin tongue.gif
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