Eureka! Now I know what that song is.

music notes - music notes of ode to joy
@Jemina (5783)
January 28, 2008 12:31am CST
About last week I was browsing at the cd store when I saw classical music by Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. II couldn't decide which cd to by coz I love them all but I had only a budget for one. Since I wanted one for lullaby I picked Bach. I got home and listened to the songs and VOILA! I heard that song I had been wanting to hear fro so long, and not only that I also got the title. For more information please go to the link: http://ww2.yuwie.com/blog/entry.asp?id=12728&eid=237781
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@MsTickle (24994)
• Australia
29 Jan 08
I'm sorry but I don't even like to visit Yuwie...lol. I know the feeling of deciding you will shout yourself a cd. Finding 3 you love and not being able to choose and then finally choosing one and getting home to find some brilliant music on the cd you chose. I love classical music and I'm slowly learning what I like and what I like more.My favourite is Debussy and my favourite musical era is the Baroque era.
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@Jemina (5783)
30 Jan 08
Well, about a year ago I posted a question here on mylot asking the title of the song from the movie "I am Sam" but nobody could tell me. And since you're not viewing my blog the title of the song is "Sheep May Safely Graze.." I had been wanting to play this song for a long time but it's impossible to find the score if you don't know the title and I'm just so happy I've found it now. Here's my post last year: http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/841261.aspx
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@palawena (44)
• Philippines
12 Mar 08
That's great. You're so lucky. You know sometimes we find what we are looking for when we stop looking for it. This is one of life's surprises.
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@Jemina (5783)
12 Mar 08
You're right, we find what we are looking for when we stopped looking for it. Welcome to mylot.
@Asylum (48223)
• Manchester, England
12 Mar 08
I do not know this song, so I doubt if I would recognise the music either. Nevertheless, I certainly know the frustration of trying to place a piece of music. The television adverts tend to be the favourite source of this for me, because they often use classical or operatic extracts which i recognise but never last long enough to identify them. It can be difficult when a new advert plays a short piece of music, but before you place it the next advert starts and a different piece of music breaks your mental continuity.
@Jemina (5783)
12 Mar 08
Do you like Mozart? He composed that song I was referring to "Sheep may Safely Graze from the Hut" I am not a professional musician so when I hear an extract in the adverts I won't be able to recognize it even if I play it over and over.