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    Not a TA-DAAAH but definitely the best DAAAH that I know of: the beginning of Beethovens 5th piano concerto. And if you listen closely you'll here one or two funny guys in the orchestra playing it as a TA-DAAAH.

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    Ta-daaah seems to work best as the root, can be applied to the 3rd, but doesn't translate as the 5th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rice View Post
    umm...not really
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    I think he meant no.6?
    there are 3 ta-daahs right before that

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammeredklavier View Post
    there are 3 ta-daahs right before that

    10:00
    Yes I know those chords I often play this piece.
    Don't think those count.

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    What is the origin of Ta-daah? It might be traced back to a Gregorian chant tune.

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    The end of Berlioz's March to the Scaffold from the Symphonie Fantastique Ta-Das you to death. Which I guess it's supposed to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manxfeeder View Post
    The end of Berlioz's March to the Scaffold from the Symphonie Fantastique Ta-Das you to death. Which I guess it's supposed to do.
    Funny thing. Till Eulenspiegel's neck-stretching is introduced with some great ta-das.


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    Hammerklavier, opening thereof:

    Ta-Ta-Daah-Tiddle-om-pom (repeat)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Fairlea View Post

    Ta-Ta-Daah-Tiddle-om-pom (repeat)
    Oh, shucks, I'm going to have a hard time hearing that from now on without giggling.

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    I was listening to Terry Riley's "In C" and suddenly it sounded like a series of short ta-dahs...ta dah, ta dah, ta dah, ta dah, etc.

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    Only ending I can think of that hasn't mentioned already is The Moldau, and perhaps Rite of Spring? Maybe not exatly ta-dahs, because both sounds in those pieces are of equal duration.

    I can think of several openings, though: Barber of Seville overture is an obvious one, Finlandia is basically a reversed one (daaah-ta), the last movement of Capriccio Espagnol a triple one (tatataDAAAH)
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