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    Default Can you identify this exact piece by Schubert?

    I'm certain it's Schubert, but I've lost the name and number of this piano piece. I think it's an impromptu, or an intermezzo, no.1 maybe? But it might be named something else. I'll write out the melody since that's all I remember. It's very short, maybe 2-3 min. long?

    Tempo: Slow
    4/4 time
    E E-E C C| B B-B F(F)|
    1 2 + 3 4 | 1 2 + 3(4)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huilunsoittaja View Post
    I'm certain it's Schubert, but I've lost the name and number of this piano piece. I think it's an impromptu, or an intermezzo, no.1 maybe? But it might be named something else. I'll write out the melody since that's all I remember. It's very short, maybe 2-3 min. long?

    Tempo: Slow
    4/4 time
    E E-E C C| B B-B F(F)|
    1 2 + 3 4 | 1 2 + 3(4)
    This one, maybe?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YFX-XQLToE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huilunsoittaja View Post
    I'm certain it's Schubert, but I've lost the name and number of this piano piece. I think it's an impromptu, or an intermezzo, no.1 maybe? But it might be named something else. I'll write out the melody since that's all I remember. It's very short, maybe 2-3 min. long?

    Tempo: Slow
    4/4 time
    E E-E C C| B B-B F(F)|
    1 2 + 3 4 | 1 2 + 3(4)
    Seems like a mighty inefficient way of finding out the identity of this piece, when all you have to do is go to Amazon (or some other place like it) and play the various the impromptus. It's so easy to do. Schubert didn't write any "intermezzos" as anyone could easily find out. I just dunno why people ask such a load of questions like this for which there are far better sources of info elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TresPicos View Post
    YES! That's it! Thank you so much! I thought it could have been an impromptu, just wasn't sure which.

    I guess I got the key wrong, C major was what I imagined it to be... haha!
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