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This is a track from a very old edition of the Listening Program, a collection of music edited by neuroscientists to help people focus better, specifically kids with neurodivergence and speaking problems. In the original high-quality version on the CD, there's a lot of shifts in the audio quality, suddenly turning to static and back, to help people focus and recognize patterns. I've already tried to use the AHA extension, but it can't identify anything in the track. The Listening Program uses a lot of other classical works, a lot of which I'd like to know the names of, but these stuck with me the most. I love how bizarre the time signature of the piece at the beginning is.
I'm hoping these happen to be popular pieces that a classical pundit is able to name in a moment, but if it isn't, I don't want to send anyone on a wild goose chase. It could be possible that this is an original composition for the program.
 

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