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    can you identify these 4 pieces?

    ...i can't and need help.
    thank you.

    http://paulel.angelfire.com/classical/classical.HTM
    i've uploaded a "snippit" (of the 4 pieces that i don't know the names of) on the above HTM.
    any help is greatly appreciated.

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    I'm a bit leery of downloading files from an unknown source ... especially zipped ones.

    Could you please upload them to the forum? You may have to complete additional postings on the site in order to gain enough
    space in order to do that, though.

    We have a very interesting site, and we sincerely hope that you will take the time to immerse yourself in any of the plethora of discussions we currently have going on.

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    If it helps, i've uploaded the files as WAV's.
    http://paulel.angelfire.com/classica...sical_wavs.HTM
    I do not see a button (or such) to be able to attached files to my posts.

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    2. Chopin - Etude in A minor op. 25 no. 11
    3. Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers from the Nutcracker Suite
    4. Tchaikovsky - Arabian Dance from the Nutcracker Suite

    The name of the first piece escapes me at the moment. Though, I'm sure someone else will identify it soon enough if you stick around.

    Welcome to the forum, Paul.
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    To the both of you,
    Thank you very much for your help.
    Shows how little i know about classical music. Thinking what is Tchaikovsky was Chopin.
    Hopefully someone here will be able to identify the first piece.
    Again, thank you both for your help.

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