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    Identification of extract

    Hi all,
    I found this particular extract on YouTube which I am fairly certain is from opera. I don't know which piece it is from, however. I was hoping someone here could help me identify it.

    It was apparently played in the Vienna State Opera on the 14th of March 2013 and the extract was recorded from what looks to be the third horn player's position.

    This is the link: https://youtu.be/xM9UOVGyw0M?t=328
    Timestamp: 5:28

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeol22 View Post
    Hi all,
    I found this particular extract on YouTube which I am fairly certain is from opera. I don't know which piece it is from, however. I was hoping someone here could help me identify it.

    It was apparently played in the Vienna State Opera on the 14th of March 2013 and the extract was recorded from what looks to be the third horn player's position.

    This is the link: https://youtu.be/xM9UOVGyw0M?t=328
    Timestamp: 5:28

    Thanks.
    I have no idea what that is. Perhaps you can ask in the comments below the video on You Tube.

    Oh, and welcome to the site!
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    Not ringing a bell here, either. Sorry.

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    I don't know, and I'm likely off by a million miles, but it sounds a bit like it might have come from Tannhäuser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoffmann View Post
    I don't know, and I'm likely off by a million miles, but it sounds a bit like it might have come from Tannhäuser.
    I've just checked the horn parts for Tannhauser and it doesn't seem to be it. I could see where you're coming from though.

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