#1
It's used as in intro in Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "A Last Illusion," most commonly played with a harpsichord i believe.
Last edited by robshredsky at May 20, 2008,
#2
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#4
I looked it up and the very first bit doesn't sound classical at all. The quick chromatic bit after is reminiscent of "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Korsakov, for an orchestra.
#9
Quote by StealingSociety
It's not Mozart. It's Pachelbel's Canon In D.



hell no!!

the second bit (the lead guitar) is indeed flight of the bumblebee by nikolay rimsky korsakov
#10
^ nah, it's not. I made a hell of a mistake with Pachelbel, though... and me a piano teacher.

*facepalm @ self*