Identify Musical Ideas
A begins 00:01 ends 00:15
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B begins 00:30 ends 00:44
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This piece is Maha de Carnival by Sigma and Bonfa.
There are many musical ideas.
With different sections:
It starts out with a simple theme.
The around 1:19 it becomes more powerful with a saxophone solo which ends around 2:18
2:19 piano solo, high regist
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