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    Posted: February 04 2016 at 10:07
I would apreciate if someone can help me identify the tune at the end of Invisible Limits of Tangerine Dream 

I noticed its the same of the one at the end of Repent Walpurgis of Procol Harum.

Is TD homaging PH or both of them are using a piecee of somene else? 

i love that ending and i would like to know if there is an original composition of it perhaps in clsical music.
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Bach....rock musicians love to take on Bach, I guess it's melodic and approachable.
I like to feel the suspense when you're certain you know I am there.....
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Thanks for the quick response. Any idea of wich bach piece are we talking about?
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i found it now thanks it was Prelude No 1 in C major
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Sorry upon further review Bachs Prelude in C minor its in middle or Repent Walpurgis, but im curios about the ending of repent walpurgis and invisible limits of TD, its more similar to a part atthe beginning of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1.

Anyway if someone ca share some light i'll apreciate it
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