Puzzler for May 4, 2005 Pianist and composer Bruce Adolphe returns with a classical twist to the "name that tune" game. He rewrites a popular melody in the style of a classical composer and challenges a listener -- teamed with NPR's Fred Child -- to identify both. This week's contestant is Tom Walters of Richmond, Vermont.
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Puzzler for May 4, 2005

Puzzler for May 4, 2005

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Pianist and composer Bruce Adolphe returns with a classical twist to the "name that tune" game. He re-writes a popular melody in the style of a classical composer and challenges a listener — teamed with NPR's Fred Child — to identify both. This week's contestant is Tom Walters of Richmond, Vermont.

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