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There are multiple misconceptions in your "workflow", so let me try to explain them one by one: You've copied the files to your device and placed them into a directory. Once that was done, Android's MediaScanner found them and added them to its "library" I've never heard they are added to the Music folder, so that might be something specific here. They ...
No, there isn't a stock file manager. Viewing the SD card's directory layout is a very desktop-PC, old-fashioned way to do things, and most phone users don't have a need for it, so there isn't a default file manager in vanilla Android. Media files on the SD card are automatically scanned by the OS so they can be found by the apps that support them, so just ...
It is actually in /data/data/com.google.android.music/files/music You might need root to access this. The songs are titled just by numbers so it might be a pain to find the right ones. This is from a Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 rooted stock ROM NAE Android 4.4.2.
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