Catalog ID:546613Duration:1:37Tempo:Very FastBPM:272Vocal:Instrumental Genre:Christmas Music
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The Christmas Can Can is a modern release by Straight no Chaser and maybe Christmas no 1. My version is completely different but I would have liked their title. Mine is a danceable can can with a comedy ending thanks to Santa being canned again. I have turned part of the Can Can into Christmas bells Keywords: Christmastime Christmas Day Eve night Christmastide Noel Xmas Yule Yuletide Nativity boisterous convivial, diverting enjoyable entertaining lively merry fun
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Keywords:Many composers have written music for the cancan. The most famous music is French composer Jacques Offenbach's galop infernal in Orpheus in the Underworld (1858). Other examples occur in Franz Lehár's The Merry Widow (1905) and Cole Porter's musical play Can-Can (1954) which in turn formed the basis for the 1960 musical film Can-Can starring Frank Sinatra and Shirley MacLaine. Some other songs that have become associated with the cancan include Khachaturian's Sabre Dance and the music hall standard Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay.
The cancan has often appeared in ballet, most notably Léonide Massine's La Boutique fantasque (1919) and Gaîté Parisienne, as well as The Merry Widow. A particularly fine example can be seen at the climax of Jean Renoir's 1954 film French Cancan.
French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec produced several paintings and a large number of posters of cancan dancers.