Pete Bax
MERMAIDS AND DOLPHINS WALTZ
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 495670   Duration: 2:37   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 165   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Corporate and Motivational Music | Corporate World Music
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Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 – June 3, 1899), also known as Johann Baptist Strauss or Johann Strauss, Jr., the Younger, or the Son, was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. This is dedicated to him and I hope captures the mermaids and dolphins.   Keywords: mythical sea river ocean creature mermaid dolphin mammal ballet Vienna Viennese waltz German Austrian Danube dreamy



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Keywords: The lives of the Strauss dynasty members and their world-renowned craft of composing Viennese waltzes are also briefly documented in several television adaptations, such as The Strauss Family (1972), The Strauss Dynasty (1991) and Strauss, the King of 3/4 Time (1995). Many other films used his works and melodies, and several films have been based upon the life of the musician, the most famous of which is called The Great Waltz (1938). Alfred Hitchcock made a low-budget biographical film of Strauss in 1933 called Waltzes from Vienna. After a trip to Vienna, Walt Disney was inspired to create four feature films. One of those was The Waltz King, a loosely adapted biopic of Johann Strauss, which aired as part of the Wonderful World of Disney in the U.S. in 1963. Many film companies are now looking for waltzes and Disney's Fantasia the greatest musical film ever was named after a Strauss waltz this is my dedication to the Kings of the waltz.
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