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O MARIE - VIOLIN ACCORDION DUO - (by Steve Rice)  Year: 2011
Steve Rice perfect for an Italian Restaurant Scene, Cooking channel, Venice, Naples, MIlan Italian Travel sequence. Performed in the style of a strolling duo with violin and accordion. Live musicians, real instruments. This classic Neapoliton song was composed by Eduardo di Capua. aka Marie, A Marie / Oh Marie, Instrumental, European, Italy
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - European, Italy
451197 3:08 Fast 150   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: O Marie - Violin Accordion Duo
Catalog ID: 451197  ISRC: US5UL1103957
Description: perfect for an Italian Restaurant Scene, Cooking channel, Venice, Naples, MIlan Italian Travel sequence. Performed in the style of a strolling duo with violin and accordion. Live musicians, real instruments. This classic Neapoliton song was composed by Eduardo di Capua. aka Marie, A Marie / Oh Marie

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Artist or Group: Steve Rice

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    European Music
       Italian music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:08   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 150
   Arrangement: Duo / Duet
   Instruments: Accordion, Violin
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Beautiful, Delicate, Dreamy, Elegant, Erotic, Flowing, Graceful, Light, Longing, Nostalgic, Romantic, Sad, Sensitive, Simple, Soft, Solemn, Tender, Thoughtful, Warm, Whimsical

Styles: Cooking Show, Dance / Waltz, Documentary, Gypsy, History, Restaurant, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Passion, Sidewalk Café, Travel Channel

Regions: Italy

Cross-Reference Genres:
O Marie - Violin Accordion Duo
   Classical Music
      Classical | 20th Century (period: 1900 - 2000)

Extended Keywords: expressive virtuoso classical late romantic

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