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BOATMANS WALTZ A BARCAROLE - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2012
Pete Bax This was written for boating style programmes every one loves messing about in boats and the waltz captures the wind the waves and the boat, three four time. This can be used for cartoons, films, sports, ringtones, the inspiration for this is a Barcarole or boating song that fits into today classic, Instrumental, Sports, Sports Electro-Orchestral
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Bed - Sports, Sports Electro-Orchestral  
544249 0:49 Medium 107   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Boatmans Waltz a Barcarole
Catalog ID: 544249  ISRC: US5UL1229171
Description: This was written for boating style programmes every one loves messing about in boats and the waltz captures the wind the waves and the boat, three four time. This can be used for cartoons, films, sports, ringtones, the inspiration for this is a Barcarole or boating song that fits into today classic

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: aquatic boating cruising deep-sea marine maritime navigating ocean going oceanic pelagic rowing sailing sea-loving seafaring seagoing classical yachting

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       Sports Network TV | Electro-Orchestral
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:49   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 107
   Arrangement: Quartet
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Electic Piano, Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Atmospheric, Dramatic, Flowing, Fun, Graceful, Happy, Inspiring, Intelligent, Jolly, Lively, Mellow, Nostalgic, Pulsating, Relaxing, Retro, Rhythmic, Sincere, Sophisticated, Swirling, Uplifting

Styles: Action Adventure, Action Thriller, Cartoon, Corporate, Entertainment, Film Instrumental, Sports / Olympics, TV Instrumental, Video Games, Waterworld

Extended Keywords: Other barcaroles include: the three "Venetian Gondola Songs" from Mendelssohn's Songs without Words, Opp. 19, 30 and 62; the "June" barcarole from Tchaikovsky's The Seasons; Charles-Valentin Alkan's barcarole from the Op. 65 Troisième recueil de chants; Béla Bartók's "Barcarolla" from Out of Doors; several examples by Anton Rubinstein, Mily Balakirev, Alexander Glazunov, Edward MacDowell, and Ethelbert Nevin; and the collection of thirteen for solo piano by Gabriel Fauré.

In the 20th century, examples include: Agustín Barrios's Julia Florida; the second movement of Villa-Lobos's Trio No. 2 (1915) (which contains a Berceuse-Barcarolla); the first movement of Francis Poulenc's Napoli Suite for solo piano (1925); George Gershwin's Dance of the Waves (1937); Ned Rorem's three Barcaroles for piano, composed in Morocco (1949); "The Kings' Barcarole" from Leonard Bernstein's Candide (1956); and "Agony" from Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods.


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