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LANAGAN'S BALL - (by Jeremy Sherman)  Year: 2007
Jeremy Sherman Traditional Irish/Celtic music piece featuring Irish flute, soft pad and guitar. This piece starts slowly and shifts to a faster section later on. European, Scotland
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - European, Scotland
268820 4:11 Medium 117   
60sec (60-secs version) - European, Scotland
268818 1:06 Medium 117   
Loop (Loop) - European, Scotland
268819 0:26 Medium 110   
30sec (30-secs version) - European, Ireland
268817 0:35 Medium 117   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Lanagan's Ball
Catalog ID: 268820  ISRC: US5UL0717508
Description: Traditional Irish/Celtic music piece featuring Irish flute, soft pad and guitar. This piece starts slowly and shifts to a faster section later on.

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Artist or Group: Jeremy Sherman

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Keywords: Ireland Celtic Irish Music Scotland Scottish Music Medieval Medievil Midevil Inn Pub Dublin Celebration St. Patrick's Day Party St Paddy's Festivities Family

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    European Music
       UK / Scottish (Celtic) music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 4:11   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 117
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Flute
   Vocal Mix: N/A
   Language:
Moods: Animated, Bittersweet, Bold, Brave, Bright, Carefree, Careful, Cheeky, Cheerful, Delicate, Elegant, Emotional, Flirtatious, Freaky, Friendly, Frisky, Fun, Graceful, Joyful, Light, Lively, Playful

Styles: Backwoods / Folksy, Ballad, Club / Bar / Lounge, Documentary, Drama / 20-Something, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Drama / Tweens & Teens, Dramatic Soundtrack, Entertainment, Family / Teen, Film Theme Song, Romantic New Love, Saint Patrick's Day, Section / Credits, Section / Opening, Time-lapse, TV Theme Song, Worldbeat

Regions: Ireland

Cross-Reference Genres:
Lanagan's Ball
   European Music
      UK / Irish (Gaelic) music

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