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J. S. BACH, TWO PART INVENTION NO. 8 IN F MAJOR - (by Daniel Fletcher)  Year: 1720
Daniel Fletcher This two part invention in F Major is a contrapuntal piece centered on positive energy and excitement. Could be used to promote health based products, exercise and disciplined activities. Performed on a well-tuned acoustic piano, Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Johann Sebastian Bach
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Classical, Baroque  
492274 1:04 Medium 105   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: J. S. Bach, Two Part Invention No. 8 in F Major
Catalog ID: 492274  ISRC: US5UL1142460
Description: This two part invention in F Major is a contrapuntal piece centered on positive energy and excitement. Could be used to promote health based products, exercise and disciplined activities. Performed on a well-tuned acoustic piano

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Artist or Group: Daniel Fletcher

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Classical Music
       Classical | Baroque (period: 1600 - 1750)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:04   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105
   Arrangement: Solo
   Instruments: Piano
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Aggressive, Animated, Bouncy, Buoyant, Carefree, Celebratory, Cheerful, Easy, Excited, Fast, Fun, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Joyful, Jumpy, Optimistic, Playful, Rhythmic, Stimulating

Styles: Chase Scene, Circus, Classical / Prelude, Film Instrumental, High Tech, Phone On-Hold, School / Education, Sidewalk Café, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: contrapuntal two voices intelligent complex solo piano historical powdered wigs high art harpsichord 18th century eighteenth century sounds like Scarlatti sounds like Handel

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