Matthew Reid
RENAISSANCE DANCE
By: Matthew Reid
Catalog ID: 405606   Duration: 1:07   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 150   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Renaissance (Period: 1400 - 1600)
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Lively Renaissance era dance good for celebrations & tipping a pint or two. Winds & percussion. Happy and light Fanfare. Good for historical, adventure, fantasy, video games. Tavern and fair scenes, PBS cultural arts, museum opening, castle, kings, queens music Knights and Noblemen.   Keywords: Medici Court Medieval Maypole Drinking Toms Busnois Monteverdi Gabrielli Contrabass Trombone Themesong Ta Da Moment Red Carpet Hollywood Game Show News



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Long Description: Renaissance Dance, Classical Music, Renaissance Period, music for film, music for tv and stock music tracks

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