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Dance to the danger of the chaos – look on the eye of your partner, the beloved; you know, now everything is going to be alright!
Cheerful and merry waltz, with a simple to follow and engaging melody which will guide the listener through the history of romance, danger, emotion, passion and of course hearts opening and happiness.
Easy for spaces like partners meeting in a moment of unique heightened happiness, successful encounter and wavering harmony.
Many hours of work have been put on these strings, the piano follows along threading the construction blocks on which the entire theme stands on, with persuasive nuances for the dancers to enjoy and express freely.
Main instruments are chamber strings, and a piano. Also including horns and timpani.
Dance to the waltz of life, Dance your own Dance!
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Release date: Mar 6, 2013