Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) by Paul O'Dette

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Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) by Paul O'Dette Information

This song is track #1 in Robin Is To The Greenwood Gone - Elizabethan Lute Music by Paul O'Dette, which has a total of 7 tracks. The duration of this track is 5:40 and was released on November 22, 2005. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. Unfortunately, some songs are not meant to be danced and Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) might be one of them, due to it's low energy and danceability.

Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) BPM

Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) has a BPM of 124. Since this track has a tempo of 124, the tempo markings of this song would be Allegro (fast, quick, and bright). Based on the tempo, this track could possibly be a great song to play while you are walking. Overall, we believe that this song has a fast tempo.

Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) Key

The key of Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610) is F♯ Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 2B. So, the perfect camelot match for 2B would be either 2B or 3A. While, 3B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 11B and a high energy boost can either be 4B or 9B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 2A or 1B will give you a low energy drop, 5B would be a moderate one, and 12B or 7B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 11A allows you to change the mood.

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