"Mazurka No. 41 in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3: Allegretto" by Frédéric Chopin, Adam Harasiewicz was released on November 21, 2023. The duration of Mazurka No. 41 in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3: Allegretto is about two minutes long, specifically at 2:17. This song does not appear to have any foul language. Mazurka No. 41 in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3: Allegretto's duration is considered a little bit shorter than the average duration of a typical track. The song is number 75 out of 76 in A Piano Recital: Frederic Chopin by Frédéric Chopin. Going off of the ISRC code of this track, we detected that the origin of this track is from Germany. Mazurka No. 41 in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3: Allegretto is below average in popularity right now. In our opinion, the overall tone is not very danceable and projects negative sounds, such as being sad, depressed, or angry.
The tempo marking of Mazurka No. 41 in C-Sharp Minor Op. 63 No. 3: Allegretto by Frédéric Chopin, Adam Harasiewicz is Adagio (slowly with great expression), since this song has a tempo of 70 BPM. With that information, we can conclude that the song has a slow tempo. The time signature for this track is 3/4.
D♭ Major is the music key of this track. This also means that this song has a camelot key of 3B. So, the perfect camelot match for 3B would be either 3B or 4A. While, 4B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 12B and a high energy boost can either be 5B or 10B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 3A or 2B will give you a low energy drop, 6B would be a moderate one, and 1B or 8B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 12A allows you to change the mood.
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