Miss Brown's Fancy by Jim Butke & Merv Bell

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Harmonic Matches

Find songs that harmonically matches to Miss Brown's Fancy by Jim Butke & Merv Bell. Listed below are tracks with similar keys and BPM to the track where the track can be harmonically mixed.

Track Artist Key Energy Camelot BPM
Beginner's Light Jig 116 by Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceyBeginner's Light Jig 116Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceyG Major59B116
Starry Slip Jigs 113 by Ellery Klein & Ryan LaceyStarry Slip Jigs 113Ellery Klein & Ryan LaceyG Major79B113
Treble Reels: The Dunclarin Dozen Ceili Set by Michael FitzpatrickTreble Reels: The Dunclarin Dozen Ceili SetMichael FitzpatrickG Major99B115
Reels by Jim Butke & Merv BellReelsJim Butke & Merv BellG Major99B114
Slip Jig 1 by Dean CrouchSlip Jig 1Dean CrouchG Major79B113
Slip Jigs 2 (113) Ally Gavigan's Slip Jig by Christopher McGrorySlip Jigs 2 (113) Ally Gavigan's Slip JigChristopher McGroryG Major39B113
Slip jigs (113): The Drink Of Water by Total Irish DancingSlip jigs (113): The Drink Of WaterTotal Irish DancingG Major39B113
Open Heavy Jigs (73) by Sean SoftleyOpen Heavy Jigs (73)Sean SoftleyG Major59B73
Open Hornpipes, Pt. 2 by Gerry Conlon, Seamus O'SullivanOpen Hornpipes, Pt. 2Gerry Conlon, Seamus O'SullivanG Major49B113
Youghal Harbour (BPM 76) by Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamYoughal Harbour (BPM 76)Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamG Major29B76
Treble Jigs by Jim Butke & Merv BellTreble JigsJim Butke & Merv BellG Major79B110
Treble Jigs 73 by Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceyTreble Jigs 73Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceyG Major49B73
Amsterdam Blues by BeogaAmsterdam BluesBeogaG Major59B136
Downfall of Paris 110 by Sean SoftleyDownfall of Paris 110Sean SoftleyG Major49B110
Orange Rogue (BPM 70) by Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamOrange Rogue (BPM 70)Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamG Major39B105
Hornpipe (113): Wexford Hornpipe by Total Irish DancingHornpipe (113): Wexford HornpipeTotal Irish DancingG Major29B113
St. Patrick's Day 92 by Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceySt. Patrick's Day 92Ellery Klein, Ryan LaceyG Major59B92
Number 1 Treble Jigs 73 by Ellery Klein & Ryan LaceyNumber 1 Treble Jigs 73Ellery Klein & Ryan LaceyG Major69B73
Ryan's Air by BeogaRyan's AirBeogaG Major59B115
The Hunt (BPM 76) by Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamThe Hunt (BPM 76)Stephen Carolan, Kieran GrahamG Major29B114
Hornpipe (113): The Golden Eagle by Total Irish DancingHornpipe (113): The Golden EagleTotal Irish DancingG Major39B113
Open Slip Jigs (113) by Sean SoftleyOpen Slip Jigs (113)Sean SoftleyG Major69B113
Heavy Jig 1 by Dean CrouchHeavy Jig 1Dean CrouchG Major79B111
We Don't Have to Run by Beoga, Ryan McMullanWe Don't Have to RunBeoga, Ryan McMullanG Major89B165
Old Time Wedding Reel #1/The Preserving Reel/An Droichaid Chliut by Ellery KleinOld Time Wedding Reel #1/The Preserving Reel/An Droichaid ChliutEllery KleinG Major49B117

Miss Brown's Fancy by Jim Butke & Merv Bell Information

This song is track #10 in A Feisin' Statement by Jim Butke & Merv Bell, which has a total of 12 tracks. The duration of this track is 1:10 and was released on June 16, 1997. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. In fact, based on the song analysis, Miss Brown's Fancy is a very danceable song and should be played at your next party!

Miss Brown's Fancy BPM

Miss Brown's Fancy has a BPM of 109. Since this track has a tempo of 109, the tempo markings of this song would be Moderato (at a moderate speed). Overall, we believe that this song has a moderate tempo.

Miss Brown's Fancy Key

The key of Miss Brown's Fancy is G Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 9B. So, the perfect camelot match for 9B would be either 9B or 10A. While, 10B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 6B and a high energy boost can either be 11B or 4B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 9A or 8B will give you a low energy drop, 12B would be a moderate one, and 7B or 2B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 6A allows you to change the mood.

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