"The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras was released on November 21, 2023. The duration of The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March is about two minutes long, specifically at 2:31. This song does not appear to have any foul language. The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March's duration is considered a little bit shorter than the average duration of a typical track. This song is part of Winter Classical by Various Artists. The song's track number on the album is #3 out of 91 tracks. Based on our data, United States was the country where this track was produced or recorded. The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March is unknown right now. In our opinion, the overall tone is not very danceable and projects negative sounds, such as being sad, depressed, or angry.
Since The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras has a tempo of 80 beats per a minute, the tempo markings of this song would be Andante (at a walking pace). With The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14, Act I Scene 2: March being at 80 BPM, the half-time would be 40 BPM with a double-time of 160 BPM.In addition, we consider the tempo speed to be pretty slow for this song. The time signature for this track is 4/4.
This song has a musical key of C Minor. Which also means that the camelot key for this song is 5A. So, the perfect camelot match for 5A would be either 5A or 4B. While, a low energy boost can consist of either 5B or 6A. For moderate energy boost, you would use 2A and a high energy boost can either be 7A or 12A. However, if you are looking for a low energy drop, finding a song with a camelot key of 4A would be a great choice. Where 8A would give you a moderate drop, and 3A or 10A would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 8B allows you to change the mood.
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