January 1, 1996
Audio information that is featured on Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra No. 2: I. by Lee Hyla, Aleck Karis, William Purvis.
Find songs that harmonically matches to Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra No. 2: I. by Lee Hyla, Aleck Karis, William Purvis. Listed below are tracks with similar keys and BPM to the track where the track can be harmonically mixed.
|Eleven Instrusions III: The Rose||Harry Partch, Donald Pippin, Bill Snead, Betty Johnston, Ben Johnston||D Minor||1||7A||50|
|Requiem for the GDR - From "Sunset on Left"||Tibor Szemző||D Minor||1||7A||175|
|The Seasons: 2. Winter||John Cage, Herbert Henck||D Minor||0||7A||78|
|a cloud on a leaf||Ben Goldberg, Carla Kihlstedt, Tin Hat||D Minor||1||7A||119|
|Cadenza on the Night Plain: Tuning to Rolling Thunder||Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet||D Minor||2||7A||113|
|Drum Sketch No. 1||Susie Ibarra||D Minor||1||7A||115|
|As If Someone Were Being Escorted||Tibor Szemző||D Minor||0||7A||170|
|In A Landscape||John Cage, Sarah Rothenberg||D Minor||0||7A||72|
|Alone||Ayelet Rose Gottlieb, James Falzone, Michael Winograd, François Houle||D Minor||0||7A||75|
|Music for the Gift: Part 2||Terry Riley||D Minor||4||7A||81|
|Let's Go Out And Dance||Tibor Szemző||D Minor||2||7A||82|
|In A Landscape||John Cage, Francesco Tristano||D Minor||0||7A||78|
|Cadenza on the Night Plain: Cadenza: Violin I||Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet||D Minor||0||7A||101|
|In A Landscape||John Cage, Herbert Henck||D Minor||0||7A||66|
|The Seasons: 4. Spring||John Cage, Herbert Henck||D Minor||0||7A||118|
|The Seasons: 6. Summer||John Cage, Herbert Henck||D Minor||0||7A||106|
|Six Melodies - performed on Violin and Harp: No.4 (without indication)||John Cage, Gidon Kremer, Naoko Yoshino||D Minor||1||7A||149|
|Journey From The Death Of A Friend||Terry Riley||D Minor||3||7A||94|
|In a Landscape "The Smallest Room"||John Cage, Ezio Bosso||D Minor||0||7A||120|
|In a Landscape (1948)||John Cage, Stephen Drury||D Minor||0||7A||72|
|Six Melodies - performed on Violin and Harp: No.1 Rubato||John Cage, Gidon Kremer, Naoko Yoshino||D Minor||0||7A||113|
|The Manufacturer of Tangled Ivory||Annie Gosfield, Bang On A Can All-Stars, Maya Beiser, Robert Black, Lisa Moore, Steven Schick, Mark Stewart, Evan Ziporyn||F Major||7||7B||149|
|String Quartet in Four Parts: Slowly Rocking||John Cage, JACK Quartet||F Major||0||7B||124|
|Ruins||Tibor Szemző||F Major||0||7B||74|
|Win Win||Erik Friedlander||F Major||1||7B||65|
|Canti Illuminati: Canti Illuminati I||Alvin Curran||F Major||5||7B||108|
|In C: I. Part 1||Terry Riley, Jeroen van Veen||F Major||3||7B||120|
|4'33''||John Cage||F Major||0||7B||55|
|Luciform||Mario Diaz de Leon, Claire Chase||F Major||3||7B||127|
|Black Phebe||Erik Friedlander||F Major||2||7B||124|
|Terry Riley: Sun Rings: Hero Danger||Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet||F Major||2||7B||160|
|Apartment House 1776: Harmony No. 6, Psalm 17||John Cage, Arditti Quartet||F Major||0||7B||98|
|Four2||John Cage, Latvian Radio Choir, Kaspars Putniņš, Sigvards Kļava||F Major||0||7B||61|
|The Seasons: Summer||John Cage, Stephen Drury||F Major||0||7B||79|
|Four of One of Another||Mary Ellen Childs||F Major||0||7B||138|
This song is track #7 in Lee Hyla: We Speak Etruscan by Lee Hyla, Aleck Karis, William Purvis, which has a total of 10 tracks. The duration of this track is 8:56 and was released on January 1, 1996. 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 Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra No. 2: I. might be one of them, due to it's low energy and danceability.
Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra No. 2: I. has a BPM of 78. Since this track has a tempo of 78, the tempo markings of this song would be Andante (at a walking pace). Overall, we believe that this song has a slow tempo.
The key of Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra No. 2: I. is D Minor. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 7A. So, the perfect camelot match for 7A would be either 7A or 6B. While, a low energy boost can consist of either 7B or 8A. For moderate energy boost, you would use 4A and a high energy boost can either be 9A or 2A. However, if you are looking for a low energy drop, finding a song with a camelot key of 6A would be a great choice. Where 10A would give you a moderate drop, and 5A or 12A would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 10B allows you to change the mood.
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