Poème, Op.25 by Ernest Chausson, Julia Fischer, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg

Song Analysis

Audio information that is featured on Poème, Op.25 by Ernest Chausson, Julia Fischer, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg.

Acousticness

94%

Energy

7%

Liveness

32%

Speechiness

4%

Danceability

15%

Instrumentalness

39%

Loudness

61%

Valence

3%

Harmonic Matches

Find songs that harmonically matches to Poème, Op.25 by Ernest Chausson, Julia Fischer, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg. 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
Poème for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 25 by Ernest Chausson, Nicola Benedetti, London Symphony Orchestra, Daniel HardingPoème for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 25Ernest Chausson, Nicola Benedetti, London Symphony Orchestra, Daniel HardingB♭ Minor13A89
Barber: Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 by Samuel Barber, Sir Simon Rattle, Berliner PhilharmonikerBarber: Adagio for Strings, Op. 11Samuel Barber, Sir Simon Rattle, Berliner PhilharmonikerB♭ Minor13A74
Poème for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 25 by Ernest Chausson, Hilary Hahn, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Mikko FranckPoème for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 25Ernest Chausson, Hilary Hahn, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Mikko FranckB♭ Minor13A92
Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber, HAUSER, Robert Ziegler, London Symphony OrchestraAdagio for StringsSamuel Barber, HAUSER, Robert Ziegler, London Symphony OrchestraB♭ Minor23A79
Poulenc: Léocadia, FP 106: Les chemins de l'amour by Francis Poulenc, Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre TharaudPoulenc: Léocadia, FP 106: Les chemins de l'amourFrancis Poulenc, Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre TharaudD♭ Major13B83
The Gadfly, Op.97: 3. Youth (Romance) by Dmitri Shostakovich, Janine Jansen, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Barry WordsworthThe Gadfly, Op.97: 3. Youth (Romance)Dmitri Shostakovich, Janine Jansen, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Barry WordsworthD♭ Major13B95
Die tote Stadt - Arr. Franz Willms: Tanzlied des Pierrot by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Nicola Benedetti, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill KarabitsDie tote Stadt - Arr. Franz Willms: Tanzlied des PierrotErich Wolfgang Korngold, Nicola Benedetti, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill KarabitsD♭ Major23B98
The Gadfly, Op97: 3. Youth (Romance) by Dmitri Shostakovich, Nicola Benedetti, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill KarabitsThe Gadfly, Op97: 3. Youth (Romance)Dmitri Shostakovich, Nicola Benedetti, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kirill KarabitsD♭ Major13B70
Romeo & Juliet, Op. 64, Act I: No. 19, Balcony Scene by Sergei Prokofiev, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin AlsopRomeo & Juliet, Op. 64, Act I: No. 19, Balcony SceneSergei Prokofiev, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin AlsopD♭ Major03B86
Les chemins de l'amour, FP 106 by Francis Poulenc, Jessye Norman, Dalton BaldwinLes chemins de l'amour, FP 106Francis Poulenc, Jessye Norman, Dalton BaldwinD♭ Major13B77

Poème, Op.25 by Ernest Chausson, Julia Fischer, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg Information

This song is track #3 in Poème by Ernest Chausson, Julia Fischer, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg, which has a total of 4 tracks. The duration of this track is 16:05 and was released on January 1, 2011. 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 Poème, Op.25 might be one of them, due to it's low energy and danceability.

Poème, Op.25 BPM

Poème, Op.25 has a BPM of 98. Since this track has a tempo of 98, the tempo markings of this song would be Andante (at a walking pace). Overall, we believe that this song has a slow tempo.

Poème, Op.25 Key

The key of Poème, Op.25 is B♭ Minor. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 3A. So, the perfect camelot match for 3A would be either 3A or 2B. While, a low energy boost can consist of either 3B or 4A. For moderate energy boost, you would use 12A and a high energy boost can either be 5A or 10A. However, if you are looking for a low energy drop, finding a song with a camelot key of 2A would be a great choice. Where 6A would give you a moderate drop, and 1A or 8A would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 6B allows you to change the mood.

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