June 10, 2016
Audio information that is featured on A Whitman Triptych: No. 2. What Is the Grass? by David Conte, Jonathan Thomas, Cappella SF, Ragnar Bohlin.
Find songs that harmonically matches to A Whitman Triptych: No. 2. What Is the Grass? by David Conte, Jonathan Thomas, Cappella SF, Ragnar Bohlin. Listed below are tracks with similar keys and BPM to the track where the track can be harmonically mixed.
|Strange Humors||John Mackey, Georgia State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Robert J. Ambrose||E♭ Major||2||5B||113|
|Sounding Strings: No. 10, Ben Dorain||Ronald Stevenson, Christopher Guild||E♭ Major||1||5B||95|
|Suite Dreams||Steven Bryant, North Texas Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon||E♭ Major||1||5B||107|
|Wind Quintet No. 2: III.||David Maslanka, Bergen Wind Quintet||E♭ Major||1||5B||94|
|《琉球幻想曲》サクソフォン四重奏のために||Yasuhide Ito, Adam||E♭ Major||3||5B||166|
|オリエント急行||Philip Sparke, Osaka Shion Wind Orchestra||E♭ Major||2||5B||134|
|Incantation||Augusta Read Thomas, Stefan Hersh, Jan Krzywicki, Laura Jackson, Xian Zhang, Jack Delaney||E♭ Major||0||5B||88|
|Sonata: I. Allegro||Andrew Imbrie, Robert Sayre, Roy Bogas||E♭ Major||1||5B||103|
|Piano Quintet||Samuel Adler, Esterházy Quartet, Jerome Lowenthal||C Minor||2||5A||106|
|Liturgical Symphony: I. Lento - Allegro ritmo||Fisher Tull, IUP Brass Ensemble, Gary Bird||C Minor||1||5A||114|
|Rorem : Santa Fe Songs : IV Sonnet||Ned Rorem, Susan Graham, Ensemble Oriol||C Minor||1||5A||89|
|String Quartet No. 1 (1952): II. Adagietto||Benjamin Lees, Juilliard String Quartet||C Minor||2||5A||58|
|Images from a Closed Ward: VIII. —||Michael Hersch, Flux Quartet||C Minor||0||5A||191|
|Cheers!||Jack Stamp, Keystone Wind Ensemble||C Minor||3||5A||129|
|She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain (arr. E. L. Diemer)||Emma Lou Diemer, Traditional, Pacific Chorale, John Alexander||C Minor||2||5A||125|
|Clarinet Duets, Book 2: VI. —||William Thomas McKinley, Kim Ellis, Richard Stoltzman||C Minor||0||5A||80|
|The Celestial Potato Fields||Sidney Corbett, Heather O'Donnell||C Minor||0||5A||66|
|Liturgical Symphony: II. Pesante||Fisher Tull, IUP Brass Ensemble, Gary Bird||C Minor||0||5A||137|
|Einstein's Light: Theme||Bruce Adolphe, Joshua Bell, Marija Stroke||C Minor||2||5A||110|
|Deep in the Earth||Garrett Fisher||C Minor||0||5A||111|
|Dreamachine: IV. Vulcan's Forge||Michael Daugherty, Evelyn Glennie, Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller||C Minor||8||5A||148|
|Variations on Down Ampney||Jack Stamp, Messiah College Symphonic Winds, Bradley Genevro||C Minor||1||5A||125|
|Winter Fragments: I. Winter Fragments The Earth||Michael Berkeley, Fleur Barron, Berkeley Ensemble, Dominic Grier||C Minor||0||5A||95|
|Pavane||Fernande Decruck, Quatuor Ellipsos||C Minor||0||5A||68|
This song is track #9 in Facing West: Choral Music of Conrad Susa & David Conte by David Conte, Jonathan Thomas, Cappella SF, Ragnar Bohlin, which has a total of 17 tracks. The duration of this track is 5:21 and was released on June 10, 2016. 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 A Whitman Triptych: No. 2. What Is the Grass? might be one of them, due to it's low energy and danceability.
A Whitman Triptych: No. 2. What Is the Grass? has a BPM of 131. Since this track has a tempo of 131, the tempo markings of this song would be Allegro (fast, quick, and bright). Based on the tempo, this track could possibly be a great song to play while you are walking. Overall, we believe that this song has a fast tempo.
The key of A Whitman Triptych: No. 2. What Is the Grass? is E♭ Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 5B. So, the perfect camelot match for 5B would be either 5B or 6A. While, 6B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 2B and a high energy boost can either be 7B or 12B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 5A or 4B will give you a low energy drop, 8B would be a moderate one, and 3B or 10B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 2A allows you to change the mood.
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