American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into The Spotlight

// September 5th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // Electronic Dance Music

The album American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight features music from the all-new American Girl movie of the same title. The music from the film reflects its powerful themes of friendship and being true to yourself, including the infectious single UR Your Own Star. Other soundtrack highlights include an innovative remix of The Nutcracker Suite, a nod to the film’s ballet theme, as well as One Of These Days by Deanna DellaCioppa and Ali King’s In This Together. Fans can also sing along to bonus instrumental versions of UR Your Own Star and In This Together.

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African Tribal Music & Dances

// August 29th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

Music Of Africa ~ African Tribal Music & Dances

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The Royal Tahitian Dance Company – Songs & Dances of Tahiti

// June 29th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // Dance

The Royal Tahitian Dance Company from Monitor Records

  • Original Publication Date: 1974
  • Genre: World

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  • Sacred Spirit, Vol. 2: More Chants and Dances of the Native Americans

    // May 17th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

    Given the multi-million-copy selling success of Sacred Spirit: Chants and Dances of the Native Americans, its follow-up, Sacred Spirit II is bound to have a built-in audience. Like its predecessor, the collection mixes chant and song with dance beats and electronic instrumentation. While tracks such as “Dela Dela” and “Yane-Heja-Hee” meld these elements most effectively, the overall effect of the synthesized sound is heavily over the top and distracting from the gentle melodies and heartfelt cries of Native music at its best. A prime example is the tender and lovely female vocal on “May You Walk in Sunshine,” obscured by overly aggressive accompaniment. A more solid and aesthetically pleasing choice for the genre is Prophecy: A Native American Collection, which achieves a finer balance of modern and ancient. –Paige La GroneGiven the multi-million-copy selling success of Sacred Spirit: Chants and Dances of the Native Americans, its follow-up, Sacred Spirit II is bound to have a built-in audience. Like its predecessor, the collection mixes chant and song with dance beats and electronic instrumentation. While tracks such as “Dela Dela” and “Yane-Heja-Hee” meld these elements most effectively, the overall effect of the synthesized sound is heavily over the top and distracting from the gentle melodies and heartfelt cries of Native music at its best. A prime example is the tender and lovely female vocal on “May You Walk in Sunshine,” obscured by overly aggressive accompaniment. A more solid and aesthetically pleasing choice for the genre is Prophecy: A Native American Collection, which achieves a finer balance of modern and ancient. –Paige La Grone

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    English Country Dances

    // May 13th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // EDM

    24 English country dances selected from the famous 17th-century collection of John Playford

    The Broadside Band recreates the excitement and color of the country dances of yesteryear with
    spirited performances of these quintessentially English tunes gleaned from the 17th-century
    publications of John Playford.

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