Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by Larinda McRaven, Jan 3, 2011.
Thank you dlliba10!!!
Does anyone know the name of the waltz at the beginning and end of this video (American Style Congress - Smooth)? Thanks in advance!
Looking for the Cha Cha for the Telonas' dance-on, starting at 0:10. Thanks!
My Sweet Senorita by Treble N' Bass
Absolutely right, It's My Sweet Senorita
Can anyone help with the Foxtrot that starts at 6:41? Thanks!
Womp, ignore me, just found it -- "Motorcycle" by Johnny Favourite. Also, belated thanks to smidra for the last ID.
What dance is "two shots of happy, one shot of sad" by Matt Dusk
A really fast vwaltz.
gonna have to disagree smidra
its a slow wcs med fast NC2 or even bolero in timing tho lacks the feel its in 4/4 time
yep its QQS listen to the beat values not 1,2,3
ok, what are you guys calling NC2? is that our east coast swing?
NC2S - nightclub 2-step
In a competition I heard a slow waltz version of Adeles song Skyfall. Does anyone know where I can find that one? I don't have a video yet, but i'll keep looking
Yes I hear the beat values being 1,2,3. But it happens after the big intro. It has a very clear Viennese Waltz sound. The 1 is pronounced very clearly
not buying it sorry its 8 count or 4/4 IMO will try to find the sheet music
i hear what you hear but i hear more beats after the six ( two more actually)
maybe this is why this song hasnt been played at a comp!!
well after a carefully wasted 15 minutes i cant get the sheet music without ordering the full U2 sheet music anthology from ENGLAND!!
I think it's actually in 12/8 time.
ETA: As I listen to it again, I'm more convinced of this. What you are counting as 4/4 M4S is the 1, 4, 7, and 10.
another reason not to dance to it!!
i agree after listening again, that is possible
damn dotted quarter notes!!
You can dance vwaltz to 12/8 music! Not sure how the phrasing pairs up though.
ok, here is a good one .... Does anyone know the name of and/or where to find the theme tango to the movie Naked Tango ?
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