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Great Music for a choreography en>fr fr>en
By Canadiankilt Comments: 20, member since Wed Mar 04, 2009
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 05:26 AM

What I need to know is what's the best music for a really fun choreography. Please list the following:song/album/artist.

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By GaelicWannabe Comments: 212, member since Sat Jul 12, 2008
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 02:15 PM
I would say you're the best judge of this for yourself. Only thing to check out is if it is for a competition as opposed to a performance. Some competitions I believe specify the choreography music must have Celtic influences. That being said if you've got the imagination I'm sure you could create a choreography to any song you really enjoy.

Personally, I love the band "Great Big Sea". Choreography a dance to one of their songs is on my huge list of "Stuff I'd love to do when I actually have the time".
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By shfreak181 Comments: 28, member since Sun May 17, 2009
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 03:21 PM
When I was looking for music for my choreography, my dance teacher and I first thought of our theme or what we wanted the music to sound like. Then, we went on itunes and searched our ideas and for Celtic music. Eventually, we found a peace that had perfect elements for our choreography. We then edited and cut the music to fit our specifications. Finally, we styled the dance around the music and we had a choreography. It is a lot of work, but in the end this method led us to finding great choreography music. I hope it helps you to!
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By highlandbanshee Comments: 165, member since Fri Sep 07, 2007
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 03:23 PM
The Landlord's Walk and Nelson Mandela's Welcome to the City of Glasgow by Blair Douglas are two of my favorites. MacUmba is the name of a pipe band with a Carribean flair. Don't know the song titles right off hand, but they are fun to listen to.
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By Katy_Liz Comments: 958, member since Tue Jan 13, 2004
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 07:02 PM
I love Busindre Reel by Hevia, not sure if it would work for a choreo, but worth a listen!
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By ifinance Comments: 2275, member since Mon Jun 26, 2006
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 08:45 PM
Edited by ifinance (161860) on 2009-06-03 20:46:31
Edited by ifinance (161860) on 2009-06-03 20:51:24
Edited by ifinance (161860) on 2009-06-03 20:52:59
Here are some links to earlier threads on this topic. They might be helpful:

www.dance.net . . .

and

www.dance.net . . .

Have fun, choreography is liberating!
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By Felsamember has saluted, click to view salute photosPremium member Comments: 4038, member since Thu Nov 09, 2006
On Wed Jun 03, 2009 08:52 PM
I have always wanted to do one to "Toss the Feathers"

www.youtube.com . . .
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By MissMerilees Comments: 27, member since Fri Oct 20, 2006
On Wed Jul 08, 2009 06:55 PM
The band Wolfstone has a lot of great tunes, they include some rock too it's neat! I used Zeto for a small group, it was awesome :) You can download the songs off itunes for 99 cents!
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By HighlandLas Comments: 36, member since Sun May 18, 2008
On Fri Aug 28, 2009 01:51 PM
Great Big Sea makes for some great music, so do the Red Hot Chili Pippers and The Wicked Tinkers!!
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By wobbly_knees Comments: 74, member since Wed Sep 13, 2006
On Sat Aug 29, 2009 04:49 PM
I agree with Felsa.

I recently did a solo choreography dance to Toss the Feathers and it went off quite well.

The music changes frequently, and opens itself up for contemporary interpretations (for example I had a bit of jazz in my dance)

Another nice one is Explosive by Bond.

Happy Choreographing :)

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