Urgent ballet music help needed please!!!

(11 Posts)
superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 18:02:02

Yes, thxs, needed something "lyrical"/melodius

- Powers that be have just approved!

RussiansOnTheSpree Wed 29-May-13 16:06:53

Liszt is Romantic, not Classical.......

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 14:48:22

Thank you everyone

Crisis over

Have gone for the following

this

Flying doesn't immed spring to mind I know, but with a bit of imagination, a following wind, fairy wings and a smoke machine, should be OK ....I hope

Best can do in available time anyway!!

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 14:25:13

Thank you Theas would have been perfect but powers that be have specificied traditional classical stuffy!!

Theas18 Wed 29-May-13 13:50:43

Theme from ET! THat's my music that means " flying" to me

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 13:16:20

Meant Nutcracker pas de deux piano only version

Nearly perfect but possibly a tiny bit slow

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 13:13:22

Thank you - yes will got through a few bits of Swan Lake and someone here has suggested The Nutcracker pas de deux ...

Oh dear .. ;so little time ...

BinarySolo Wed 29-May-13 13:11:26

Yes thought it might be a little bit fast for a ballet peice. Is there any thing from swan lake you could use!

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 13:04:28

A great suggestion - thank you Binary but needs to be a little less challenging in terms of rhythm and a bit more recognisably "classical piano ballet rehearsal/audition music" ifyswim

BinarySolo Wed 29-May-13 13:02:17

Flight of the bumblebee? grin

superfluouscurves Wed 29-May-13 13:00:26

Hello. Urgently need ideas for 2 mins (or so) classical music piece that encapsulates the movement/mood of "flying"!

Can anyone think of anything please? It's for nearly 10 yr old dd, not en pointe yet. In front of audience (300 poss) so needs to have a bit of 'umph' to it.

Only have this afternoon and Thurs/Fri eve and Sat morning to practice!!

Any suggestions gratefully received. Must be able to download on to MP3 player.

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