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Who's up for turning your next birthday into an epic dance party? I've got something electrifying for you – a dance mix of the classic 'Happy Birthday' song! 🎶💥 Here's why you need this dance mix for your birthdays: 🎉 Dance-floor Vibes: This rendition will have you grooving from the first beat, turning your celebration into a high-energy dance fest. 🕺 Get the Party Started: Birthdays are all about fun, and this mix is the ultimate party-starter to make the day unforgettable. 🎁 Birthday Jam: Whether it's your big day or you're planning a surprise, this dance mix adds a unique and funky touch to your festivities. Ready to move and groove? Just hit the video, and let the dance mix take your birthday celebrations to a whole new level! After you've danced your heart out, feel free to share your thoughts. What are your favorite dance moves, and do you have other funky mixes that you love to dance to during special occasions? Let's celebrate with music and keep the good times rolling!
One minutious revamp, two of Bach's favorite instruments, three dazzling voices - this piece has it all for me. The title is pretty much self-explainatory. Otherwise, please consider reading my YouTube video description here: Enjoy!
Hello, I composed this little piece in response to a challenge on the forum to write for a combination of two instruments based on your birthday date. At the same time, I used this piece for an exercise, I gave myself: write a piece in less than 15 minutes. My combination was the Violin and the Horn (in F). I tried to keep the atmosphere very light, yet interesting. The music has to be funny, because it is a 'birthday song,' so therefore the Allegro scherzando and no very heavy harmonies. Sharing your thoughts is very appreciated! Maarten
This short little piece was written in response the Birthday Composition Challenge: My instruments came out to be Flute and Vibraphone. I was also inspired a little bit by Luis Hernandez's entry in regards to serialism. This is the first time I've written for this combination, where both instruments are very exposed. Feel free to comment on where I can improve.