Whilst learning to waltz, I noticed that the music wasn’t flowing exactly with the explanations of how to move – so I fixed it. This piece overemphasizes the first beat with a hard slide in on the downbeat. Should make it easier for beginners to understand what is going on.
The are 3 tempos to practice different styles of waltz, or just work up to the fast one!
It’s your Grade 10 Formal and no one is dancing. All the usual cliques are in all the usual places, and questions are spinning around in your head… Would Alex actually dance with me? How can I make that happen? What’s that smell? Did I wear deodorant? What exactly do I do with my left hand!? How big IS the Holy Ghost!???
It is my sincerest wish that this piece be requested at every high-school aged formal dance, for obvious reasons.
While not an official release, I thought I’d share a bit of progress on my “tropical misty waterfall paludarium”. I really love that mist. There is also simple piano music included, so you can get more relaxation per minute (RPM).
You know when you’re at a friend’s house overnight for an experimental airplane convention and there are people sleeping on various sofas, so you don’t want to turn on the lights – but then you run your shin smack into the metal coffee table, knocking over 3 mostly empty bottles and somehow breaking your friends glasses? This music is the nice feeling before the coffee table incident.
2am. It is raining and there is a line outside the noodle place. A dim red glow comes up from the next staircase down; you hear a hypnotic pulse. Looking down, you see there’s a propped-open door with a couple smoking outside it.
“Ethernight Club” is laser cut into a piece of old roofing metal.
If you walk down the stairs to “Ethernight Club””, turn to page 13.
If you decide to get noodles at 人人麵店, turn to page 42.
0:00 – Intro
0:34 – Main Groove
1:22 – Chill out
2:12 – Melody A
2:28 – Melody B
3:01 – Last groove
3:18 – Exposed Cut
3:33 – Big Bass Melody
4:06 – Cut drop
4:39 – Fizzle Drone