Danse Bacchanale

Danse Bacchanale - from the opera Samson and Delilah

Created on: Mar-29-2009   Last updated: Mar-29-2009


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Exotic and exciting certainly describe this familiar work from Samson and Delilah by Saint-Saens. This arrangement by Bobby Escamilla shows the true testament of a flute choir's ability to play music. This fast rhythms presents challenging music especially in then end. However, even with the challenging music, the players will drawn in by the exciting nature of this piece. (6:40)

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When Camille Saint-Saëns was just a toddler, his mother and his great-aunt began teaching him music. He was only five years old when he gave his first public piano performance. When he was seven, he began to study with other teachers, and he had already begun composing his own music. He became one of the most famous French composers. One of Saint-Saëns' most well known compositions The Carnival of the Animals was originally written to make fun of some of his friends. Now, it is enjoyed by children all over the world for the pictures it paints of animals.