music for the dragon dance

Dragon Dance in Shanghai


Dragon Dance Music ideal for Lunar New Year videos $15

Files included 1 WAV, 1 MP3 ( High Quality) 320 kbps & 16 bit Stereo, 44.100 khz
Song Tempo 140 bpm
Length of the song 2:13
Vocal/Instrumental Instrumental with percussion
See Available Licenses for Dragon Dance Music in Shanghai Standard1 Million 10 MillionMass ReproductionFilm/Theatre
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Here is a song from the dragon dance music that is royalty free.
This music is characterized by powerful percussions and different changes of rhythm so that you can dance to the dragon.
This track has the power to move you into this show that takes place during the Chinese New Year.

The dragon dance is very popular and is always performed at the lunar new year or the spring festival. This is also what the Chinese New Year is usually called.

This is Chinese instrumental dragon dance music because the main characteristic of this type of music is that it is instrumental.

It features different drums that will make the dragon dance to different rhythms. It is important that the drums are always accompanied by the cymbals.

Dragon dance music does not have melodic instruments, we can say that they are just rhythmic patterns.

This song has a lot of strength, it is ideal for presentations about the Chinese New Year that are very impressive.

City of Shanghai

Its strategic location, the opium, silk and tea trade, made Shanghai the largest industrial and commercial centre in China.

But at the same time, exploitation, vice, gambling and prostitution were rampant, contributing to Shanghai’s novel and adventurous image and becoming the goal of all the world’s hustlers.

The discontent of the popular classes was the breeding ground for a movement against foreigners and against the Qing dynasty itself, which was of Manchu origin and was always considered foreign, even after three centuries in power.

In 1900, the Boxer Revolt broke out in Beijing.

In 1902 the Recovery Society was founded in Shanghai with the aim of expelling foreigners and the Qing dynasty itself.

In 1921 the Chinese Communist Party was founded in Shanghai.

In 1927, the revolutionary movement was crushed by Chang Kai-shek’s troops.

In 1937 Shanghai was taken over by the Japanese, who controlled it until the end of World War II in 1945.

During the war it was a refuge for thousands of Europeans, including many Jews.

In 1949 the Communists came to power and Shanghai did not lose its cultural, political and economic prominence within China.

Since then, it has only grown in all respects and when we talk about the Chinese economic miracle, we are largely referring to Shanghai.

So much so that important cities have not hesitated to twin with Shanghai, as is the case with Chicago, London, Barcelona and Oslo, among others.

Its economic and political strength is so evident within China that it has even aroused the misgivings of Beijing itself.


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