chinese dragon dance music traditional

Dragon Dance in Sidney


Dragon Dance Music ideal for school dance

Files included 1 WAV, 1 MP3 ( High Quality) 320 kbps & 16 bit Stereo, 44.100 khz
Song Tempo 165bpm
Length of the song 1:32
Vocal/Instrumental Instrumental, asian drum music
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Another Dragon Dance music song, in this case the theme is shorter than usual due to its energy.
This musical track is ideal to introduce elements of the dance since after 30 seconds is when the rhythmic pattern starts what makes the dragon dance.
After 20 seconds with a strong and intense rhythm, the theme falls again, this is ideal for the dragon to rest.

At the minute of composition a final load of big percussions enters again to make the dragon dance again.

The theme will end with a strong gong, apotheosis!

The song has been performed at a session of kung fu artists from China.

Why Sidney?

Believe it or not, in Australia they celebrate the Chinese New Year in a big way, no matter what country you are from, everyone is going to celebrate it. Even the city of Sydney is filled with animals representing the 12 animals of the Chinese calendar, and every year there are activities and dragon dances in the streets.

The Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is now a deeply rooted part of Australian culture. The Sydney version, for example, is said to be the largest celebration of its kind outside of Asia.

Traditionally, Chinese New Year celebrations begin on the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar and end with the Lantern Festival.

In Australia, the event is commonly known as “Lunar New Year” to indicate that it encompasses other Asian communities that have made significant contributions to Australian society.

The national importance of the Chinese New Year has accelerated in recent years.

Sydney’s famous Chinatown district is the venue for the party, with traditional Chinese lion dance and cracker shows on the three weekends of the festival, as well as Chinese food markets on Friday nights, and restaurants offering plenty of fabulous New Year’s parties and menus.


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