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peabody dance music
Posted by handdancer
9/14/2008  8:10:00 AM
i want to do a peabody in a showcase, am looking for music for it called bourbon street parade by sam ulano, does anyone know where i can get it,
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by jofjonesboro
9/15/2008  6:53:00 AM
It's available for downloading: Bourbon Street Parade download

Re: peabody dance music
Posted by polishhanddancer
9/15/2008  7:47:00 AM
thank you for your response, this version is not the one i am looking for, it is too slow to do a "Peabody" dance to,
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by Telemark
9/15/2008  12:04:00 PM
There are lots of versions listed on iTunes, and you can try 30 second clips to evaluate each track - there might be one suitable, but I didn't see the particular version you mentioned.
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by Belleofyourball
9/15/2008  12:39:00 PM
You know a lot of people just speed their music up a little bit. All you have to do is download the track and then you can pop it into any number of free online digital music editing suites and just speed up the Tempo (like you used to be able to do with a record player except with more control) a little. I know a lot of people who do that with Julie London's music. Her songs are great..when you speed them up.
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by Telemark
9/15/2008  1:05:00 PM
I use Roni Music's "Amazing Slow Downer" to tweak my dance music. I reckon that I have about doubled the number of danceable tracks from my collection by checking and altering the speed of tracks that are "nearly", but not quite right.

Good tracks at up to 50% original speed (but at original pitch) are also great to use with beginner's classes!
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by polishhanddancer
9/15/2008  6:59:00 PM
thank you kindly for your help and suggestions, i have several friends looking as well., i did find one version i could use Al Hirt, Bourbon Street Parade.
Isn't ballroom dancers website a great help to dancers, especially a new beginner ballroom dancer!!! I have only been dancing ballroom a year now and enjoy it so much.
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by terence2
3/9/2010  11:16:00 PM
One yr and starting P/Body !.. thats impressive. It used to be in the Gold standard many moons back, and its only the 2nd time Ive heard it mentioned in the past 25 yrs !!. You must be in NYC (?).

If you like that, you may be interested in Quickstep ( closely related )
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by handdancer
3/16/2010  7:14:00 AM
i am actually from baltimore, md. i have had lessons in quick step and love it and that is why i took peabody lessons.
i started out learning to dance all dances and all basics in group lessons, now i have a provate instructor.
thanks for your reply.
Re: peabody dance music
Posted by nloftofan1
5/15/2013  7:29:00 AM
I'm glad you were able to find a suitable version of Bourbon Street Parade (great song!). Another good one is Twelfth Street Rag. Our instructor used that one a lot when he taught us Peabody. I have a 2 MB MP3 of Twelfth Street Rag I could send you; just provide an email address.

Several people suggested using a sound editing program to change the tempo (without changing the pitch). Audacity is a free program that can do that, along with quite a few other things. If you do sound editing but you don't quite need a full-strength professional editing program, Audacity is a good choice.

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