Theme from The Infernal Galop (in an easy range) from Act II, Scene 2 from Jacques Offenbachs opera, Orpheus in the Underworld (Orphee aux enfers) is known as the "Can-can". This a real show stopper whenever performed. It's a high-energy and physically demanding music hall dance that first appeared in the working-class ballrooms of Montparnasse in Paris around 1830. It was a more lively version of the galop, a dance in quick 2/4 time Many other composers have written music for the cancan including Franz Leh醨's The Merry Widow, Khachaturian's Sabre Dance and the music hall standard Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay Sheet Music for Recorder accompanied by Piano arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Can-can is also known by alternative title: Cancan, Orphee aux enfers, Orpheus in the Underworld, Infernal Galop, Galop Infernal, Opera bouffe en deux actes, Opera feerie en quatre actes. - Instrumentation: Piano and Recorder - Level: Advanced - Score Type: Score and 1 Part - Tempo: Fast - G....
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