Ummm... Help?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic & Chit Chat' started by szecsuani, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. szecsuani Experienced Member

    Well, I started preparing for our first canine freestyle competition in May (or maybe in March...), but I can't find a good music.
    Could you suggest some, that are good for a beginner routine (so it's not fast, and not very long)?

    It would be really appreciated!

    P.S.: I prefer music with no vocals, but anything is good.

    Thank you very much!

  2. marieke New Member

    How about a happy, lighthearted classical piece like Mozart's Turkisch marsh?


    Or are you looking for a instrumental popsong? Let me think about that one.
  3. luna may New Member

    Iv'e got tons of songs on my MP4, and my temporary favorite is "Every Other Time" by LFO. I can mail it to you if you like, feel free to ask for it if you want :)
  4. luna may New Member

    Hehe, I know that song, it's beautiful! :doghappy:
  5. luna may New Member

    And there are also Bhetoven and Vivaldy for example, both of whom have really nice symphonies. Check them out and enjoy! :good:
  6. yoyopoodle Well-Known Member

    Maybe something like Green Day's 'Espionage'? It's a little fast, but as long as you stay kind of with the rythym it may not matter. It's also easy to cut short.

    I used it for a yo-yoing performance/presentation and it was a huge hit!

    I have the file if you'd like me to email it - you can probably find it on YouTube... I'm sitting at a computer that doesn't view videos.
  7. szecsuani Experienced Member

    Actually classical music isn't my style, but This is pretty good.

    yoyopoodle: I didn't know that there is a greenday song, that I don't know!

    luna may: I don't know that! :dogrolleyes:

    It's hard with me...:msniwonder:

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