Dance of the Hours (snake charmer remix)
“Dance of the Hours” is a short ballet from the opera La Gioconda, composed by Amilcare Ponchielli. It depicts the hours of the day through solo and ensemble dances, and the ballet was frequently performed on its own. It gained even wider popularity after being included as a comic ballet in Disney’s 1940 film, “Fantasia,” and in 1963 was parodied by Allan Sherman in his biggest hit, “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah (A Letter from Camp).” This intermediate piano solo arrangement takes on an Egyptian sound in the style of a mesmerizing snake charmer melody. 4 pages. Performance time: approximately 2:10. Included in the “Piano Remixes: Classics Vol. 2” songbook.
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