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Sal Amangka
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I just bought a new cd called "12 Girls Band". I'm not sure about the nationality of these girls but they are Asians. Also, try the 4 female group called "BOND".

But then again, royalty free music comes in.

Hope this helps.

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Salamangka in Filipino means "Magic"
Jessie Altamirano
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I use "What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong for my Snowstorm routine. Instead of water and paper I use a white rose and just pluck off a few pedals to start the snowstorm. I always start my act with this effect. And when I have the right lighting condition I end my act with a D'Lite routine to "The Music of the Night" from the "Phantom of the Opera." At the end of the routine I wave my hand and change the red light into a cloud of red confediti. I mostly perform at parties in homes and backyards and no one has ever complained.
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The Cardfather
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One Wish by Hiroshima, check it out, very nice fusion Jazz.
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Good Call Fred!

I also highly reccomend Robert Miles "Children"
There are also some very nice remixes of the song out there.
He has 2 CD's out: Dreamland and 23am
Dreamland has A LOT of awesome pieces for magic...and very worth checking out.

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On 2004-05-19 21:38, Amazing Binky wrote:
I saw a snowstorm routine using music from "Edward Scissorhands". Very neat!

Yes Kevin James use this song and it works great. However I would suggest to be original and find another one than this one. Leave it to Kevin.
As for me, I use a song from a soundtrack movie and it work great (want to keep it for myself...sorry). Cirque du soleil is a good choice, however, I would suggest to find another one than Allegria...too much known. I was about to use the last song from Saltimbanco's cd I think it is called "rideau". If you are good in sound editing you can get a very good upbeat song beginning with just piano and than drum and electric guitar.

Good luck

Donald Dunphy
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On 2004-04-14 16:27, Magicfingerz wrote:
Upbeat, yet I want it to sound Asian and authentic. Im just having a little truble finding one. Any suggestions would be great.

Although this is an old post, I am going to respond to it.

If you are seeking music, and are willing to pay the royalty fees (BMI, ASCAP), can I make a suggestion?

Look for some instumental songs by Kerry Livgren. He used to be a member of the rock group Kansas, and later started a Christian rock group called AD. He also has many solo projects.

One ablum that had some great instrumental songs was titled: "One of several possible musiks".

I obtained my super-X suspension music from this ablum, and there is also some upbeat music with an asian flair on this ablum.

Here is a link to Kerry's official website:

- Donald.
Donald Dunphy is a Victoria Magician, British Columbia, Canada.
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