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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesPerforming Arts · 9 years ago

This is my senior year and I want to compete a serious dance solo for competition?

and I don't know what song to dance to. I am good at lyrically type stuff although I didn't place last year because some judges are really into all that contemporary stuff. I'm maybe doing a jazz piece but I'm not sure if I want that to be my last solo ever. Since I'm older Idk if jazz would be super senior ish. So if anyone has any thoughts please let me know :)

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  • 9 years ago
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    Here is my suggestion, go through this long list and see what songs speaks out to you and then choose the style, this is a mix of jazz and lyrical songs and some are interchangable.

    JAZZ

    Pink Floyd---

    Marooned

    Terminal frost

    Echoes

    Interstellar Overdrive

    One of these days

    Run like hell

    On the turning away

    Absolutely Curtains

    Mudmen

    Obscured by clouds

    Dogs

    Summer ’68

    Coming back to life

    Lost for words

    Great day for freedom

    San Tropez

    High hopes

    Billy Joel—

    Only the good die young

    We didn’t start the fire

    Uptown girl

    River of dreams

    David Hasselhoff--

    Queen of the rain

    Try a little tenderness

    Until the last teardrop falls

    If I could only say goodbye

    These Loving eyes

    A star looks down tonight

    White Bird

    Dark Side of my heart

    Crazy on a Saturday Night

    Evanescence--

    Bring me to life

    Lose control

    The only one

    Breathe no more

    Even in death

    Going under

    Everybody’s fool

    Sweet sacrifice

    Call me when you’re sober

    Lithium

    Hello

    Like you

    Lacrymosa

    Good enough

    Missing

    Fields of innocence

    The last song I wasting on you

    You

    Exodus

    Breathe no more

    Eternal

    Demise

    Ascension of the spirit

    Black muddy river—grateful dead

    Underneath the radar—underworld

    Put your lights on—Santana

    She wolf—Shakira

    Mercy—Duffy

    Vibeology—Paula Abdul

    Cold Hearted Snake—Paula Abdul

    Straight up –Paula Abdul

    Dr. beat- Miami Sound Machine

    Conga-Miami Sound Machine

    Fighter—Christina Aguilera

    Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)

    Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)

    Thunder in your heart—John Farnham (Rad)

    Get Strange—Hubert Kah (Rad)

    Loved by the sun—Tangerine Dream (Legend)

    Is your love strong enough—Tangerine Dream (Legend)

    She’s like the wind—Patrick Swayze (dirty Dancing)

    Tonight is what it means to be young—Fire Inc (Streets of fire)

    Love is in the air—John Paul Young (Strictly Ballroom)

    It’s my turn to fly—The Urge (Titan AE)

    Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)

    Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)

    Partyman-Prince (Batman)

    Batdance-Prince (batman)

    One more time –Michael Bolton (Sing)

    What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)

    Only my heart talking—Alice Cooper

    Dragula—Rob Zombie

    Spookshow baby—Rob Zombie

    Phantom Stranger—Rob Zombie

    Buttons—PCD

    When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls

    Striptease—Danity Kane

    Circus—Britney Spears

    When the rush comes—Motorcycle

    Gravity of love—Enigma

    Silence must be heard—Enigma

    Principles of lust—Enigma

    Sadness--Enigma

    Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel

    Talking in your sleep—The Romantics

    Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells

    Silent Lucidity—Queensryche

    Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band

    Red red wine—UB40

    Godzilla—Blue oyster cult

    Who’s Johnny-El Debarge

    Set the night to music—Starship

    What have you done for me lately—Whitney Houston

    No more tears—Ozzy Osbourne

    Zombie Stomp—Ozzy Osbourne

    Nasty—Janet Jackson

    It’s raining men—Weather Girls

    Dream Weaver—Gary Wright

    Set adrift on memory bliss-PM Dawn

    Moon Baby--Godsmack

    Won’t back down-Eminem

    More than a kiss-Tommy Conwell (shout)

    Kentucky Rain—Elvis

    An American Trilogy—Elvis

    There’s a brand new day on the horizon—Elvis

    Love you to death—Kamelot

    My destiny—Leaves’ Eyes

    I Like it—Enrique Iglesas

    Only girl—Rihanna

    Alborada (A dawn of many colors album)

    Ode to a woman

    Mountain Melody

    Ceol Mor—(Celtic Passages Album)

    Enchanted forest

    The mountains at dawn

    Sparkling river

    Let love live from Cirque de soliel

    Symphony—Sarah Brightman

    Fleurs du mal—Sarah Brightman

    Free-Sarah Brightman

    Set the night to music—Starship

    Gravity of love- Enigma

    Eva—Nightwish

    Show me your fire truck—Backdraft

    Top Gun Anthem

    Star Wars movie soundtracks

    Star Trek Movie soundtracks

    Avatar movie soundtrack

    Stargate soundtrack

    Hurt-Nine Inch Nails/Johnny Cash

    Through the eyes of love—Melissa Manchester (Ice Castles theme)

    For crying out loud—Meatloaf

    Dawn’s pale light—Liquid Sky

    Make the world go away-Elvis

    Love you to death-Kamelot

    Scarborough Fair—Leaves’ Eyes

    I am—Christina Aguilera

    Just the way you are—Bruno Mars

    24-Jem (ultraviolet)

    Impossible--Shontelle

    Freshman—verve pipe

    In the air tonight—Phil Collins

    Are we the waiting—Green Day

    Make a memory—Bon Jovi

    Uninvited—Alanis Morissette

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  • Lauren
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    4 years ago

    He said She Said by Ashley Tisdale Girls Just wanna Have fun by Miley Cyrus Thats Not My Name by The Tings Tings Forever by Chris Brown Hit Me Up by Gia Farrell Whine Up by Kat Deluna Just Dance by Lady Gaga Shawty Get Loose by Lil Mama

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  • 9 years ago

    rolling in the deep by adele

    the time by black eyed peas

    on the floor by jlo

    S&M by rihanna

    blow by ke$ha

    jar of hearts by christina perri

    stereo love by Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina

    loser like me by glee case

    i hope one of these works! they are all different types of songs because i dont know your style of dancing but i hope it helps!

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