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Dance music of the Renaissance had different rhythms that had simple meters to which one could dance. As the story goes, only three people showed up in the audience, so the musicians held a bull session in which the substitute pianist for the gig, Herbie Hancock, demonstrated his new blues tune, "Watermelon Man." Save playlists and favorites across genres like film, devotional, bhangra, bhajans, ghazals, and more, and access your favorite music through your existing Saavn Pro account.

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Publisher: Alfred Music (May 27, 2008)

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