David Kravitz
Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue" cover art
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Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'ren...

Length(?)
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02:09
BPM(?)
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134
Key(?)
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C# Major
Loudness(?)
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-18.8db
Popularity(?)
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0%
Danceability(?)
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33%
Energy(?)
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10%
Positiveness(?)
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23%
Speechiness(?)
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4%
Liveness(?)
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12%
Instrumentalness(?)
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0%
Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue" is a song by David Kravitz, Janna Baty, Anne Harley, Matthew Anderson, Pamela Dellal, Dana Whiteside, Christian Figueroa, Paul Guttry, Aaron Engebreth, Jeramie Hammond released on 14th August 2012. It is track #3 in the album John Harbison: Winter's Tale.

Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue" has a BPM/tempo of 134, is in the key C# Major and has a duration of 02:09. Below is a table of the meta data for Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue".
Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue" info

Name
Winter's Tale: Act II, Bohemia. Sixteen years later, Scene I, "Rev'rend sirs, for you there's rosemary and rue"
Release Date
14th August 2012
ISRC
USJFZ1202223
Key
C# Major
Beats Per Minute
134
Loudness (db)
-18.803
Length
02:09
Track Number
3 of 34
Explicit
No