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The Songfactors' Choice Top Ten #299


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ALL MEMBERS OF SONGFACTS ARE MOST WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE. The greater the participation, the more diverse, and more representative our top ten list is. We'd like to invite everyone to help us select THE SONGFACTORS' CHOICE TOP TEN!

IT'S SIMPLE, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS:

* Nominate two songs that haven't made the Ten before ...

Click here to view Every Song That's Made The Songfactors' Choice Top Tens (Artists).

... And here to view Every Song That's made The Songfactors' Choice Top Ten (Songs)

* When nominations close, choose your favorite Ten songs in order of preference from the Final Nominations and post them here. Points are allotted, 10 for your #1 song, 9 for #2, Etc. and our Top Ten is compiled from them. At the end of the voting period we'll announce The Songfactors' Choice Top Ten For that week.

**After this week's ten let's take a break, at least for a couple of weeks, maybe the month. I have a surgery scheduled (blech), and that seems like my cue for a summer break. We'll start back up with #300 (number 300 - That's a big deal! Be thinking of a great special). Oh, and lets do the "up to 3" songs thing again.

Nominate Now!

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Danse Macabre ~ Camille Saint-Saëns (1875)

"According to legend, "Death" appears at midnight every year on Halloween. Death calls forth the dead from their graves to dance their 'dance of death' (= "danse macabre") for him while he plays his fiddle (here represented by a solo violin). His skeletons dance for him until the rooster crows at dawn, when they must return to their graves until the next year."

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