10 Beautiful Songs For Competitions (that haven't been overused)

9:02 AM

We are all tired of hearing the same songs (and dancing to the same songs) over and over again... so I've recently started collecting music that I thought you would like! Keep your eyes peeled for more of these posts coming soon!

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These are some of my favorite songs (some available online for free, others for purchase). I've also put a few tag-words describing the songs after each link. Enjoy and good luck!

  1. Yael Meyer - Warrior Heart - starts folksy and with a good temp, whimsical and inspirational, strong.
  2. Michelle Wake - Effortless - smooth, jazzy, sassy, slow
  3. Andrew Belle - The Enemy - modern, slow build, steady, powerful
  4. Jillette Johnson - Cameron - dynamic, powerful, emotional, LGBTQ themed
  5. Thea Gilmore - Got to Run - mysterious, acoustic, minor key, vocal artistry
  6. Amberhope - Forever or Never - nostalgic, sad, soft, gentile, vocal artistry, grows in dynamics
  7. Lauren Marsh - Promise - lyric, high, steady beat and tempo, inspiring
  8. Juneau - Turning to Gold - steady pace, builds, lyric, soft, hint of country
  9. Katie Pederson - Consistency  and I Will Sing- slow, deep, somber, beautiful harmony and lyrical
  10. Heath McNease - Salem Songs - folksy

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