Lyrics[edit | edit source]
Song Connections / Remixes[edit | edit source]
- BAROQUE HOEDOWN is a cover of Jean-Jacques Perrey's and Gershon Kingsley's Baroque Hoedown, song composed in 1967. Later, it became the theme song for Disney's Main Street Electrical Parade.
- Other covers of Baroque Hoedown have appeared in BEMANI:
- A cover by SUZY CREAM CHESSE, titled エレクトリカルパレード, appears in pop'n music MICKEY TUNES.
- Another cover, also titled エレクトリカルパレード, appears in DanceDanceRevolution ディズニーダンシングミュージアム.
- A remix by TOMOSUKE, titled ELECTRICAL PARADE (Retro Future MIX), appears in Dancing Stage featuring Disney's RAVE.
- An 8-bit version of ELECTRICAL PARADE (Retro Future MIX) appears in DanceDanceRevolution GB Disney Mix.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In the pop'n music 13 カーニバル location tests, BAROQUE HOEDOWN's character was DiNO [1-1P].
- Coincidentally, DiNO's pop'n music song, monde des songe, samples another Jean-Jacques Perrey song, The Little Ships.
- Since pop'n music 17 THE MOVIE, BAROQUE HOEDOWN's title is shown as BAROQUE HOEDOWN (エレクトリカルパレードのテーマ) on its banner, although the title was never changed from the songwheel and during gameplay.
- In the jubeat series, BAROQUE HOEDOWN's title is shown as Baroque Hoedown.
- Before pop'n music Sunny Park, BAROQUE HOEDOWN's songwheel genre was エレクトリカルパレード (ELECTRICAL PARADE).
- BAROQUE HOEDOWN received an EASY chart in pop'n music Sunny Park, replacing its old 5-Buttons chart.
- BAROQUE HOEDOWN was added to the BEMANI Category folder in pop'n music Sunny Park.
- BAROQUE HOEDOWN was removed from pop'n music peace on November 25th, 2019.
Music Comment[edit | edit source]
Song Production Information[edit | edit source]
Difficulty & Notecounts[edit | edit source]
pop'n music difficulty rated from 1 to 43 through pop'n music 20 fantasia, and 1 to 50 from Sunny Park onwards.
|pop'n music 13 カーニバル location test||5||14||31||41||-||-|
|pop'n music 13 カーニバル→20 fantasia||↑9||↓13||31||↓40||19||26|
|pop'n music Sunny Park→peace||※1||19||37||46||19||26|
|pop'n music 13 カーニバル CS||9||13||31||40||19||26|
※ The notecount of this chart is different from the old 5-Buttons chart (total notes: 107).
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