I take some perverse pride in the fact that when Siena wants to dance after dinner she calls out for “Roman Carnival,” by Hector Berlioz. And then after that, she asks for Entrain’s “Cohiba,” which would need to work quite hard to be more different from Berlioz.
Here are the girls dancing to “Roman Carnival:”
And here is a sample of Entrain’s style of music:
P.S. What Siena staggeringly lacks in grace and classical dancing ability she makes up for with energy and passion. Also, she knows the piece pretty well now!