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I found this on the Muzyka klasyczna site, delightful.
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Pure elegance - enjoy

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This didn't fit in to the educational NMH but it is lively and worthy of a place in the arrangements site. Thanks for posting
Hello everyone and Happy Saturday! This is my entry in the National Geographic Genius Challenge. #showusyourgenius. The challenge was to recreate the main theme to the TV series Genius in your own way. The magnificent original main theme was created by the great Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe. Applicants were to make a video and compose an original recreation or re-imagined piece, or an entire piece all together in the spirit of the main theme. Winners get to attend a Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe recording seesion. I know there is absolutely no chance I will win or even come close, but I sure had fun doing this. The last day for submissions is SEP. 5 if anyone of you want to take a crack at it. If you see my video and like my composition, I would be truly appreciative and grateful, if you would give a like and a follow on the link to my submission with indi. Thank you and hope you all have a great weekend. :) http://indi.com/95gq5

Jazz is the embodiment of arrangement, but what happens when jazz freedom and "classical" values meet head on? I found the track You Look Good to Me in the Oscar Peterson performances very appealing, and this, written for my son's wedding day, is one example of the fusion.

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Britten's folksong arrangements vary in their degree of reinterpreting the material, one of my favourites is The Foggy Foggy Dew (here at 2.12") has a very light touch, but wonderfully demonstrates the empathy between the two performers. Once banned by the BBC for its theme and language.  

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A Bach arrangement you won't forget in a hurry. The CD is now out and UK listeners can hear the much more refined final product by replaying Record Review (Saturday 14.01.2017) at around 10.30.

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I would have loved to hear the Comedian Harmonists live, if I owned a time machine it would be on my 10 top things to do! I have so many favourites, do you have one to share?

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After Anthony Littlewood's comment on the New Music Hub I went back to this recording from the Boulez complete AW works.

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Lili Boulanger's Pie Jesu is an intricate, beautifully constructed work. The use of FM voices permits the building of different harmonics to the organ which provides a shimmer to the music.
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