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It was with considerable trepidation that I approached the Beethoven Symphonies but as you can hear the application of New World percussion and wood wind instrumentation to these revered classics has produced some interesting and entertaining effects.  Beethoven's third symphony  known as The Eroica was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte. It was a ground breaking symphony - much longer than most of it's predecessors with Europe wide warfare as a dominant theme. The Fifth Symphony is seen as a central part of Beethoven's work and our interpretation brings out the delicate rhythmic developments which play such a strong role in this symphony. You can now also listen to two new Dvorak Symphony interpretations: the 8th and 9th (New World) with a slightly different orchestration. The orchestral marches respond exceptionally well to my early percussion treatments for Beethoven MP3 recordings. In particular the Marimba and Steel Drums let you hear the Military March in a really new ways. The colours of the new world instruments create a different atmosphere for and emphasis to the music. This is highlighted in the Turkish March where Hammond organ, Harp and Bells are added to the instrumentation.

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Copyright: we retain the copy right on our arrangements for public performance or any other commercial application but grant you the right to download it free of charge for your own personal use.  Donation: If you enjoy the music I would be grateful if you would make a donation to the charitable Trust Fund run by Croydon Whitgift Rotary Club.
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BEETHOVEN

Beethoven Symphonies are

consistently our most

Popular Downloads:

It was with considerable trepidation that I approached the Beethoven Symphonies but as you can hear the application of New World percussion and wood wind instrumentation to these revered classics has produced some interesting and entertaining effects.  Beethoven's third symphony  known as The Eroica was originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte. It was a ground breaking symphony - much longer than most of it's predecessors with Europe wide warfare as a dominant theme. The Fifth Symphony is seen as a central part of Beethoven's work and our interpretation brings out the delicate rhythmic developments which play such a strong role in this symphony. You can now also listen to two new Dvorak Symphony interpretations: the 8th and 9th (New World) with a slightly different orchestration. The orchestral marches respond exceptionally well to my early percussion treatments for Beethoven MP3 recordings. In particular the Marimba and Steel Drums let you hear the Military March in a really new ways. The colours of the new world instruments create a different atmosphere for and emphasis to the music. This is highlighted in the Turkish March where Hammond organ, Harp and Bells are added to the instrumentation. Bagatelles: Bagatelle No1  Bagatelle No2  Bagatelle No3  Marches: Military March  Turkish March  Symphony No 3 The Eroica: Symphony No3:1  Symphony No3:2  Symphony No3:3  Symphony No3:4  Symphony  No 5: Symphony No5:1  Symphony No5:2  Symphony No5:3  Symphony No5:4 
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