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Classical Music Ensembles  

On this site we employ a range of different  ensembles to replace the original classical  music ensembles for which they were  composed. More details about the range of   classical music ensembles can be found at  Wikipedia. The backbone of our New World  ensembles is a synthesized steel band which  stands in for violins and violas, ocarina and pan  flutes for the woodwind and Marimba for cello  and double bass.  Special percussion such as  bells and timpani are reproduced by specific  synthesizers when they are required. 

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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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Faure's Fantasie No 1 Mozart Piano Quartet K478 Rondo:Allegro Faure's Barcarolle Beethoven's Turkish March For piano, organ or harpsichord pieces we generally use other percussion instruments such as the marimba, vibraphone or a harp.
JS Bach's Toccata No2 in C Minor BWV 911 Beethoven's Bagatelle No2 Scarlatti's Harpsichord Sonata K531 Allegro

Ragtime Music Ensembles

Ragtime music was originally composed and  published for piano. Subsequently there have  been many arrangements for Jazz ensembles of  various sizes and shapes and also for guitar solo  or in a few cases guitar duet. It was some of those  guitar arrangements that first sparked my interest in rags and ragtime. Over the last several years  we have developed percussion ensembles  involving steel drums and marimbas,  subsequently introducing Balinese Gamelan  Gongs and other drums. Here are  some  examples of the different ensembles:  A Bag of Rags   Black and White Rag    Creole Belles   Hungarian Rag Jolly Jingles       Operatic Rag               Paragon Rag    Rag-Time Chimes
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 All rights to the contents of this site are retained © 2004-2015 by Download2MP3 under UK law
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Donationware - How it works

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.
More Info

Updated Ensembles

Classical Music Ensembles

On this site we employ a range of different ensembles to replace the original classical music ensembles for which they were composed. More details about the range of  classical music ensembles can be found at Wikipedia. The backbone of our New World ensembles is a synthesized steel band which stands in for violins and violas, ocarina and pan flutes for the woodwind and Marimba for cello and double bass.  Special percussion such as bells and timpani are reproduced by specific synthesizers when they are required.  Faure's Fantasie No 1 Mozart Piano Quartet K478 Rondo:Allegro Faure's Barcarolle Beethoven's Turkish March For piano, organ or harpsichord pieces we generally use other percussion instruments such as the marimba, vibraphone or a harp. JS Bach's Toccata No2 in C Minor BWV 911 Beethoven's Bagatelle No2 Scarlatti's Harpsichord Sonata K531 Allegro

Ragtime Music Ensembles

Ragtime music was originally composed and published for piano. Subsequently there have been many arrangements for Jazz ensembles of various sizes and shapes and also for guitar solo or in a few cases guitar duet. It was some of those guitar arrangements that first sparked my interest in rags and ragtime. Over the last several years we have developed percussion ensembles involving steel drums and marimbas, subsequently introducing Balinese Gamelan Gongs and other drums. Here are  some examples of the different ensembles: A Bag of Rags   Black and White Rag    Creole Belles   Hungarian Rag Jolly Jingles       Operatic Rag               Paragon Rag    Rag-Time Chimes
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