These pieces have been sympathetically remixed on new world percussion instruments and synthesizers to crisp, sparkling effect in different ways to bring out the dynamic qualities of this music:
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Here we bring you our Fexlix Mendelssohn MP3 recording collection. Mendelssohn lived in Germany during the first half of the nineteenth century and drew on the approaches of his predecessors in the shapes of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart - an expressive classical composer inspired by Nature. He traveled repeatedly to Britain to hear his work performed and to conduct - his work shows influences from both the landscape and the culture. The Piano Concerto responded remarkably well to the combination of Mega Moog with Steel Drums reminiscent of our arrangements of the Bach fugues. In the Prelude and Fugue this combination is augmented with the Flying Sine synthesizer and makes for interesting comparisons with Bach.
For the Songs Without Words we combine a harp and flying sine synthesizer or vibraphone with the steel drums, except for the Spring Song where a Moog emulated Xylophone combines with the steel drums to create that special sound. We do not normally include files of less than two minutes duration but Kinderstück is so nice we decided to it an introductory offer to the other Songs:
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|2:13min||Free 4 Fun|