Description: The second release in the "Pieces In A Modern Style" series by William Orbit.Audio source(s):CD ⇒ FLAC 44.1 kHz 16-bit ⇒ WMA 44.1 kHz 440kbps ⇒ AAC 129kbpsTracklisting:01. 00:00 Aquarium (Saint-Saens)02. 03:36 Nimrod (Elgar)03. 12:43 Alto Grove (Porpora)04. 16:40 Peer Gynt (Grieg)05. 22:11 Arioso (J.S. Bach)06. 24:47 Lark (Vaughan Williams)07. 30:35 Sonnambula (Bellini)08. 34:10 Paradisum (Faure)09. 37:47 Pavane (Faure)10. 42:34 Clavier (J.S. Bach)11. 46:59 Babbino (Puccini)12. 50:44 Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky)
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William Orbit's "Pieces In A Modern Style" in its entirety. Audio source(s): CD ⇒ FLAC 44.1 kHz 16-bit ⇒ WMA 44.1 kHz 440kbps ⇒ AAC 129kbps Tracklisting: 01. 00:00 Adagio for Strings (Samuel Barber) 02. 09:34 In a Landscape (John Cage) 03. 12:31 Ogive Number 1 (Erik Satie) 04. 19:16 Cavalleria Rusticana (Pietro Mascagni) 05. 22:35 Pavane pour une infante defunte (Maurice Ravel) 06. 28:47 L'Inverno (Antonio Vivaldi) 07. 32:44 Triple Concerto (Ludwig Van Beethoven) 08. 38:17 Xerxes (George Frideric Handel) 09. 43:00 Piece in the Old Style 1 (Henryk Gorecki) 10. 48:06 Piece in the Old Style 3 (Henryk Gorecki) 11. 53:56 Opus 132 (Ludwig Van Beethoven)
William Orbit - Pieces in a Modern Style / 2000 England Amazon Mp3 Downloads: www.amazon.de William Orbit (born William Mark Wainwright, 15 December 1956) is an English musician, composer and record producer, perhaps best known to most for his work on Madonna's album Ray of Light. He has also co-produced several unreleased Madonna songs originally recorded for other albums. He produced 13 by Blur and remixed some of the songs on the album. en.wikipedia.org Official Website: www.williamorbit.com Artwork: Sabine Schönberger Album review : After years of making his own esoteric ambient albums and paying for them by doing dance remixes for pop acts, William Orbit hit the big time in 1998 by co-writing and producing Madonna's Ray of Light album. With his own debut solo album on Madonna's label, he returned to his esoteric pursuits, programming a variety of calm classical pieces into his computer and rearranging them to one extent or another. Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings" came off relatively unscathed, but by the time he got to "Ogives Number 1" by Erik Satie, Orbit was mixing in the sounds of a helicopter, as if he were Francis Ford Coppola doing sound design work on Apocalypse Now with the Doors' "The End." Handel's "Largo from Xerxes" remained recognizable, but Beethoven's "Triple Concerto" was largely transformed. No matter whose music he was reformulating, however, Orbit worked gently, creating an album that, if it technically belonged beside Wendy Carlos' Switched ...
"This album is a follow-up to Pieces in a Modern Style. Some people climb mountains, some people play Sudoku, but I get immense pleasure from doing these re-mixes ... what drew me to classical music is the way it's put together. I love the challenge it poses and I love trying to unpick it and find out how it works ... sometimes taking diabolical liberties and sometimes being totally faithful to the original ... " - William Orbit 01. Saint-Saëns: Aquarium 02. Elgar: Nimrod 03. Porpora: Alto Giove 04. Grieg: Peer Gynt 05. JS Bach: Arioso 06. Vaughan Williams: Lark 07. Bellini: Sonnambula 08. Fauré: Paradisum 09. Fauré: Pavane 10. JS Bach: Clavier 11. Puccini: Babbino 12. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Available as: - 1-disc version - Deluxe 2-disc version - Digital exclusive version with bonus track and digital booklet For further details, see: www.deccaclassics.com www.deccaclassics.com www.deccaclassics.com Also available: www.deccaclassics.com www.deccaclassics.com orbitstreamcast.com www.deccaclassics.com www.williamorbit.com
William Orbit - Pieces in a Modern Style 2 / 2010 England (Decca Records) Amazon Mp3 Downloads: www.amazon.de William Orbit (born William Mark Wainwright, 15 December 1956) is an English musician, composer and record producer, perhaps best known to most for his work on Madonna's album Ray of Light. He has also co-produced several unreleased Madonna songs originally recorded for other albums. He produced 13 by Blur and remixed some of the songs on the album. en.wikipedia.org Official Website: www.williamorbit.com The artist most often mentioned when discussing William Orbit's classical crossover albums is Wendy Carlos, whose synthesizer pieces of Bach piqued many a college student's interest during the early '70s. But on Pieces in a Modern Style 2, Orbit's second edition in a series that also includes 2000's original, he sounds like his closest inspiration is Tomita, the Japanese synth maestro who focused less on interpreting the classical canon than conveying the emotion and feel of these pieces, in a manner that struck classical fans as dumbing down the classics, but showed non-classical listeners a little bit of what's special about the form. Orbit's style here is close to Tomita's, with Casio synth of the late-'70s variety burbling arpeggios in the background while synth-strings play the basic melody of the piece. Orbit says in the notes that he's interested in classical music because of the way it's put together, but it's difficult to understand the meaning of such a ...
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My favorite track from Orbit's latest release \"Pieces in Modern Style 2\" (2010). Good album worth buying :)
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