Four seasons recomposed

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Re-interpretations of great works of classical music by major artists of the electronic scene. An album that is part of a series released by the Deutsche Grammophon label. Max Richter, an English composer of minimalist music living in Berlin, world-renowned for his work on the soundtrack of the film Waltz with Bashir, set out to deeply respect Vivaldi's original work, while infusing it with all the modernity of his vision. The work is performed by the renowned Daniel Hope. This album, after having sold over 60,000 copies, has been given a new look. - 4 remixes. - 5 "shadows" (5 new titles written for Recomposed's live performances, such as sound and visual interludes illustrating Vivaldi's work) - 50 minutes of a concert taped in Berlin in December 2013.

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Performer: Daniel Hope
Release date: April 2014