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Various: Bio

The History of Classical Music in 24 Hours        

Red Hot + Bach        

Jazz and the Philharmonic

The Runaway Bunny           

Miles Espanol         

Jazz Roots | Music Of The Americas        

CTI: California Concert: The Hollywood Palladium       

CTI Records: The Cool Revolution
Poetic License         

Songs of the African Coast

Children's Classics 

Miles From India    

Lift Every Voice        

Rodgers & Hammerstein/Allegro

1 Grieg - Peer Gynt (Death Of Aase) - Solomon Grey's Paradise Lost Rework  
2 Bach - Prelude And Fugue In C - Ulrich Schnauss Rework  
3 Faure - Requiem (Sanctus) - Faultline Rework  
4 Satie - Requiem (Sanctus) - Faultline Rework  
5 Debussy - String Quartet (Assez Vif Et Bien Bien Rythme) Henrik Schwarz Rework  
6 Reich - Six Pianos - Mr Scruff Rework  
7 Schubert - Schwanengesang (Standchen) - Kate Simko Remix  
8 Satie - 4 Preludes Flasques - Fort Romeau Rework  
9 Holst - The Planets (Neptune) - Thomas Gandey's Cosmix Rework  
10 Satie - Gnossienne No.4 - Martin Buttrich Remix  
11 Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence - Francesco Tristano Rework  
12 Reich - Drumming [Drumming] - Patrice Baumel Rework Edit  
13 Rachmaninov - Vespers - Bogoroditse Devo (All-Night Vigil) Alberto Bof Rework  

re:works is the result of a groundbreaking project that sees the rich catalogue of Decca Classics being opened to some of the world's foremost electronic producers, including Mr Scruff, Starkey, Henrik Schwarz, Fort Romeau, Patrice Bamuel, Martin Buttrich and Kate Simko. Re:works seeks to further establish the common ground between the historic and modern day aspects of musical composition, opening the hallowed Decca vaults-including works by Rachmaninov, Satie, Holst, and more-- to a selection of seminal electronic artists.  Ranging from the experimental to the more recognizable 4/4 structures of house and techno, Re:works elicits the full range of emotion – from the heartbreaking to the ecstatic – over the course of 13 extraordinary tracks.