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Classical's craziest arrangements

The right instruments, not necessarily in the right order... Read more…

When growing up, you're often told simply: "you can't do that". In the workplace it becomes, "that's not possible" – or, for provocative artists, "that's in bad taste".

It's time to leave all that behind, though. Let's revel in some musical craziness. Interpretations of music that not only leave behind the original instrumentation, but put place instruments into the spotlight that one certainly wouldn't have expected for this or that piece of music.

"Night on Bare Mountain" for horns and percussion, the 'Tannhäuser' Pilgrims Chorus for guitar, the 'Kaiserwalzer' for male voices… all that and much more!

Playlist by Arno Lücker

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