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Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

Max Richter, Daniel Hope, Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin, André de Ridder

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Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons  
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Spring 0
Max Richter; Max Richter; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
0:42
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Spring 1
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
2:32
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Spring 2
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
3:19
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Spring 3
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
3:09
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Summer 1
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
4:11
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Summer 2
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
3:59
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Summer 3
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
5:01
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Autumn 1
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
5:42
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Autumn 2
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
3:08
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Autumn 3
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
1:45
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Winter 1
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Raphael Alpermann; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
3:01
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Winter 2
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
2:51
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Winter 3
Max Richter; Max Richter; Daniel Hope; Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin; André de Ridder
4:39
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Shadow 1
Max Richter; Max Richter
3:53
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Shadow 2
Max Richter; Max Richter
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Shadow 3
Max Richter; Max Richter
3:33
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Shadow 4
Max Richter; Max Richter
2:33
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Shadow 5
Max Richter; Max Richter
3:01
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Total Playing Time    59:29
"... Richter has given The Four Seasons an avant-garde update."
- The Guardian

"Inventive orchestra and solo sonorities ... beguiling, intriguing fun."
- BBC Music Magazine

"... an amalgamation of Richter’s new composition and Vivaldi’s familiar work in a fresh piece of music."
- Gramophone

Vivaldi Recomposed is Max Richter’s highly acclaimed 2014 reworking of The Four Seasons, the best-selling classical work of all time. Mixing the technological and the traditional, Richter sheds new light on this timeless masterpiece with his unique recomposition for violin, chamber orchestra and Moog synthesizer.

"The Four Seasons is an omnipresent piece of music like no other part of our musical landscape. I hear it in the supermarket regularly, am confronted with it in adverts or hear it as Muzak when on hold. The challenge was to create a new score, an experimental hybrid that is current but simultaneously preserves the original spirit of this great work. I literally wrote myself into Vivaldi’s score."
- Max Richter
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Studio Masters

Producer: Max Richter
Recording engineer: Neil Hutchinson
Recording Studio: b-sharp, Berlin, March 12 and 13, 2012

Mixed by: Neil Hutchinson, Max Richter
Edited by: Jenni Whiteside
Mastering engineer: Mandy Parnell
Project management: Matthias Schneider
Product management: Felix Festal

Shadows (Tracks 14 - 18) mixed and produced by Max Richter

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