I hope you enjoy the selection. I'm particularly pleased to include the incredible version of Thomas Tallis's 'Spem in Alium', recorded in isolation - yet still so powerfully and dynamically - by the brilliant choral ensemble Stile Antico. The music famously has 40 individual parts, and the video illustrates how they multiply themselves up from 12. Sublime.
Stay safe and well.
Dr John - 'Locked Down'
R Strauss: 'Burlesque in D minor for Piano & Orchestra' - Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Herbert Blomstedt
The Bar-Kays - 'Holy Ghost'
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - 'Dirt'
Miles Davis - 'Spanish Key'
Michael Chapman - 'The Last Polish Breakfast'
Cymande - 'Dove'
John Adams: 'The Chairman Dances' - San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart
Cavern of Anti-Matter - 'traces'
Max Richter - 'November'
Booker T & the MGs - 'Melting Pot'
Stile Antico - Tallis: 'Spem in Alium'
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