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Posted: Jan. 05 2008, 17:01

mundomikeoldfield.com has interviewed Marcel Bergmann about his adaptation of Tubular Bells for 4 pianos. A CD of the performance should be released on Brilliant Classics.

Update Jan 14: www.tubularbells4piano.com offers official information and 4 samples of the recording.

Update Feb 26: Brilliant Classics has released the CD, which is available at Amazon.com, Amazon.ca and Amazon.co.uk.
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Posted: Jan. 15 2008, 06:08

:O  :)  Ohhh yeah ! It seems to be a really nice arrangement ! I love the Duo Sonare's version for two acoustic guitars but i think i love this one too ! Thanks !  ;)
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Posted: Jan. 15 2008, 06:09

This sound great, gives the music some bizarre avant-garde sound. The dynamics and nature of Tubular Bells fit the piano very well. I have a copy of Orchestral TB and it feels sloppy and lazy (On the other hand I´ve heard Orchestral HR and its pastoral nature really shines with an orchestra, feels like Delius or Elgar; british late-romantic countryside atmosphere).
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