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    First "Beaten Up Bach", Now "Hotted Up Haydn"..

    About a month ago I Beat Up Bach (ie spiced up his Toccata with drums'n'Bass).
    Lordy, now I've attacked Haydn
    Help, I can't stop this violence

    This is Haydn's Symphony 102, Last movement. I played it into Cubase from the score. Then the fun part began....

    Two versions -

    Hot Haydn extract - just the first bit (2Mb)

    Hot Haydn - the complete movement (9Mb)

    Please forgive me, Mr. Haydn...

    Jon Raybould

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    Blimey!

    Ol' Franz Joe is spinning in his vault like a top!

    This is just delightful. I think old Papa Haydn would have appreciated this. I know that I certainly do. Thanks for your efforts, Englishman and thank you for posting it. Thoroughly enjoyable! You are a talented and skillful bloke.

    LGA
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: First "Beaten Up Bach", Now "Hotted Up Haydn"..

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Blimey!

    Ol' Franz Joe is spinning in his vault like a top!

    This is just delightful. I think old Papa Haydn would have appreciated this. I know that I certainly do. Thanks for your efforts, Englishman and thank you for posting it. Thoroughly enjoyable! You are a talented and skillful bloke.

    LGA
    Hi Lazboy!!!

    Thanks for the thanks. (Talented? Skillful? Look in the mirror!!!) I appreciate your appreciation
    Best
    Jon

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    Love it!

    But you know -- even without the percussion, Jon, this'd be a sprightly and very solid rendition of this movement.

    One minor mix-fix suggestion... I'm listening on headphones and there are a few places where the percussion (cymbals) is very far separated out to one side.

    Top-flight, Jon!

    David
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