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Markus Reuter's Todmorden 513, orchestra style

Here's an excerpt from Todmorden 513: Concerto for Orchestra, an orchestrated version of Markus Reuter's 2011 electronic collection Todmorden 513 performed by the Colorado Chamber Orchestra with orchestration and musical direction by Thomas A. Blomster.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-05-29


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Related artist(s): Markus Reuter

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