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In Pop music you usually hear the time period «cowl music,» which means one artist performing a music by one other artist and giving it their very own spin. This has been happening for hundreds of years, besides that in Classical music, it is normally referred to as an association or transcription. For instance, harpsichordist Christophe Rousset discovered the manuscript of a Madame Théobon that features keyboard preparations of airs and tunes from Lully operas. Magdalena Hoffmann proves Chopin waltzes and Discipline nocturnes sound as stunning on the harp as they do on the piano. Nearer to the concept of a canopy music, Jacqui Dankworth and the Brodsky Quartet (pictured above) give us songs by Elvis Costello and Sting in addition to some unique ones.

Amy Andersson – Girls Warriors: The Voices of Change

Apollo’s Hearth, Jeannette Sorrell – O Jerusalem! Metropolis of Three Faiths

Benjamin Appl, James Baillieu – Schubert: Winterreise

Emanuel Ax, Leonidas Kavakos, Yo-Yo Ma – Beethoven for Three: Symphonies Nos. 2 and 5

Le Banquet Céleste, Damien Guillon – Purcell: Royal Odes

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet – Haydn: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 10

Belcea Quartet, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Tabea Zimmermann – Brahms: String Sextets

Ian Bostridge – Tormento d’Amore

David Briggs, Rupert Marshall-Luck – Vaughan Williams: Transcriptions from Truro

Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble, George Vosburgh – Richard Strauss: The Glad Workshop; Serenade Op. 7

Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, William Vann, Joshua Ryan – Vaughan Williams: Earth’s Extensive Bounds

Claremont Trio – Queen of Hearts

Concerto Scirocco – Music for the Eyes: Masques and Fancies

Jacqui Dankworth, Brodsky Quartet – Rocking Horse Highway

Iestyn Davies, Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen – Bach: Gott soll allein mein Herze haben; Geist und Seele wird verwirret; Buxtehude: Klag-Lied

Francesca Dego, Francesca Leonardi – Mozart: Violin Sonatas KV 301, KV 303, KV 305, & KV 454

David Deveau – Schubert: Sonatas D 959 & D 960

Joyce DiDonato, Il Pomo d’Oro, Maxim Emelyanychev – Eden

Doric String Quartet, Timothy Ridout – Mendelssohn: The String Quintets

John Eliot Gardiner, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists – Bach: St. John Ardour

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Rachmaninoff

Cristina Gómez Godoy, West-Jap Divan Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim – Mozart, Strauss: Oboe Concertos

Michael Halász, Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra – Vanhal: Symphonies, Vol. 5

Angela Hewitt – Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Op. 106 ‘Hammerklavier’, Op. 111

Magdalena Hoffmann – Nightscapes for Harp

Fenella Humphreys, Joseph Tong – Jean Sibelius: Works for Violin & Piano

Peter Jablonski – Peter Jablonski performs Grazyna Bacewicz Piano Works

Gidon Kremer – Mieczyslaw Weinberg: Sonatas for Violin Solo

Theotime Langlois de Swarte, Les Ombres – Violin Concertos: Leclair, Vivaldi, Locatelli

Elisabeth Leonskaja – Mozart: Full Piano Sonatas

Jan Lisiecki – Night time Music

Valentina Lisitsa – 1908

Reginald Mobley, Agave Baroque – American Originals: A New World, A New Canon

Cyrielle Ndjiki, Kaoli Ono – Muses éternelles

Andris Nelsons, Gewandhaus Orchestra – Bruckner: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 5; Wagner: Tristan und Isolde – Prelude & Liebestod

Hervé Niquet, Orchestre de l’Opéra de Rouen Normandie – Saint-Saëns: Phryné

Rebeca Omordia – African Pianism

Modestas Pitrenas, Deutsches Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz – Ernst von Dohnányi: Concertos; Variations on a Nursery Music

Hila Plitmann, Sangeeta Kaur, Danaë Vlasse – Danaë Xanthe Vlasse: Mythologies

Ivo Pogorelich – Chopin

Sondra Radvanovsky – Donizetti: The Three Queens

Jean Rondeau – Bach: Goldberg Variations

Christophe Rousset – Le Manuscrit de Madame Théobon: Lully & Others

Sandbox Percussion – Seven Pillars

Nadine Sierra, RAI Nationwide Symphony Orchestra, Riccardo Frizza – Made for Opera

Skylark – It is a Lengthy Method

John Storgårds, Lapland Chamber Orchestra- Hans Abrahamsen: Schnee; 10 Canons for 9 Devices

Klaus Tennstedt, Jessye Norman, London Philharmonic Orchestra – Strauss: 5 Songs; Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme; Salome (excerpts)

Francesco Tristano – On Early Music

Laura van der Heijden, Jâms Coleman – Pohádka: Tales from Prague to Budapest

Choir of Westminster Abbey, James O’Donnell, Peter Holder – Dove, Weir, Martin

Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Masaaki Suzuki – Nicolaus Bruhns: Cantatas and Organ Works, Vol. 1

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