top of page
  • Norman Young

Ever heard a performance of Richard Strauss's Burleque for piano and orchestra?

Well, if you haven't, I've just finished making some additional changes to my earlier performance of this exciting work. I made changes to the balance between instruments and also changed the tempo in some places.

The edits took an additional day to complete, but I think the improvement was worth it.


I'd just upgraded to the latest engine and sample sets from EastWest, so this version uses the strings and horns from the new OPUS series.


Here is a link to the YouTube performance: https://youtu.be/SvAckck56Ig



If you know any budding composers looking for someone to create a performance of their works prior to sending to Orchestral Managers, then get in touch.


Sending a decent performance of a work together with the score makes all the difference these days to whether a real orchestra takes up your compositions or not.

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

I've created a performance of the fifth movement from his Gloria using just virtual instruments. The soprano solo was very difficult to do, and I combined several different types of virtual voice to t

This is my performance of the final section of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. There is another version which compares the virtual performance with a real performance on my youtube channel. This performan

I've created a short video that is a direct comparison between a real performance and a virtual performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana 'Oh Fortuna'. The vidoe switches between the two performances

bottom of page