Arranged for seven cellos by cellist & composer Emily Burridge
Emily Burridge is a virtuoso cellist, with a reputation for deft improvisational and composing skills
creating sublime music, fluidly crossing genres.
With this release Emily has returned to her classical origins and in keeping in line with her multi
tracking mellow cello music has arranged the “Canon” by Johann Pachelbel for seven individual cello
The root of the arrangement is very much in keeping with Pachelbel’s original score and in addition
Emily has composed three featured cello parts which fluidly interweave harmonies and rhythms.
Single length: 4:07
Distributor: Horus Music Ltd
Genres: Instrumental. Classical, Easy Listening.
About Emily Burridge
Emily Burridge is a virtuoso cellist, composer, performer & producer whose deft improvisational and compositional skills create sublime music, fluidly crossing genres both classical and contemporary.
Through integrating modern sampling technology with the ‘cello Emily has developed an exciting and innovative program of new music for the cello.
With looping pedals operated by her feet Emily can play the cello, record harmonies and create multi tracked compositions live.
In the hands of Emily, this instrument becomes a voice for her personal experiences, her emotions, and her thoughts as she amalgamates in her productions and collaborations melodies, rhythms, sounds from her field recordings, and various instruments.
“In her compositions, Emily is capable of gathering, in a truly spontaneous way, elements derived from her classical upbringing, together those coming from the ethnic musics she has lived with.”
Her music was described in The Musician as “fascinating and unique” and in Europe – European Progressive Music “music that is deep, thoughtful and also lifts your spirits”