The Zarjaz | Chandos Anthem 9, O Praise the Lord With One Consent

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Chandos Anthem 9, O Praise the Lord With One Consent

by The Zarjaz

Electronic, 300 year old classical music for modern audiences (that the music industry is trying to catch onto but never quite making it) keeping the integrity of the music and the time it was written.
Genre: Classical: Baroque
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Classical electrocution of G. F. Handel's Chandos Anthem 9, O Praise The Lord With One Consent.

With the music industry catching up to The Zarjaz in making music for modern audiences but never quite making it, with Pop Star to opera Star on the TV, Il Divo in the Rock And Pop section of HMV and Myleen Klass saying "classical is cool" at the Classical Brit Awards, never has the world more needed the Zarjaz.

Compared to the music of Wendy Carlos, The Zarjaz electronic music of antiquity is far more than that. Where Wendy Carlos initially issued electronic classical music in a way to promote the versatility of Moog synthesizers, The Zarjaz decided that not only was there a place for classical music for modern audiences, it was essential. At the same time The Zarjaz feel it is also essential to uphold and protect the integrity of the music and the way it was originally written and they do this by excluding drums and some digital effects that would place notes in the music that were not originally written there, a fairly unique concept. The Zarjaz argue that if pianos and digital recording techniques are acceptable within the classical music scene, so should synthesizers be accepted and it is hypocritical they are not.

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