I did a "Duet" with Israeli famous singer Yardena Arazi.
I wrote the violin version, if someone wants i can publish the sheet music.
I categorize this piece with the "Classical-Pop" style that I'm advancing that has the aim to combine "Catchyness" with "High level professionalism", both musically and technically.
Currently the ideas of this style are:
1. The music should be catchy as possible, And easy to listen to.
2. High level, "Classical" level performances. Both musically and technically.
3. You can edit the classical pieces as you wish- cut parts, merge, even glue different pieces etc. In orderfor it to be catchy.
4. New instruments are legitimate (as long as the high level professionalism is maintained).
5. "Relative" approach to intonation accuracy and other mistakes- better intonation is preferred and appreciated, but the Barrier for proffesional playing is decided by the player and the public- if the player and the public feel it is good enough, it is good enough.
Here's another example of piece and performance that i see as "leading Example" for the style(I'm not sure they will agree with it;)), that combines "Catchyness" with "High Level Performane":
"Tico Tico"- played by Berliner Philharmonical and Daniel Barenboim.
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