Sounds like Titanic
This has made my morning
Nice work if you can get it! And what would you call music that combines classical with rap?
Label for music that combines classical with rap?
If the audience approves I'd suggest Claptrap. But it's in the article...
According to the Guardian:
Oh my, classical music has turned into pop!
Music that combines classical with rap is often called...."rap". Rap Producers have been sampling classical music for a while now, with some pretty good results, and some misses.
Vulture suggests it's Tim Janis:
Thanks Lydia - I've never come across him before but I think his music could benefit from a bit more rap in the claptrap.
Many years ago a local pro string quartet had a slot on local TV where they were seen playing live, and from memory, part of a Mozart quartet in a field in the nearby countryside. It sounded most realistic but I couldn't see the microphones.
This kind of thing really pushes my buttons.
In a sufficiently large auditorium, such as Michael mentioned, or a 2000 seat concert hall, there will be an observable time lag for an observer at the back of the hall between what he sees on the stage and what he hears. For example, the cymbals player will have ceased moving his cymbals before his sound reaches the back of the auditorium.
Trevor, miming for TV was standard practice.
I suspect that whom ever recorded the music he used in this scam, most likely without paying any royalties, would like to have a word or two with him. Mankind will never cease to amaze me.
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