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Arranger Mordechai Rechtman declares: "If it doesn’t sound like an original, it is not a good arrangement”.
Born 1926, Rechtman has shared the stage with most of the musical giants of the 20th century. With his unmatched experience in arranging and over 200 arrangements in print with publishers all over the world, Rechtman has enriched the performance options of piano, violin, and cello concertos, as well as select symphonies, by arranging these great works for reduced orchestras, string orchestras and string chamber ensembles. His reduced orchestra arrangements are balanced to sound better than the original when smaller string ensembles needs to be used and to fit better in smaller halls.
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