Though dormant for some time, today I’ve revived the site with a new upload:
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Enchanted by Camille Saint-Saëns’s work for solo piano, “Carillon”, I recently decided to have a go at arranging the work for different instrumentations, resulting in both an orchestral arrangement and an arrangment for string quintet (2vn, va, vc, cb). In the end I think each, these as well as the piano original, has a certain charm of its own, though perhaps I’m biased: what do you think?
A third addition, I have also arranged Saint-Saëns’ Toccata (Op. 72, no. 3) as a work for string quintet (the original having been, again, for solo piano).