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Choreography
Studio album by Vanessa-Mae
Released 18 October 2004
Genre Techno/Acoustic/Classical
Length 43:18
Label EMI
Vanessa-Mae chronology
The Ultimate Vanessa-Mae
(2003)
Choreography
(2004)

Choreography is a Vanessa-Mae album featuring work by Vangelis, Bill Whelan, A. R. Rahman, Tolga Kashif, and Walter Taieb. She performs with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

"Emerald Tiger" is a composition by Riverdance's Whelan, a sort of Irish/Asian fusion. "Raga's Dance", by film composer Rahman, is a piece that mixes Carnatic instruments and vocals to a large symphonic orchestration. "Bolero for Violin and Orchestra" is a tribute to Ravel's Boléro, and it features a darbuka. "Tribal Gathering" is a minimalist composition in the vein of John Adams but with a live Afro percussion rhythm beneath. "Bolero", "Tango de los Exilados", and "Tribal Gathering" were composed by the European composer Walter Taieb (The Alchemist's Symphony). The track "Handel's Minuet" was produced by Vanessa-Mae, and is the first, and currently only, track she has ever produced for one of her own albums.

Track listing

  1. "Sabre Dance" (Aram Khachaturian) – 6:01
  2. "Roxane's Veil" (Vangelis) – 4:42
  3. "Bolero for Violin and Orchestra" (Walter Taieb) – 5:06
  4. "Tango de los Exilados" (Walter Taieb) – 3:55
  5. "The Havana Slide" (Jon Cohen) – 3:45
  6. "Emerald Tiger" (Bill Whelan) – 3:50
  7. "Tribal Gathering" (Walter Taieb & Vanessa-Mae) – 3:37
  8. "Raga's Dance" (A.R. Rahman) – 5:26
  9. "Moroccan Roll" (Jon Cohen, Kad Achouri & Vanessa-Mae) – 3:08
  10. "Handel's Minuet" (George Friederic Handel) – 3:50

Choreography
Choreography cover
Studio album by Vanessa-Mae
Released October 2004
Genre Techno/Acoustic/Classical
Length 43:18
Label EMI
Vanessa-Mae chronology
The Ultimate Vanessa-Mae
(2003)
Choreography
(2004)

Choreography is a Vanessa-Mae album featuring work by Vangelis, Bill Whelan, A. R. Rahman, Tolga Kashif, and Walter Taieb. She performs with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

“Emerald Tiger” is a composition by Riverdance’s Whelan, a sort of Irish/Asian fusion. “Raga’s Dance”, by film composer Rahman, is a piece that mixes Carnatic instruments and vocals to a large symphonic orchestration. “Bolero for Violin and Orchestra” is a tribute to Ravel’s’s Boléro, and it features a darbuka. “Tribal Gathering” is a minimalist composition in the vein of John Adams but with a live Afro percussion rhythm beneath. “Bolero”, “Tango de los Exilados”, and “Tribal Gathering” were composed by the European composer Walter Taieb (The Alchemist’s Symphony). The track "Handel's Minuet" was produced by Vanessa-Mae, and is the first, and currently only, track she has ever produced for one of her own albums.

Track listing

  1. “Sabre Dance” (Aram Khachaturian) – 6:01
  2. “Roxane’s Veil” (Vangelis) – 4:42
  3. “Bolero for Violin and Orchestra” (Walter Taieb) – 5:06
  4. “Tango de los Exilados” (Walter Taieb) – 3:55
  5. “The Havana Slide” (Jon Cohen) – 3:45
  6. “Emerald Tiger” (Bill Whelan) – 3:50
  7. “Tribal Gathering” (Walter Taieb & Vanessa-Mae) – 3:37
  8. “Raga’s Dance” (A.R. Rahman) – 5:26
  9. “Moroccan Roll” (Jon Cohen, Kad Achouri & Vanessa-Mae) – 3:08
  10. “Handel’s Minuet” (George Friederic Handel) – 3:50

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