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I have this instrumental music on my computer, but it has no information attached: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5jOXzxlxbMhdEM1YWlxLTRtZTA/view

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The song is Viva (Orion Mix) by the quartet band Bond that specialises in classical crossover and synth-pop music.

Like the name suggests, this song is a remixed cover of Vivaldi. This is confirmed on this Discogs page:

Written by: Vivaldi.

The original piece is The Four Seasons, Winter, 'Allegro non molto'.

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Not sure about the details, but YouTube says it's Vivaldi, and I have no reason to disagree with them. (It's been years since I listened to any Vivaldi, but he had a very specific style he liked -- enough that people like to joke that he wrote the same concerto 500 times -- and the recording you posted definitely has that sound to it.)

It looks like they have another version of this here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nY33BLwZQjQ

  • You seem to refer to Stravinsky or probably more exact quoted here. His statement is by no means undisputed nor funny. – guidot Oct 23 '17 at 13:12
  • I stand corrected. It is never funny to mention apochryphal jokes about repetition. It is never funny to mention apochryphal jokes about repetition. It is never funny to mention apochryphal jokes about repetition. It is never funny to mention apochryphal jokes about repetition. It is never funny to mention apochryphal jokes about repetition ... – Patrick Oct 24 '17 at 19:02

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