Tiësto* ‎– Adagio For Strings

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Magik Muzik ‎– Magik Muzik 823-5
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A1 Adagio For Strings (Danjo & Styles Remix)
Remix – Danjo & Styles*
11:22
B1 Adagio For Strings (Phynn Remix)
Remix – Phynn
8:18

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  • Barcode: 8 715197 082358

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Magik Muzik 824-5 Tiësto* Adagio For Strings(12") Magik Muzik Magik Muzik 824-5 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
NEBDJ068 Tiësto* Adagio For Strings(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Nebula NEBDJ068 UK Unknown Sell This Version
Kontor446 Tiësto* Adagio For Strings(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Kontor Records Kontor446 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
NEBDJ068 Tiësto* Adagio For Strings(12", Promo) Nebula NEBDJ068 UK Unknown Sell This Version
0 6700 33252 2 6 Tiësto* Adagio For Strings(CD, Maxi) Nettwerk America 0 6700 33252 2 6 US 2005 Sell This Version

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psychogeentje

psychogeentje

September 28, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
At the time this was released, I was surprised how people liked this version of "Adagio for Strings" that much, while there existed already the superb William Orbit - Barber's Adagio for Strings (Ferry Corsten Remix), from back in 1999. For me, Tiësto stole it from the Corsten remix, not that much from the original classic masterpiece. So on this one, haters are as ridiculous as the lovers of the record. Me I try to rest neutral, but never liked it anyway...
iLL_WiLL

iLL_WiLL

May 15, 2011
A lot of haters, especially for such a high rated release, I don't really understand. How can you say Tiesto ruined Barber's "Adagio"? Two totally different songs. Yes, he definitely sampled it and used it to make a new song, but most music today and probably most of your favorites whatever genre, whether from the classic rock era or even further were samples of songs from previous generations and totally different genres. I think what people miss is that Tiesto was trying to make a great classic like Adagio more accessible to a new generation. How many trance fans really appreciate classical music? Not too many. If nothing else, it's Tiesto's a tribute to Barber, and a damn good one in my opinion.