Anthem for the Destiny’s Door

A unique and personal view around the inner vastness of a destiny. The thematic choice felt only on vocal and trumpet original stems. The rest of the orchestral arrangement was up to me. Be careful: high dynamic involved (no compressors or animals were harmed during the making of this trip…). Please, handle with care!… To my wife […]

Circular Bells (a Tubular Bells Paraphrase)

A Tubular Bells’ paraphrase for piano, orchestra and electronic devices Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 3 Clarinets, Bass Clarinet 2 Trumpets, Trombone Strings (including solo string quartet) Piano Marimba, Xylophone Celesta, Glockenspiel Harp Cymbals, Castanets, Slap Sticks, Snares, Timpani, Bass Drum (Gran Cassa) Thanks to Cipriana for her advices, title and love!

Glass Elephant / December Love Song Remix

  An intense journey around two states and feelings: love and winter… “Bon voyage!” [social_buttons facebook=”true” twitter=”true” pinterest=”true”]

Falling So Deep Into You (Justin Nozuka’s How Low Cover)

falling so deep into you [Justin Nozuka’s How Low covered by andrea riderelli] This is not James Blake nor Nicolas Jaar. This is just Andrea Riderelli getting low in his heart. Simply a Voice, an Acoustic Guitar and a Brass Octet (3 Trumpets, 2 French Horns, 2 Trombones, 1 Bass Tuba) Thank you Justin for […]

collect call

Collect Call [ A Metric’s song remixed by Andrea Riderelli ] working on this remix was this time more complex than usual. hope that worths!… the orchestration is for 2 b-clarinets, 2 bass clarinets, some flutes, viole, violoncelli and contrabbassi, percussions (timpani, bass drum/grancassa, triangle, half cymbal, celesta, some “noises” of mine) all in a […]

sliding doors

Credits: some of the used “noises” taken from a great site: thefreesoundproject [ ] » Underground approaching a station and opening its sliding doors from lorenzosu » Elevator door open close from Tomlija » London tube Hammersmith & City Line from E330 » Coffee Bar in Italian Town Main Street Caffé Del Corso Soundscape […]

well beyond reason

many, many thanks to marco boccabella for helping me with lyrics!!! have a good listening experience! cheers, andrea   A message from Philip Selway: “It was great hearing ‘Beyond Reason’ taken in so many different directions. There was so much good work to choose from. The three winners really made the song their own and […]

the remembering game

i decided for using only vocal lines and basic harmonies, using a classic string quartet (2 vlns, 1 vla, 1 vcl) and a woodwind quartet (flute, oboe, clarinet and bass clarinet). all of this in an typical “idefix” way! the idea derived from an “aching nostalgia” feeling i had often listening to the original tune. […]