Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Royal orchestra acknowledge errors – Göteborgs-Posten

The head of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra makes around and admits that the arrangement for the song Joyful, Joyful , which was played at the Prince wedding, actually taken from the movie Sister Act the second

Earlier this week could GC tell about the emotion that followed on Twitter after Samuel Ljungblahd forward gospel Joyful, Joyful on Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist’s wedding. It was namely ii wedding’s guides that song based on Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony was an arrangement of the Swede Anders Neglin.

This appreciation was not of American composer Mervyn Warren. According to him had kungabröllopets music accountable norpat his version of the song from the movie Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit , where it will be performed by Lauryn Hill. Warren brought the accusation through Twitter, and was supported by many.

Listen: A comparison between the songs
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Anders Neglin chose himself not comment on the criticism, but Stefan Forsberg, who is director of the Royal Philharmonic and the wedding’s music program told Aftonbladet that there is no basis for criticism.

Now do however Forsberg completely and says to P3 News that Mervyn Warren was right and that credden for the song will go to him.

– It’s his version which was the model, it is the one we have recorded up .

When the reporter asked why not Warren’s name then was included in the program or in the transmission, says Stefan Forsberg that it simply moves on a miss.

– There is a human error . Warren would have stood as the organizer or creator, and we would have called it an orchestration or processing of Warren’s materials.


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