Diffusion:

 




Classical Renaissance, a team comprising the UK's leading dance producers, have drawn inspiration from some of the most beautiful pieces of classical music to create a collection of cutting edge dance classics.


......."Music evolves through experimentation and we are grateful for the support we have received from like minded pioneers.....


Guru of dance, Pete Tong, referred to our Jerusalem as 'A track that defines a new genre in dance music called classical trance.' 


Classical conductor, Graham Lea Cox, considers the album "A welcome and sophisticated interpretation of classical tunes."


We hope you agree." ....


 


Already credited as pioneering 'A new genre in dance music' Diffusion features over two hours of essential new tunes.


Inside you will find two CDs complete with detailed track guides: CD1 features a selection of unmixed singles; CD2 a seamless mix by Gat Decor. 


 


AVAILABLE on AMAZON:


  


            or in Germany: 


Diffusion-Classical-Renaissance


 


Beauty, form and timeless expression


a message from the producers


The impulse to express oneself in dance is as instinctive as it is universal. As early as medieval Europe, there were dance manias when large communities, driven by religious excitement, fell dancing in the streets and even smashed their brains against the walls. The illegal parties of the 1980s and 1990s turning to the legal festivals of today and the vibrant club scene across Europe and Ibiza have become the latest places to fall dancing.


 


The timeless expression of this passion is the dance phenomenon. Our mission has been to direct the passion of dance to classical music. There have been doubters on both sides of the fence. Classical music is, on the face of it, a consciously formal musical expression of proportion and beauty; dance an abstract musical emotion. In fusing the two we are striving to marry beautiful tunes with the emotive passion of today¹s dance phenomenon.


 


Music evolves through experimentation and we are grateful for the support we have received from like minded pioneers. Guru of dance, Pete Tong, referred to our Jerusalem as "A track that defines a new genre in dance music called classical trance." Classical conductor, Graham Lea Cox, considers the album "A welcome and sophisticated interpretation of classical tunes." We hope you agree.


With your support, we look forward to attracting more cutting edge dance producers to develop a range of sophisticated contemporary interpretations of some of the world's most beautiful pieces of music.


We hope you enjoy.


Matthew and Gideon


Summer 2000