Here's the next "Piano Puzzler," a weekly segment from Fred Child's daily Performance Today classical music radio show on American Public Radio, with the wonderful talent of Bruce Adolphe.
Adolphe arranges some popular piece of music in the style of a classical composer, and a caller has to guess both, with the always cheerful assistance of Child. Usually the caller is some random lover of music who might still be involved in the fringes. Today though the is Alan Fletcher, a composer himself and the president and CEO of the Aspen Music Festival.
I'm happy to say that this is one of the rare Puzzlers where I got both correct. So, that means you probably have a chance as you play along. The audio player below will show that this piece runs 13:06 -- ignore that. For some reason, when this podcast was downloaded, they ran the same episode back-to-back. It's only a little over six minutes.
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