DEVIL'S GALOP (Dick Barton Theme) + COMEDY TWIST | Rainer Hersch Orkestra

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'The Devil's Galop' given the comedy treatment by comedian & conductor Rainer Hersch. The funniest classical music on the web. Check out what happens at 02:14

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Rainer Hersch and his 'Orkestra' perform the iconic 'Devil's Galop' by Charles Williams. From Tchaikovsky to Titanic, Rainer and his band of madcap virtuosi deliver 'the funniest concert you will ever see' (Time Out).

Charles Williams (1893–1978) was born in London and was a violinist in concert, theatre and cinema orchestras before becoming a musical director in theatres and cinemas. He composed and conducted a wealth of short ‘mood’ pieces for the Chappell Recording Library. Many of these gained wide familiarity through their use as radio and television signature tunes. The suitably exciting Devil’s Galop (NB not 'gallop') was used as the signature tune for the radio serial Dick Barton—Special Agent. Dick Barton was a radio programme broadcast by the BBC in the of1940s.

This performance took place at Rainer's annual New Year's Eve Bash at Cadogan Hall, London. BE THERE at the next one:

A trained conductor and pianist, British stand-up comedian Rainer Hersch has performed on every comedy stage in the UK and in more than thirty countries across the world. He has conducted many orchestras including the St Petersburg Philharmonic, the London Philharmonia, the City of Birmingham Symphony, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Queensland and Tasmanian Symphony. He is responsible for YouTube hits such as "Orchestra plays Microsoft Windows™ - the waltz" to "The Funniest Classical Orchestra Ever" - this is the guy that actually does on a concert stage what others just talk about. To find out what Rainer did next

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