Richard Niles's History Of Pop Arranging

Richard Niles presents a seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

Episodes

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07 LASTRichard Carpenter, Nick Ingman And Arif Mardin20030304

This edition focuses on the work of Richard Carpenter, Nick Ingman and Arif Mardin

0101An Introduction20030121

Richard Niles presents a seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

0102The Early Days20030128

Richard Niles presents a seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

0103Motown And Stax20030204

A seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

3: The work of Motown arranger David Van de Pitte and Memphis Horn Wayne Jackson.

The work of Motown arranger David Van de Pitte and Memphis Horn Wayne Jackson

0104Philly20030211

A seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit. 4: The work of Philly arranger Bobby Martin and musician and arranger Pee Wee Ellis.

The work of Philly arranger Bobby Martin and musician and arranger Pee Wee Ellis.

0105Richard Carpenter, Barry Manilow, Arif Mardin And Jimmie Haskell20030218

A seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

5: The work of arrangers Richard Carpenter, Barry Manilow, Arif Mardin and Jimmie Haskell.

The work of arrangers Richard Carpenter, Barry Manilow, Arif Mardin and Jimmie Haskell

0106John Altman And Anne Dudley20030225

A seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

6: This edition focuses on the work of arranger John Altman and Art of Noise arranger Anne Dudley.

This edition focuses on the work of arranger John Altman and Art of Noise arranger Anne Dudley

0107Richard Carpenter, Nick Ingman And Arif Mardin20030304

A seven-part series in which musicians talk about the art of arranging a pop hit.

7: This edition focuses on the work of Richard Carpenter, Nick Ingman and Arif Mardin