Composing the credit crunch


Is this the first classical composition inspired by the credit crunch? Last Tuesday the former bosses of two of Britain's biggest banks went through the motions of publicly apologising for bringing the country to its knees. Tonus Peregrinus, who are better known for their Perotin and their Pärt, have recorded a 'mash-up' of the banker's apologies. Listen to it here.

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