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Trinity Orchestra plays Daft Punk

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Uploaded on Apr 27, 2011

On 18 February 2011, Trinity Orchestra, the only fully student run orchestra in Ireland, played Daft Punk's album 'Discovery', the first ever live full orchestral performance of the music of Daft Punk. This video features the medley of Daft Punk's greatest hits that was played as an encore.

Music by Daft Punk, featuring One More Time, Aerodynamic, Da Funk, Superheroes, Around The World, Crescendolls and Digital Love.
Composed by Thomas Bangalter, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Anthony Moore, Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer, Carlos Sosa, George Duke
Arranged and conducted by Rob Farhat
Band members: Neil Crowley, Elis Cziernak, Dan Forde, Rob Kearns, Barry O'Halpin
Singers: Ciaran Duffy, Robbie Kitt, Peter McNamara
Choir: Trinity Singers
Video directed and edited by Tom Speers
Filming: Matt Harris, Tom Speers, Callum Swift, Tiernan Kennedy, Kevin Shannon
Recording Engineers: Brian Fogarty, Alex Dunne, Stephen Fitzpatrick (Hyp Studio)
Live Sound: John Kearns

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