'Son of the Bebop Variations', for trumpet, trombone and tape, was written in 1992 for Håkan Hardenberger and Christian Lindberg and successfully performed by them a number of times. This is my 2012 arrangement of it for a 15-piece 'one of each' chamber orchestra including a drum kit. The soloists' material has been distributed among the ensemble, apart from the 'quasi improvvisazione' solos in the section marked 'sleazy' (at c.9'38").
It has yet to be performed, so this is my computer realisation of it — hyper-accurate, of course, but lacking a human dimension and therefore no substitute for the 'real thing'. This is a new mix with much better virtual instruments. In case you care about this kind of thing: EastWest Hollywood Orchestral Woodwind for the — yes! — woodwind; SampleModeling's brass instruments; Native Instruments Battery 3 for the drumkit and other unpitched percussion; Modartt Pianoteq for the glockenspiel, vibraphone, marimba, celesta and piano; Spitfire's Solo Strings for the violin, viola and cello; and the default solo double bass from Native Instruments Kontakt 5.