Aidan Moffat with a piece fashioned from layers of ghostly vinyl crackle and eroded orchestration...
Members of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt Zion with post-orchestral bliss.
Feeding our Arthur Russell obsession, this is one of his most loved, familiar and beautiful songs.
John McCaffrey's found sounds lit up by Aaron Martin's quietly spectacular cello...
The sound of almost imperceptible paint brushing, accompanied by cello. Sublime.
Haunting songwriting augmented by dense improv and drone-based composition revolving around cello.
Impossibly dark, harrowingly submerged Cello soundscaping from Norway's Tommy Jansen.
More traditional arrangements from the bold and versatile Maria Newman.
Heart-stopping arrangement from master turntablist Janek Schaefer.
The Notwist experimenting with piano loops and the gentle contribution of Cellist Sebastian Hess.
Micro orchestrations from the super talented Peter Broderick.
At once deeply experimental and endlessly romantic, a perfectly formed masterpiece from Philip Glass.
Founding member of FSK (one of John Peel's favourite bands), with a layered Cello experiment circa 2005.
Fonal boss Sami Sänpäkkilä with 8 minutes of dense and unfurled orchestration.