Swedish House Mafia Drop New collaboration

Swedish House Mafia share "One Symphony" collaboration with Jacob Mühlrad. The track is now available via streaming services
Swedish House Mafia share "One Symphony" collaboration with Jacob Mühlrad

Swedish House Mafia have unveiled a new symphonic rework of their enduring classic “One” in collaboration with Jacob Mühlrad. The “One Symphony” was recomposed by the Swedish art music composer, whom the group tapped for the collaboration on the strength of his meteoric rise in the global modern classical scene, including his substantial choral work Time (2018), the recording of which was issued in 2021 on Deutsche Grammophon as part of his debut album, making him only the second Swede to ever be published by the classical music label. “Having Jacob’s world meet ours has always been on our minds,” state Swedish House Mafia. “His interpretation of ‘One’ is absolutely incredible and we are so happy to finally release it to the world.”

“I felt very inspired and honored when I received the commission,” states Mühlrad. “My starting point in writing ‘One Symphony’ was to use the beautiful simplicity of the main melody originally written as a downward scale movement within the interval of a 5th. The 5th is an interval that exists in all musical traditions in the world. I felt an urge to keep trying to keep the gesture both rhythmically and melodically and vary it as much as possible. At some point the music took over my concept and ‘One Symphony’ revealed itself.” Among his forthcoming works is a new choir piece commissioned by an acclaimed choir from every continent of the world (except the Arctic). The piece is called Pi and the 100 first decimals of the number, a mathematical constant, is being set to music in Mühlrad’s new piece.

Swedish House Mafia, reunited last year with a trio of new singles (their collaboration with The Weekend “Moth To A Flame,” “Lifetime (ft. Ty Dolla $ign & 070 Shake),” and “It Gets Better”).

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