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Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions Preview: Pokémon YouTubers give sneak peek

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Dreams of electric Bulbasaur
Nov 13, 2005
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Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions Preview: Pokémon YouTubers give sneak peek

At the end of June, The Pokémon Company International announced Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions, a special live orchestral concert tour showcasing memorable music from throughout the history of the Pokémon franchise, and featuring all-new musical orchestral arrangements. With only a month to go until the first Symphonic Evolutions concert in Washington, DC on August 15th, exclusive concert preview tracks have been posted to YouTube, with more previews set to be revealed over the coming days.

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Pallet Town was okay, but that Silph Corp was gross.
It's a bit weird that GlitchxCity is promoting someone else's work, which is arguably of lower quality than her own remixes. I wouldn't pay to listen to this.
Huh, I was getting jealous that my state wasn't getting any video game music orchestra treatment, but the comments seem to make me change my mind.
I hope it's not going to be all gen I music, I mean gen I is ok but I'd like to hear something else I haven't hard from most Youtubers... (Like Pokemon Reorchastrated who has done just about all of Gen I and it is damn good!) But it is live and you get to do meet ups so that's cool!

Since TheJWittz has said that if it proves popular it could expand I hope a lot of people would go because it would be awesome to have this sort of thing across the world, maybe it could reach Australia! That would be awesome!
Even though a couple of the Youtube comments are a little depressing.
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