How do you feel about composers' works being transcribed by other composers or musically-enabled people? It seems everyone from Stokowski to Feinberg has taken a popular work and rescored it for piano, orchesra, voice... and surely this horrifies those who think manuscripts should be sacrosanct. I sort of enjoy transcriptions myself, though.<P>I am very fond of Bach transcribed for modern orchestra a la Stokowski. Sony recently released a cd of Bach transibed by various composers and conductors. It gives a whole new dimension to the works involved. There are also many pieces by Schubert that have been transcibed by Liszt, and I enjoy those, too. If nothing else, transcription is a nice tribute to the composer, and that is in itself a valuable thing. It's my feeling that a lot of people like to hear the remix version of these popular works.<P>Does anyone have any serious beefs with the retooling of music?