String arrangements are an integral part of Wired Strings identity. Their unusual talent for improvisation and their collaboration with artist and producer creates lush, organic and unique backing tracks for rock and pop through to R ‘n B and Hip Hop.
Rosie Danvers Arranged and Recorded the strings for the Raleigh Ritchie song ‘Stronger Than Ever’ which was featured extensively by ITV, 2014
Rosie has continued her collaboration with Ritchie and written and recorded several arrangements for his forthcoming debut album.
Strings Arranged by Rosie Danvers, Performed by Wired Strings, Strings produced by TommyD, track Produced by Justin Broad and Paul Herman, Engineered by Nick Taylor and Recorded at Air Edel, London, 2014.
String Arrangement written by Rosie Danvers, String session producer TommyD, Engineered by Nick Taylor and recorded at Air Edel, London, 2016
Wired Strings in the studio with Adele
Rosie Danvers collaborated with Adele on her debut album, '19' in October 2007. Danvers wrote and recorded the string arrangement for the stand out track, 'Make You Feel My Love', which went on to be the third single.
Rosie also wrote and recorded the string arrangement for Adele's US No. 1 'Set Fire To The Rain'.
Rosie Danvers Arranged the strings for JESS GLYNNE’s No.1 Hit ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’ in 2015, which was also her first collaboration with the successful song writing and production team TMS. The song is taken from her album ‘I Cry When I Laugh’.
Strings arranged by Rosie Danvers and performed by Wired Strings
THE VIDEO FOR ‘Don’t be so hard on Yourself’:
Rosie Danvers in rehearsals with Noel, working on Arrangements for their show at the Royal Albert Hall. Sept 2007
Rosie has worked extensively with Noel, both as an arranger and cellist. They have collaborated on arrangements for both his solo albums 'Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds’ and ‘Chasing Yesterday’.
Strings Arranged by Rosie Danvers and Performed by Wired Strings. Strings Produced by TommyD, Track produced by Noel Gallagher and Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London. 2014.
Rosie Danvers and Noel Gallagher at Abbey Road Studios, London, 2014.
Rosie Danvers’ first collaboration with the hugely popular Drum and Bass duo SIGMA, was on a song for RITA ORA entitled 'Coming Home’. The popular track was premiered on X Factor and has become a regular fixture on Sports related programmes.
Rosie Danvers and Wired Strings have been back in the studio with Rita recording new material for her hugely anticipated album.
Wired Strings with Rita Ora and Andrew Watt at RAK Studios, London, 2016.
Rosie wrote two string arrangements for Rita and Sigma’s hit ‘Coming Home’. The single version and the acoustic version.
to the Acoustic Version here. STRING ARRANGEMENT WRITTEN BY ROSIE DANVERS.
Rosie Danvers in the studio with Nas, Jay-Z and Beyonce, working on orchestrations for their show at the Royal Albert Hall, Sept. 2006
Rosie began working with Jay-Z in June 2006, when she was asked to orchestrate his seminal, debut album
'Reasonable Doubt'. This culminated in a performance at the Radio City Music Hall', New York.
They went on to complete another project with an orchestra, this time at the Royal Albert Hall, London, with guest performers Beyonce, Nas, Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Rosie Danvers, TommyD and Kanye West, working on orchestral arrangements for their collaborative album, 'Late Orchestration', Sept 2005
Rosie Danvers has worked extensively with West on numerous projects including 'Late Orchestration', 'Late Registration' 'Graduation' and his 'My Dark Twisted Fantasy'. Rosie Orchestrated the music for Kanye's 'Glow in the Dark' world tour, 2008.
Rosie Danvers collaborated with Stormzy on debut album 'Gang Signs and Prayer', writing and recording orchestrations for several songs on the album including 'Blinded By Your Grace', The Ivor Novello nominated 'Don't Cry for Me', 'Cold', 'Mr Skeng' and 'Bad Boys'.
Orchestrations written by Rosie Danvers, Performed by Wired Strings and Brass, Engineered by Nick Taylor and Manon Grandjean and Recorded at Air Edel Studios, London.