Robbie Williams gets into classical music with a new Beethoven-inspired track

Robbie Williams will perform a track inspired by German classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later today and fans can’t wait to see the Angels mash-up

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Robbie Williams is turning back the years by taking fragments of a Beethoven classic for his late release.

Together he will be staging a ‘symphonic masterpiece’ – a new version of Angels featuring the unfinished 10th Symphony by the German composer and pianist.

The former Take That star will show it off in Barcelona later today.

Robbie has partnered with German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom and will debut the song at Mobile World Congress.

Speaking of the unique collab, Robbie said: “I’m looking forward to previewing this exciting release at Mobile World Congress. For me, it’s fascinating that technology is now enabling art.”

Robbie went in a whole new direction

Robbie went on to tease that he has plenty of other new music in the bank, saying he’s “constantly writing new songs”.

The star added: “There are things on my computer now that I wrote two years ago that may not see the light of day for another two years.”

“We’re especially excited to be working with Robbie Williams on one of the greatest songs in pop history to explore the creative possibilities of AI,” said Deutsche Telekom.

Robbie is said to have secretly returned to music through the dance group Lufthaus.

Beethoven fused with the Angel? It must be heard!



He has teamed up with producers Tim Metcalfe and Flynn Francis to release new tunes.

The project said, “This project kept us busy in the studio during the pandemic, so we are delighted to be releasing our first single.

“We have intentionally kept Lufthaus undisclosed, so we look forward to releasing more music and revealing more material in the coming months.”

Gary Barlow recently opened up about his “beef” with his old bandmate.

The singer’s work will be shown in Barcelona later today


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The singer and ITV star explained how the pair were “competitive” with each other during their time together on Take That, with pop star natural Robbie wanting to grab the limelight.

“That’s probably where we were competing and the other guys (bandmates) weren’t,” he recalls on the Out To Lunch podcast.

“Rob wants to be at the top. He has a wonderful voice, so natural with the talent he has. My beef with Rob, and we still talk about this, that is I will spend six week to practice a 5-minute piece of music to perfect it, every move and note I’ll know what I’m doing.”

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