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Arrangement

1. An agreement between a person or company and creditors whereby the person or company pays a fraction of what he/she/it owes to the creditors and, in exchange, the creditors forgive the remainder of the debt. This helps the creditors recover some of the debt and helps the person or company avoid bankruptcy.

2. See: Treaty.
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Chvostek's overall musical arrangement is thoughtful.
District Judge George King determined the song's original copyright, obtained by the Clayton F Summy Company from the song's writers, covered only the tune's musical arrangement and not the lyrics.
The musical arrangement is deceptively simple and perhaps it's the subject matter, but so much soul and emotion is poured into the unlikely story of the adrift astronaut that it reveals a whole new layer of emotion previously hidden in the original.
Selecting music from SmartSound's extensive Royalty Free Music Library, users can set the length of the track precisely, choose a musical arrangement and instrument mix right over the Internet--and download a fully customized music track perfectly sized and arranged to meet project requirements.
The setting was evocative, the musical arrangement was superb and the singing was angelic.
Paying tribute to Lord Melody, friend Wayne Jenkins, said: 'He was a very creative man in his song writing and his musical arrangement.
The Union has also called on former Radio One's DJ Spoony to create a bespoke musical arrangement for the lightshow, which will be revealed when the lights go down before the anthems and in the final moments before the rival rugby nations kick off at 8.
By Stuart Ross, vocal and musical arrangement by James Raitt, Brad Ellis, Raymond Berg and David Snyder, directed by Rob Houle, music direction by Dave Twiss, choreography by Amanda Carpenito, producing direction by Gail Steele, technical direction and set design by Jeff Boisseau.
The words and music for all three were written by Willy Russell and Bob Eaton, the show's director, and the musical arrangement was by Our Day Out's musical director Howard Gray.
This delicate and heartfelt ballad combines personal and compelling lyrics with a strikingly simple musical arrangement of strings, guitar and piano.
The musical arrangement was provided by Dodjie Fernandez.
Musical arrangements and direction, Evan Solot; choreography, Patricia Scott Hobbs; vocal direction, Cecelia Ann Birt; set and projections, T.