Unavailable Arrangements for Accordion Orchestra

I have made some arrangements that I cannot publish, either because the rights holder contacted me with a demand to remove it (even though they could earn money from performances only if my arrangement were available), because I fear that publishing it may spell trouble (which holds for very recent music), or because I re-arranged it from another commercially available arrangement. If you contact me personally I might be able to give you some pointers...

Adios Nonino, A. Piazzolla

This work became famous in the Netherlands when Carel Kraayenhof played it at the wedding of Willem-Alexander and Maxima. My arrangement contains elements that Carel Kraayenhof added to the original composition. There might be objections to me just making that arrangement publicly visible. If you want to play it, please contact me and I may be able to help you out.
There are two versions: one for accordion orchestra (with solo + 5 parts and percussion) and one for accordion quintet.

Concierto de Aranjuez, J. Rodrigo

This composition has apparently been copyright protected by Schott Music GmbH. I had no actual knowledge that my arrangement was infringing on this copyright. I was notified of the infringement on August 14, 2013. If you downloaded this arrangement when it was still available, please ensure that you get permission from Schott Music GmbH before performing it. You can watch a live recording of my arrangement on YouTube played by Avanti and a recording by ARTE as well. If you show me a permission from Schott Music GmbH I will send my arrangement to you but I cannot do that without their explicit permission. Sorry about that.

Schindler's List, J. Williams

This famous film theme is easy but needs to be played with passion. There is no percussion part.
The arrangement I made is based on a commercially available version for string ensemble. You can listen to a recording with violin (by Avanti and Eva Dings)and a recording without violin by Avanti alone.

Tangled Up, G. Chambers, V. Degiorgio, D. Schreurs

The first major hit of Caro Emerald. I arranged it for sextet, and we once performed it with a singer during an accordion weekend in Ouddorp (Zeeland).