The last time we looked, the singer-songwriter known as Beck contributed to the fall musical production, Rework: Philip Glass Remixed, before publishing Song Reader, a series of 20 songs released not as recorded music, but as sheet music meant for other musicians to interpret and perform. (Listen here to what the Portland Cello Project did with the Song Reader collection.) Now, Beck turns to an entirely different project. On Sunday night, the versatile musician appeared on a soundstage at 20th Century Fox in L.A., where he performed David Bowie’s 1977 song, “Sound and Vision,” backed by a 157-piece orchestra conducted by his own father, the composer and arranger David Campbell. According to Rolling Stone, the event was sponsored by Lincoln, the Detroit carmaker, who is using Beck’s version of “Sound and Vision” for a new ad campaign. Happily, David Bowie gave his enthusiastic blessing to the project.