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Ólafur Arnalds - Found Songs (CDr)

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  1. Dec 05,  · Iceland's Ólafur Arnalds is a multi-instrumentalist and composer and in October he sat down for his second series of 'a-song-a-day' for a week. His first foray in this format was Found Songs from This time around Arnalds and a group of musicians (piano, strings and electronics) performed a new song-a-day live via streaming video from the living room of his Reykjavík apartment.
  2. The Icelander recently toured with compatriots Sigur Ros, and you can hear a creative kinship with that band's grand, swooping gestures on the likes of 'Lost Song' and 'Allt Varð Hljótt'. Excellent stuff this, and if Found Songs is any indicator you can reasonably expect great things from Arnalds' forthcoming next album, due in the winter.
  3. I have been to the concert of Ólafur Arnalds in Antwerp in Queen Elisabeth Hall (October, ) and the sound quality and the ambiance was far better that time compared to the concert in Cirque Royal. On the other hand, the music of Ólafur Arnalds is magical, always even the venue was a very disappointing.
  4. In April , Iceland’s neo-classical export Ólafur Arnalds created the 7-song series Found Songs – recording a song a day for 7 days and instantly making each track available via Twitter. With artwork contributions from fans via Flickr, this modern release awakens memories of a tradition that seemed lost in the digital age we live in.
  5. Ólafur Arnalds – Found Songs (Erased Tapes) UK release date: 31 August by Michael Hubbard published: in Album Reviews. Tweet. Ólafur Arnalds transcends that curiously archaic and often intransigent boundary that exists elsewhere between ‘classical’ music and music of any other kind. In this Icelander’s compositions.
  6. Ólafur Arnalds - Arnalds, Dan: For Now I Am Winter (Nils Frahm Rework) - Duration: 4 minutes, 13 seconds.
  7. Oct 20,  · Following in the spirit of Ólafur Arnalds' critically acclaimed 'Found Songs' () where he wrote, recorded and released a free song every day for a week - now comes 'Living Room Songs'. This time Ólafur takes the idea further and invites the audience into the comfort of his living room, where the songs will be recorded live and the whole.

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