Áki Ásgeirssons first solo album with music for trumpet and computer. Done in collaboration with Stephan Stephensen. 180 gram Blue-green marbled vinyl Limited to 180 hand-numbered copies.
Recorded live at Víkurkirkja in Iceland 2016 (A-side) and live at Iðnó Reykjavik 2019 (B-side)
Composer: Atli Ingólfsson, Finnur Karlsson, Fridrik Margrétar-Gudmundsson, Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson, Atli Heimir Sveinsson Performer: Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson, Thórgunnur Anna Örnólfsdóttir, Katerina Anagnostidou, Mikkel Schou, Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason, Elja Ensemble Conductor: Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason
"The title piece, Equilibrium IV: Windbells, was the seed this whole album grew from. It was premièred under rather unusual circumstances at the 2005 World Expo in Japan..." - Hugi Guðmundsson
Composers: Antonio Vivaldi, Johan Joachim Agrell, Arcangelo Corelli, Alessandro Stradella, Giuseppe Sammartini, Finnur Karlsson, Þráinn Hjálmarsson, Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir, Kristinn Kristinsson
Víkingur Ólafsson recorded his new album, From Afar, on both grand piano and on felt-covered upright capturing two distinct world of sounds
With delicate piano, poised string arrangements and a deft understanding of drama, his work merges the traditions of classical music with contemporary trends.
Remastered reissue from 2019 2 x 180 gram vinyl
Fjögurra diska pakki með náttúrulögum Ómars Ragnarssonar í flutningi Kristins Sigmunds, Pálma Gunnars, Siggu Beinteins, Sölku Sól og fleiri
Lokkur is an ancient Icelandic folk instrument, its sound being the essence of the island’s lonesome musical spirit
Vönduð og skemmtileg barnaplata í flutningi Páls Óskars, Ásgeirs Óskarssonar, Pálma Gunnarssonar, stúlknakórs Melaskóla o.fl.
1. Prelude 2. Where Is Winston? 3. Full English 4. A Telegram From The Palace 5. One Of The 6. Winston And George 7. First Speech To The Commons 8. The War Rooms 9. From The Air 10. I Wouldn’t Trust Him With My Bicycle 11. Radio Broadcast 12. History Is Listening 13. An Ultimatum [...]
Two flutists, one from Iceland and one from Poland. A project based on mutual respect and using music as the tool and language