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Label: Decca Music Group Ltd.

Genre: Instrumental

Subgenre: Piano

Artist: Ola Gjeilo

Composer: Ola Gjeilo (1978)

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  • Ola Gjeilo (b. 1978):
  • 1Gjeilo: Daybreak02:30
  • 2Gjeilo: New Moon02:48
  • 3Gjeilo: Eternity01:45
  • 4Gjeilo: Sun Prelude02:34
  • 5Gjeilo: Manhattan Sunrise03:39
  • 6Gjeilo: Blue03:25
  • 7Gjeilo: Homebound02:03
  • 8Gjeilo: Clarity02:25
  • 9Gjeilo: Montana02:51
  • 10Gjeilo: Orange Sound02:15
  • 11Gjeilo: Stasis01:44
  • 12Gjeilo: Chronicles03:23
  • 13Gjeilo: Origin01:37
  • 14Gjeilo: Silver Lining02:32
  • 15Gjeilo: Dawn Sky03:39
  • 16Gjeilo: First Light02:03
  • 17Gjeilo: Shine02:31
  • Total Runtime43:44

Info for DAWN

Following on from Ola Gjeilo's hugely-successful 2020 album Night, comes its natural successor Dawn. Gjeilo is best known for his compositions for choir and is one of the most frequently performed choral composers alive. That success has quickly translated to his work for solo piano.

Raised listening to an eclectic mix of classical, jazz, pop and folk, and classically trained at The Julliard School and the Royal College of Music, Gjeilo’s distinctive soundworld is often is often described as cinematic and evocative, lush and harmonious. Improvisation has long been at the core of Gjeilo’s composition, and that is clearly heard in his meditative, soothing work for solo piano.

Ola Gjeilo

Ola Gjeilo
(pronounced Yay-lo) was born in Norway in 1978, and moved to the United States in 2001 to begin his composition studies at the Juilliard School in New York City, from which he graduated with a Master’s Degree in ’06, after two years at the Royal College of Music in London. Ola’s published concert works are performed all over the world, and his debut recording as a pianist-composer, the lyrical cross- over album Stone Rose, was released to critical acclaim in 2007 on the 2L label. Many of Ola’s choral works are featured on Phoenix Chorale/Charles Bruffy’s CD on the Chandos label, Northern Lights (2012), which is devoted entirely to his music for choir. He especially enjoys writing music for choir, orchestra/symphonic winds, and the piano, while as a pianist, his main passion is impro- visation, either solo or over his own ensemble works. Presently a full-time composer based in the United States, Ola is also very interested in film, and his music draws a lot of inspiration from movies and cinematic music.

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