Holger Skepeneit – Holger Skepeneit Music for Piano Strings 2020 Hi-Res

Holger Skepeneit – Holger Skepeneit Music for Piano Strings 2020 Hi-Res

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  • 艺术家
  • Holger Skepeneit
  • 发行年份
  • 2020
  • 音乐类型
  • 古典
  • 音质
  • flac lossless / flac 24bits - 44.1kHz +Booklet
  • 歌曲时长
  • 00:46:56
  • 文件大小
  • 247/484mb

01. Laced with Ithildin
02. The End of Something
03. Ilinka
04. Pase de Pecho
05. Night Blooming
06. Diem Perdidi
07. Theme from a Love Song
08. Resurrection of a Prelude
09. Nimrodel’s Voice
10. A Dream within Another
11. Night Blooming (Version for Solo Piano)
12. The End of Something (Version for Solo Piano)
13. Resurrection of a Prelude (Version for Solo Piano)
14. A Dream within Another (Version for Solo Piano)

The compositions on this album have been described as emotional and alluring, classical yet contemporary and with a certain cinematic quality. The sense of storytelling is all-pervasive and flowing piano textures, lush string writing and lyrical melodic lines alternate with moments of solitude and contemplation.

Born in Germany, Holger started playing classical piano at the age of eight and turned to jazz and blues at fourteen. In 1997 he moved to England to study piano, jazz piano and composition at the London College of Music, graduating in 2000 with a first-class honors Degree, followed by an MMus in jazz piano at the Leeds College of Music. Since graduating he’s been a sought-after pianist, keyboard player, composer and MD. During his career so far he has performed and recorded worldwide alongside artists such as Katrina and the Waves, Jacky Cheung, Pete King, Jeff Clyne, Tina May, John Wheatcroft, Cameroon Pierre, Alan Barnes, Taka Boom, Tony Hawks, Katie Price, Anita Dobson, The Counterfeit Stones, Warwick Davis, Pete Cunnah (D-Ream), John Surman, and many others. Career highlights include being featured as a pianist/composer and arranger on Jacky Cheungs no 1 album Private Corner (multi-platinum status), performing at the BBC Proms in the park (in front of 45000 spectators) and winning the Westminster prize for improvisation. Holger has also written and produced music for film, TV and advertising and is currently a lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London where he teaches on the Degree and Masters programmes.