Posts tagged as "decca-records"

Max Richter ‘Voices 2’ Continues the Pioneering Musical Project

March 2, 2021

“This project has this quality of unfortunately being relevant all the time,” says Max Richter of Voices. A major work inspired by and featuring text adapted from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Voices was broadcast with EBU and BBC 3 to 40 radio stations worldwide on 10th December for Human Rights Day 2020 and […]

‘Nomadland’ Soundtrack – Music by Einaudi and Ólafur Arnalds

February 19, 2021

Decca Records has released the soundtrack to director Chloé Zhao’s Golden Globe-nominated film Nomadland, starring Academy Award-winning actor and producer Frances McDormand. The expansive, dreamy soundtrack includes music from Ludovico Einaudi, plus a previously unreleased track from Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds. Stream the Nomadland (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Music by Ludovico Einaudi The Nomadland soundtrack includes […]

‘The Dry’ Film Soundtrack by Peter Raeburn

February 16, 2021

The Dry, a film based on Jane Harper’s award-winning novel, follows Australian federal Agent Aaron Falk (Eric Bana) as he revisits his drought-stricken hometown to attend a tragic funeral. But his return opens a decades-old wound – the unsolved death of a teenage girl. Stream Peter Raeburn’s soundtrack to The Dry THE DRY Director Robert […]

Gurrumul ‘Legacy Edition’ Vinyl Reissues Out March 2021

December 17, 2020

Decca Australia has released a new suite of vinyl reissues highlighting the legacy of the late indigenous Australian songwriter Gurrumul (1971–2017). The LEGACY EDITION series sees Gurrumul’s ARIA-award winning studio albums reissued across four 2-LP coloured vinyl sets. The albums reissued are Gurrumul, Rrakala, The Gospel Album, and Djarimirri (Child Of The Rainbow). Two of […]

Blue Note Re:imagined – Interview with A&R Rachel Holmberg

November 12, 2020

Blue Note Re:imagined is an album that brings together a diverse group of London musicians (16 acts in total) united by their love and respect for the heritage of jazz, and a desire to push the envelope. It is a smorgasbord of diverse and innovative sounds from the UK’s new wave of jazz. On Blue […]

Redi Hasa Interview – The Stolen Cello

September 15, 2020

Redi Hasa is best known to global audiences as the cellist for Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi. Hasa’s cello can be heard on Einaudi’s ambitious Seven Days Walking project. As a young man Redi Hasa was caught up in the Albanian conflict of the early 90s. He would go on to find a new life in Italy with […]

Best Max Richter Albums – Essential Listening

September 8, 2020

Max Richter may well be the most important composer of our time. His work has been heard in the concert hall, in major Hollywood films and television series, and occupies a place in the streaming playlists of millions worldwide. We take a look back at five essential albums from throughout Max’s career. Stream the essential […]

Stephan Moccio Influences – Canadian Songwriter and Pianist

August 21, 2020

Hit songwriter (Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, Céline Dion) turned peaceful pianist Stephan Moccio shares six of his biggest musical influences from the worlds of pop, jazz, and classical music. Stephan Moccio’s new album Tales Of Solace is out now to stream, download, or own The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky I am going to say the […]

Einaudi Undiscovered – A New Collection of Hidden Gems and Unreleased Tracks

August 18, 2020

Groundbreaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi has announced his new collection, Einaudi Undiscovered (Decca Records). The album features a selection of hidden gems, highlights and previously unreleased tracks, personally selected by Ludovico Einaudi from throughout his 25-year career. Order the exclusive blue vinyl edition of Einaudi Undiscovered via Classics Direct EINAUDI UNDISCOVERED Einaudi Undiscovered includes live performances […]

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