Nocturne: The 25th Anniversary Collection Secret Garden

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2020

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
08.05.2020

Label: Universal Music AS

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Interpret: Secret Garden

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  • Rolf Løvland (b. 1955), Petter Skavland (b. 1956):
  • 1Nocturne03:11
  • Rolf Løvland:
  • 2Song From A Secret Garden03:31
  • 3Adagio02:51
  • 4Serenade To Spring03:12
  • 5Papillon03:22
  • 6Passacaglia03:49
  • 7Illumination04:18
  • 8Moving03:22
  • 9Hymn To Hope04:21
  • 10Elan03:11
  • 11Dreamcatcher04:39
  • 12The Promise03:18
  • 13Once In A Red Moon04:59
  • Rolf Løvland, Brendan Graham (b. 1945):
  • 14You Raise Me Up04:59
  • Rolf Løvland:
  • 15Sleepsong04:51
  • 16Sometimes When It Rains04:38
  • 17The Things You Are To Me04:42
  • 18Frozen In Time03:49
  • 19Heartstrings03:20
  • 20The Pilot04:04
  • 21End Of A Journey04:18
  • 22Adagio02:46
  • 23Reflection02:28
  • Rolf Løvland, Kate Gulbrandsen (b. 1965):
  • 24Air03:16
  • Rolf Løvland:
  • 25Lament02:21
  • Total Runtime01:33:36

Info zu Nocturne: The 25th Anniversary Collection

2020 marks the 25th Anniversary of our Eurovision win in 1995. So, we are celebrating with a new Secret Garden collection! “Nocturne: The 25th Anniversary Collection” is set for release next Friday, May 8th. The album will be a retrospective collection of our music, alongside new acoustic performances, and musical rarities.

Opening with and named after the plaintive, evocative Eurovision-winning ‘Nocturne’, the collection spans our whole career. Our music has always been about storytelling, ‘stories without words’ if you will. This collection tells a story that’s spanned 25 years.

The retrospective wouldn’t be complete without the original and first ever recording of “You Raise Me Up”, a song that we recorded for the first time with Brian Kennedy singing in 2001, and which now stands alongside over 1,000 others, in 40 different languages.

For us our music is all about chemistry. It’s as if we have our own invisible musical bond between the two of us, the band and you!! It’s always been like that from day one. We feel the 25th anniversary of that bond _is_ worth celebrating! … and we truly hope that you will celebrate with us.

Secret Garden




Fionnuala Sherry
grew up and went to school in Naas in County Kildare, Ireland – surrounded by a musical family that ignited her passion for music at an early age. She started to play the violin at the age of eight, and at fifteen she moved to Dublin to study music. She graduated with honours from Trinity College in Dublin, and the College of Music, and was later employed by the RTE Concert Orchestra, where she was a member for ten years.

In addition to the classical symphonic and operatic repertoire, Fionnuala possessed a much wider musical interest. This is evident in the eclectic body of artists and projects she has been involved with, including The Chieftains, Sinead O’Connor, Van Morrison, Chris de Burgh, Bono and Wet Wet Wet. With the Irish Film Orchestra she’s also recorded several Hollywood film scores, such as “The River Runs Wild”, “A Room With a View” and “The Mask”.

That same wide interest in music led her to conceive, write and present her own music series for children on Irish national TV – all this leading up to her fated meeting with Rolf Lovland and the founding of Secret Garden in 1994.

Onstage, she enchants audiences throughout the world, through her musical intensity and soulful performances. In Secret Garden’s music, her unique violin virtuosity provides the heartstrings, voice and wings for Lovland’s compositions.

She performs on an English John Edward Betts violin from 1790, with a Hill bow, both on stage and in the studio.

Rolf Løvland
was born in Kristiansand, in southern Norway, in 1955. His first brush with composing came at the early age of nine when he formed his first band. From then on, and throughout his youth, music came to be his constant companion and focus in life. He later studied music at the Music Conservatory in Kristiansand – and continued his Masters Degree studies in music at the Norwegian Institute of Music in Oslo.

By the time he’d unveiled his “Secret Garden” to the world, Rolf had already earned himself a Norwegian Grammy Award and the reputation as Norway’s most successful popular songwriter – topping the national radio charts (Norsktoppen) more than 60 times. For two consecutive years, his songs had won the National radio chart “Song of the Year-award”.

Rolf was also a two-time winner of the international Eurovision Song Contest final – in 1985 with “La det swinge”, and in 1995 with “Nocturne”. He is also a four-time winner of Norway’s national Eurovision Song Contest finals. In 2007 he received the coveted Achievement Award at the Norwegian Grammies where his international achievements were recognized. Among his most successful songs are “You Raise Me Up” recorded by over 1000 artists (among them are Josh Groban and Westlife and Il Divo) and “I’ve Dreamed of You” recorded by Barbra Streisand.

The founding of Secret Garden has given Rolf the freedom to explore (and for us to experience) deeper emotional dimension and wider musical landscape than the earlier phase of his career had allowed. It has also proven the composer, Rolf Lovland, to be a musical force of considerable stature.



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