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Óláfr Tryggvason - Medieval Italy.
Ólafur Arnalds - Live at Sydney Opera House | Digital Season
In this specially-commissioned performance for Sydney Opera House's 2015 GRAPHIC, Icelandic multi-instrumentalist Ólafur Arnalds leads the Sydney Chamber Orchestra on an exclusive journey through his back catalogue, with visuals by Máni M. Sigfússon.
WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.
0:00 - Verses
9:24 - Þú ert jörðin
14:27 - Only The Winds
19:50 - Fyrsta
26:19 - Poland
30:10 - Hands, Be Still
33:54 - Reminiscence
39:10 - We (Too) Shall Rest
41:12 - Undan Hulu
46:35 - Allt Varð Hljótt
49:50 - Beth's Theme
56:18 - Near Light
1:06:04 - Ljósið
1:12:09 - Lag Fyrir Ömmu
Ólafur Arnalds: Piano and all compositions
Viktor Orri Árnason: conductor and arranger
Máni M. Sigfússon: Visuals
Sydney Chamber Orchestra:
Cello: Guy Curd
Cello: Heather Lindsay
Clarinet: Cameron Burgess:
Clarinet: Paul Cutlan
Clarinet: Phillippa Murphy-Haste
Flute: Melissa Coleman
French Horn: Michael Dixon
Trombone: Matt Harrison
Viola: Ella Brinch
Viola: Vera Marcu
Violin: Hayley Bullock
Violin: Natalya Bing
Violin: Sophie Longmuir
Violin: Vanessa Tammetta
Producer: Jordan Verzar
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