Whether it’s on your work playlist, revision soundtrack, or even your ‘Sunday Relaxation’ mix, we’d bet there’s at least one song by Ludovico Einaudi – if not more – that’s made the cut.
With over 3 million followers on Spotify and Deezer alone, Einaudi has become one of the world’s most well-known contemporary composers. His music is universally loved, featured on countless playlists online and selling out concerts across the globe.
He also campaigned with Greenpeace, performing “Elegy for the Arctic” on the Arctic Ocean to call for its protection.
What’s more, Einaudi inspired thousands to get back to their instruments and rediscover their love for playing music. With pieces ranging from Grade 4 to 8, there is something for everyone to enjoy playing.
And now, you can experience Ludovico Einaudi’s music in a way never heard before. After huge success with his instrumental collection for both the Violin and Cello; Einaudi has extended the range to include the Flute, Saxophone and Clarinet. You can now play these beautiful pieces on your preferred instrument; whether it’s with a friend accompanying on the Piano or even by yourself.
Einaudi originally composed “Sarabande” for Violin/Piano and “DNA” for Cello/Piano. Arrangements of hits, such as: “Nuvole Bianche“, “Primavera” and “Night” have been specifically transcribed with brand new arrangements.
Going behind the scenes, we got to experience just how exciting these pieces are to play on every instrument.
A special shout out to all the musicians involved in the making of the audio and film.
- Cello: Max Ruisi / Alex Williams
- Clarinet: Max Welford
- Flute: Tom Hancox
- Piano: Timothy End / Mary Dullea / Ben Dawson / Chris Hopkins
- Saxophone: Sam Corkin
- Violin: Eloisa-Fleur Thom