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Alto Saxophone by Manu Reco - Piano & Backing tracks arranged by Domino
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Some few words about his musical talents and his passion. This is such a wonderful melody, is about grieving the loss of a loved one, covered by Manu Reco, a great saxophone player ! Just beautiful, intensity, profundity of emotion and with full of tenderness, smooth, tranquility. Sometimes the melody is shaking by vibrato, his ability to add shuddering vibrato to deliver melodies with such power and emotion ! Gladly collaborate with him and look forward to the opportunity, thank you my friend.
ROLF LOVLAND ( Full name Rolf Undsæt Løvland )
Born 19 April 1955, in Kristiansand, is a Norwegian composer. Together with Fionnuala Sherry, he formed the celtic group Secret Garden, where he played as the composer/producer/keyboardist. He began composing at an early age (he formed a band at the age of nine) and grew up studying at the Kristiansand Music Conservatory, later receiving his Masters degree from the Norwegian Institute of Music in Oslo.
He is maybe most recognised for composing the song You Raise Me Up, Løvland has previously won the Eurovision Song Contest twice, composing the songs "La det swinge" in 1985 and "Nocturne" in 1995 alongside Secret Garden, resulting in Norway's first two titles. In 2006 he composed the music for The Mermaid Chair a television movie. Løvland was a foreign exchange student in Shawnee, Oklahoma USA for a year while in high school.
Born 1945, County Tipperary, is an Irish novelist and composer. He has published three novels, The Whitest Flower (London, Harper Collins, 1998), an Irish # 2 best seller, The Element of Fire (Harper Collins, 2001) and The Brightest Day, The Darkest Night (Harper Collins, 2004).
He also wrote the lyrics for Rolf Løvland's "You Raise Me Up". Løvland was inspired to write the song from The Whitest Flower, Graham's first novel. "You Raise Me Up" was a huge international hit for Irish boyband Westlife. Graham wrote the lyrics for one of Løvland's "Mary's Lament", which appears on Secret Garden's 2011 album, Winter Poem.
Graham also composed two of Ireland's winning entries in the Eurovision Song Contest: "Rock 'n' Roll Kids" which won in 1994, and "The Voice" the winner of the 1996 contest. He also wrote the 1976 Irish entry in Eurovision, 'When' which was sung by Red Hurley and the 1985 entry 'Wait until the weekend comes' performed by Maria Christian. He wrote several songs for Celtic Woman, including "O, America".
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