A series of recordings and videos of pieces by Debussy performed by Greenaway on prepared piano.
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“Woven is my love letter to the vinyl LP. I wanted to revive the idea of a concept album, to tell a story without words, created only with sounds from one instrument: my upright piano”.
Gavin Greenaway Nov 2018
Unashamedly melodic and deeply personal, these pieces are immediately engaging, with each listen revealing further subtle layers of structure and form.
From the post-minimalist insistence of the first track il falco bianco, via the majestic sur vents solaires and jazz-tinged oiseaux étranges, to the last track ottantotto (featuring prepared piano with 88 table tennis balls) Greenaway will take you on a compelling musical journey.
collaborations, commissions & conducting
Ecce Cor Meum is the fourth classical album by Paul McCartney. The album was released on 25 September 2006 by EMI Classics. An oratorio in four movements, performed by the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields conducted by Gavin Greenaway
A celebration of the millennium. A sound, light and firework extravaganza, performed every night at Disney’s Epcot, Florida for 20 years. The musical score composed, produced, and conducted by Gavin Greenaway
Recorded at London’s Air Studios with the 86-piece orchestra, this epic collection of music was conducted by Gavin Greenaway. The album features Hedwig’s Theme from Harry Potter and the premiere recording of the Theme from Schindler’s List in Williams’ official arrangement for cello.
The Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics was held on February 12, 2010. Much of the instrumental music for the ceremony was written by Gavin Greenaway, Dave Pierce, and Donovan Seidle.
The instrumental score was composed by Hans Zimmer with songs by Bryan Adams. The tracks, Don’t Let Go, You Can’t Take Me, Nothing I’ve Ever Known and Sound the Bugle all credit Gavin Greenaway as a co-writer.
Arguably no other opera singer in music history achieved the same level of international celebrity as tenor Luciano Pavarotti; his voice — robust, resonant, and immediately recognizable. The track ‘Il Gladiatore’ co-composed and arranged by Gavin Greenaway
As part of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, some of Britain’s most renowned composers created new works using for inspiration the original titles of Handel’s Water Music. Gavin Greenaway, Anne Dudley, Howard Goodall & Chris Gunning amongst others wrote pieces performed by the H2O ensemble and conducted by Gavin.
BraviSEAmo! (ブラヴィッシーモ! Buravisshiimo!) The night time water show at Tokyo Disney Sea featured water, pyrotechnic, and firework effects and was performed on the lagoon of the Mediterranean Harbor. The show was directed by Yves Pépin and featured an orchestral score by Gavin Greenaway.
Phil Roy has been working in the music business for years, writing songs for numerous artists and for movie soundtracks, including, Leaving Las Vegas. Grouchyfriendly, Roy’s first solo album reveals that the years of sharpening his skills have finally come to fruition with a mature and sublime record. Gavin Greenaway featured on keyboards.