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3/5/2019
Fallulah receives female empowerment award

Last night Fallulah received the Ethel Award at SPOT Festival in Aarhus, Denmark, for her effort to promote and encourage equal opportunities in the Danish music industry. One of Fallulah's initiatives is the Spotify playlist Hej Søster which highlights the quality and diversity of female songwriters and artists in Denmark and works as a positive statement. Read more here (in Danish) https://spotfestival.dk/ethel-pris-2019-til-fallulah/ Links:Hej Søster – SpotifyFallulah – Spotify

7/2/2019
Fallulah to play Gaffa Awards 2019

Fallulah is part of the line-up at the Danish Gaffa Awards 2019 on March 7th in Odense: "Wonderful and enterprising Fallulah is back with a fabulous mix of genres" https://gaffa.dk/nyhed/135003/gaffa-prisen-2019-her-er-vaerterne-og-de-syv-live-navne/?c_rid=61ua0003019Gzz1M0Dg1598213353%7C95155412&utm_campaign=814600_GAFFA-PRISEN_2019:_Her_er_v%C3%A6rterne_og_de_syv_live-navne_(B2C)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=GAFFA+Plus+DK-All_Users

7/2/2019
"Queen of Hearts" takes home the Audience Award at Sundance and Gothenburg Film Festivals

A new Danish feature film premiered at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival on January 26. 6 Music Sales copyrights and 3 Storyville masters are featured in the film. The film, titled “Dronningen” (English title “Queen Of Hearts”), was directed by May el-Toukhy and stars the legendary Danish actress Trine Dyrholm. It was entered into competition for Best International Film and won the prestigious Sundance Audience Award Read more here: http://trustnordisk.com/content/queen-hearts-takes-home-audience-award-sundance-film-festival February 2nd, the film was in competition at the Gothenburg Film Festival in Sweden, the largest and most prestigious film festival in the Nordic region. “Queen Of Hearts” picked up 3 major prizes: Best Nordic Film (for which the director May el-Toukhy receives 100.000EUR – the largest monetary film prize in the world) Best Acting (for Trine Dyrholm) Audience Award Best Nordic Film https://goteborgfilmfestival.se/en/here-are-all-the-winners-in-dragon-award-2019/?lang=en Music Supervision of “Queen Of Hearts” was handled by Steve Tallamy and Hanne Hee Lange of Edition Wilhelm Hansen. The music featured in the film includes works by the Edition Wilhelm Hansen signings Thomas Blachman, Carsten Dahl and Bent Sørensen as well as Bosworth Songwriter William Fitzsimmons. The film will receive its Danish Premiere on March 28th Interview with director May el-Toukhy https://www.dfi.dk/en/english/news/navigating-morally-complex-story

21/1/2019
Dahl/Blachman/Ginman in concert

Two of our most talented jazz musicians/composers will play at Bremen Teater on January 25th http://brementeater.dk/arrangementer/ginmanblachmandahl/

10/12/2018
Ariel Marx signs to Music Sales

Music Sales are thrilled to announce the signing of award-winning film / TV composer and multi-instrumentalist Ariel Marx to a worldwide co-publishing deal. Recently hailed as ‘a film composer to watch’ by Filmmaker Magazine, Ariel is recognised for her versatility in genre and ability to craft engaging, emotional undertones for the screen. A violinist herself, she often pairs strings, piano and folk instruments with electronics. This year her most notable projects have included HBO’s Emmy, Gotham, and Spirit Award-nominated film The Tale, as well as Shawn Snyder’s award-winning To Dust. Along with these two scores, the deal will also cover all her existing and future works. Listen here

19/11/2018
Node Records releases original soundtrack album for 'The Wife'

Featuring Original Music by BAFTA-Award Winning and Golden-Globe Nominated Composer Jocelyn Pook “Jocelyn Pook's understated musical score may well be the film's true hidden genius.” Selig Film News LOS ANGELES, CA (November 12, 2018)– Node Records is pleased to announce the release of Jocelyn Pook’s original motion picture score album for the critically acclaimed film The Wife. The soundtrack is now available through all major digital music platforms via Node Records. Currently in worldwide theatrical release, the film stars Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce, Christian Slater, and Elizabeth McGovern. Directed by Björn Runge, the film is an adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s bestselling novel about a woman (Close) who questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband (Jonathan Pryce), where he is to be honoured with the Nobel Prize for Literature. Featuring a sublime score by Jocelyn Pook (Eyes Wide Shut, The Staircase) for piano and chamber orchestra, reviews have overwhelmingly recognized the primary role Pook’s music plays in creating the complex undercurrents and powerful, emotional atmospheres that Runge’s thriller demands. "I am so pleased that the soundtrack of The Wife is finally going to be released alongside the film,” Jocelyn Pook remarks. “It was an absolute joy to work on a film with such depth and resonance for our times; a film with rich cinematography and with extraordinarily masterful yet understated performances. It was also wonderful to work with the director Björn Runge who was both inspiring and trusting.” The soundtrack was executive-produced by Lucy Bright, Tracy McKnight, and Robert Thompson. ABOUT JOCELYN POOK:Jocelyn Pook is a BAFTA Award-winning composer who writes music for film, television, theatre, dance, the concert platform, and her own album projects. Often remembered for her film score to Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut, other notable film scores include The Merchant of Venice, Brick Lane, and L’Emploi Du Temps. ABOUT NODE RECORDS:Node Records is a boutique label committed to releasing and marketing music from groundbreaking artists and films. Based in Los Angeles and New York, Node has a partner in BFE / The Orchard Sony for its marketing and distribution. Vision. Passion. Music.

19/11/2018
Writer/producer/artist PILFINGER signs worldwide publishing deal with Music Sales

Danish writer / producer / artist PILFINGER signs worldwide publishing deal with Music Sales

19/11/2018
Harts releases Queens, Kings & All Big Things

Harts has released his latest album Queens, Kings And All Big Things, a contextual continuation to his last album Smoke Fire Hope Desire. "Throughout the process of writing this album, I was back and forth between Australia and the U.S. I went though a lot of changes in that two year period, both in my personal life and my music life", Harts states. "[There was] a lot of self re-discovery, dealing with lack of self confidence, and finding my place within this world. I think a lot of that is reflected into this album, and unashamedly brought up throughout the songs. In that way, as wacky as the ride may me, there’s a lot of personal struggle within this body of work. Overall it has a different musical and production style to the previous album, utilising a lot more intricate hypnotic rhythms, beautiful chords, melodies, orchestras, dynamic vocals and arrangements. I feel it’s a progression for me as a songwriter, composer, musician and solo artist and I’m very proud of it.” The album was preceded by singles 'Ain’t Nothin’ On Me', '21&19' and 'Wishfulness' throughout 2018, a year which has seen Harts land huge features such as playing guitar with Joey Bada$$ for Triple J’s Like A Version and rocking 80,000 people at the MCG with Peking Duk for the NRL State of Origin pre-game entertainment. He also wrapped up two huge sets at Bluesfest and premiered a brand new expanded live band for a special sold-out show at Howler in Melbourne in July. Listen here

5/10/2018
Jacob Groth nominated for The Camille Awards

Jacob has been nominated for an European Film Composer Award, the Camille Award, for Best Score 2017, for his score for Modus (Second Season). The Camille Awards are a set of awards given to composers of exceptional pieces of film and audio-visual music by their peer composers. The ceremony will take place October 20th 2018 in the frame of the International Sound & Film Music Festival (ISFMF) in Pula (Croatia). It is organized jointly by the festival’s organizers and the European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ECSA). The Camille Awards honor composers of original music for audio-visual artworks in three categories (“Best Orchestral Score”, “Best Electro-acoustic Score” and “Best Original Music for a Series”). In the first phase, fourteen member-organizations representing composers of music for the audiovisual sector in twelve European countries have submitted outstanding works from their respective region.

28/9/2018
New NIKE ad soundtracked by Dustin O'Halloran

Dustin O'Halloran's 'We Move Lightly' is the featured composition within Nike’s Dream Crazy advertisement, narrated by NFL athlete and humanitarian Colin Kaepernick. Created for the 30th anniversary of the 'Just Do It' campaign, the powerful ad highlights inspirational stories of various athletes succeeding against all odds, including cameos from Serena Williams and LeBron James. For more on Dustin O'Halloran and 'We Move Lightly', read Digital Music News's story about the Nike ad here. Watch here

23/8/2018
40 years of Kattejammer rock

40 years ago children from the Vesterbro Ungdomsgård Youth Club sang their way up the charts and into the hearts of the Danish public. Now these powerful and much loved songs will be performed on stage in a newly written show celebrating the album "Kattejammer rock" as a mirror for the young people of today.

30/7/2018
New a capella version of ‘Yumeji’s Theme’ released

Following the widespread success of Shigeru Umebayashi’s ‘Yumeji’s Theme’ from In The Mood For Love, Umebayashi released a new a cappella version on 13th July. The track has been recorded by The Plum Forest Singers with soprano soloist Grace Davidson https://sc.musicsalescreative.com/#/track/MTU0MzAwNDgtMjVkN2Vk/

24/7/2018
Carnival Youth at The Nordic Arts Festival 2018

On September 14th Carnival Youth will be playing in Schleswig, Germany as part of Norden - The Nordic Arts Festival: Carnival Youth are currently Latvia's most successful indie pop band. So far, they have released three albums and played shows all across Europe, performed at festivals such as Reeperbahn Festival, The Great Escape, SXSW, Sziget, and Eurosonic. In early 2018, they released their single “Love is the Answer” on which the young band, fronted by the brothers Emils and Edgars Kaupers, display their development towards a more mature sound, without abandoning their hit potential. You can look forward to four charming musicians who love to perform. Once they strike up their hit single “Never Have Enough”, their audience will be captivated. https://www.norden-festival.com/en/Home.html

12/6/2018
Jazz by the Sea feat. Blachman/Dahl/Ginman

Carsten Dahl (piano), Thomas Blachman (drums) and Lennart Ginman (bass) will be reunited during Copenhagen Jazz Festival in July. More than any other Danish jazz trio they combine spirituality with fun and traditions with innovation: http://jazz.dk/en/copenhagen-jazz-festival-2018/concerts/52835/

12/6/2018
Zeal & Ardor to play Copenhell 2018

COPENHELL is Denmark's greatest rock and metal festival, which has drawn metal fans from both within and outside the country's borders to Copenhagen since the beginning of 2010. The peninsula called 'Refshaleøen' right in the middle of Copenhagen is the epicenter of these three days of hell on earth, and the raw, industrial surrounds are the perfect background for the brutal decibel bombardment from COPENHELL's three stages. ZEAL & ARDOR (BLACK METAL/GOSPEL, SWI/US) will play Thursday June 21st at Midnight at the PANDÆMONIUM stage https://www.copenhell.dk/zeal-ardor

23/3/2018
Gabriel Yared re-signs to Music Sales

Chester Music has signed a new long-term publishing agreement with Gabriel Yared and has also acquired the back catalogue of scores in his Yad Music and Deva Music companies. Included in this agreement are scores to films such as A Royal Affair, Autumn in New York, Betty Blue, Breaking and Entering, Camille Claudel, Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky, Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others) and most recently The Happy Prince, directed and starring Rupert Everett. Yared scored four films with the much-missed director Anthony Minghella; he won an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Grammy for his score to The English Patient. In addition he has received two ASCAP awards and has twice been awarded the Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music from BAFTA. At the present time he is working with the Canadian director Xavier Dolan (Tom at the Farm, It’s Only the End of the World and the upcoming The Death and Life of John F Donovan). Listen here

2/3/2018
Sebastian to receive the Hans Christian Andersen Award 2018

The Award is presented in recognition of outstanding achievements in working with Hans Christian Andersen and of contributions to promoting and spreading further knowledge of the Danish national poet in many parts of the world. This work is expressed in the publication of new translations and publications, in many forms of artistic creativity, in philantrophical or educational activities. The Award Ceremony takes place on April 3rd in the poet’s native town of Odense. http://hans-christian-andersen-priskomite.dk/en/

22/2/2018
Music Sales acquires worldwide publishing rights to Julius Eastman catalog

G. Schirmer, Inc., part of The Music Sales Group, announces it has acquired the worldwide publishing rights to composer Julius Eastman’s catalog, including iconic works such as Femenine (1974), Stay on it (1973), and the controversial Nigger Series (1978-1979). The New York Times broke the news earlier today.Eastman has been praised for his fearlessness and originality as a composer, performer and pianist, mostly active in the 1970s and 1980s. An unabashed pride in his race and sexuality defines his artistry, along with his pioneering synthesis of minimalism and improvisation. "What I am trying to achieve is to be what I am to the fullest," Eastman said in 1976. "Black to the fullest, a musician to the fullest, a homosexual to the fullest." Blurring the boundaries between joy and austerity, his legendary compositions and performances were an extension of the life he led. Eastman tragically fell from the public eye during the final years of his life, plagued by mental illness, drug addiction and homelessness. He died on May 28th, 1990, in Buffalo, NY, and it would be nine months before a proper obituary was published in The Village Voice.Portions of his scattered, forgotten catalog have since been collected by composer Mary Jane Leach, whose archival work precipitated the essential album Unjust Malaise (New World Records, 2005) and book Gay Guerrilla: Julius Eastman and His Music (2015). These led to a growing awareness of and respect for Eastman and his music."Minimalist Composer Julius Eastman, Dead for 26 Years, Crashes the Canon," wrote The New York Times in 2016. An outpouring of festivals, performances, commercial releases, and publicity continue to intensify Eastman’s fame and celebrate his singular genius: this past month in New York City, The Kitchen presented Julius Eastman: That Which is Fundamental. Other recent Eastman celebrations include those of the London Contemporary Music Festival, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, and Bowerbird in Philadelphia. Audiences and critics alike are quick to celebrate Eastman’s resurgent body of work, which The New Yorker recently described as "wild, grand, delirious, demonic…an uncontainable personality surging into sound.""Julius’ music profoundly affected both composition and performance since he first came on the scene in the mid-20th century," writes Gerry Eastman, brother of Julius, and accomplished saxophonist. "No one contributed so much to the ever-expanding breadth of musical composition emanating out of the seeds of minimalism which he alone planted. That such a renowned music publisher as G. Schirmer is dedicated to nurture and disseminate my brother’s music is a tremendous honor for him and our entire family and a gift to the public in general.""Publishing Julius Eastman’s catalog represents an opportunity to correct both a social and musicological wrong," said Schirmer President Robert Thompson. "The canon of American contemporary music cannot be considered complete without inclusion of Eastman’s compositions, which until recently have gone largely neglected and unpublished. Now that Julius Eastman’s work has found a home at G. Schirmer, we are eager to facilitate the continued international discovery of this American master. We are deeply grateful to Gerry Eastman and the Eastman estate, and to those dedicated musicians and scholars who have worked tirelessly to bring the genius of Julius Eastman to the public." (Photo by Ron Hammond)

31/1/2018
Premiere on Hodja fra Pjort with theme song by Sebastian

February 8th is the opening night of new Danish animation film "Hodja fra Pjort" feat. Sebastians classic children's song from 1985 as the theme song. Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2soWtvneAg

1/11/2017
Philip Glass visits Musikhuset Aarhus, Denmark, November 18-19th

Legend, Philip Glass visits Musikhuset Aarhus with an exclusive concert featuring Glass’ compositions for solo piano. The works will be performed by Glass himself and guest pianists Anton Batagov, Aaron Diehl and Maki Namekawa. The concert concludes with the world premiere of Glass’ new work, ’Distant Figure, Passacaglia For Piano’, commissioned specifically for Aarhus 2017 – a piece composed for pianist Anton Bagatov, who will also perform the piece. https://musikhusetaarhus.dk/arrangementer/philip-glass-works-for-piano/ In the 1990s, Glass composed 16 of the etudes, each of which has its own approach to the instrument. After a decade-long break, the last four etudes were written as a commission on the occasion of Glass’ 75th birthday in 2013, where they all premiered. The complete collection of The Etudes is performed as one programme by Philip Glass and four guest pianists. https://musikhusetaarhus.dk/arrangementer/philip-glass-the-complete-piano-etudes/

28/9/2017
Carnival Youth Showcase at MONDO.NYC 2017

The Latvian indie band Carnival Youth is one of the most successful new bands from Europe as endorsed by The European Border Breakers award at Eurosonic 2016. The sound of Carnival Youth blends exciting melodies with the energy of rock – whether it’s a sweet-sounding tune or a danceable hit. Their talent can be felt both on record and at the dynamic live performances. Friday October 6th at 10 pm they will play at Piano Showrrom http://mondo.nyc/

14/9/2017
Konni Kass to play at Vega, Copenhagen

Sjælfuld stemme i et smukt univers af elektronikDynamisk og levende musik er hvad bandet Konni Kass fra Færøerne giver os med et lydunivers bestående af synths og popmelodier - drevet frem af en sjælfuld stemme med kant. Bandet med de fire medlemmer har med deres helt egen tilgang til musikken fået meget opmærksomhed på kort tid. http://vega.dk/event/konni-kass-26134

13/9/2017
Manuel Gagneux of Zeal & Ardor signs to Music Sales

Swiss-American musician and songwriter Manuel Gagneux has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Music Sales. Manuel is the mastermind behind Zeal & Ardor, the avant-garde metal, blues and spiritual musical project whose debut album Devil Is Fine was released earlier this year to widespread critical acclaim. "Nothing released this year is as strange, inscrutable or wonderful," extolled Rolling Stone, hailing the debut album as "a dream world of infinite possibilities." In addition to his work with Zeal & Ardor, Manuel has been releasing chamber pop music under the alias Birdmasksince 2013.Listen to Devil Is Fine here and follow Zeal & Ardor to stay up-to-date.

13/9/2017
Ludovico Einaudi shares the making of ‘Elegy For The Arctic'

One year after creating ‘Elegy for the Arctic,’ Ludovico Einaudi shares the making of his iconic collaboration with Greenpeace. This behind-the-scenes glimpse shows the tremendous effort and care that was taken in creating the video short that affected 4.5 million viewers with its powerful, simple message, and how filming did not entirely go to plan. The footage below shows just how candid ‘Elegy for the Arctic’ was and further drives awareness to the global crisis both Einaudi and Greenpeace strive to convey. Greenpeace reflects on the newly-released footage:"The silence broken by the noise of the glacier as it fell off. Some notes torn from a grand piano floating in a sea of ice. Thus began the shocking video with which master Ludovico Einaudi put the soundtrack to the campaign to save the Arctic. It was recorded in Svalbard, in the Norwegian Arctic, just a year ago and managed to bring the thawing problem closer to millions of people around the world. It was not easy to do, but the result was worth it. Discover how one of the most magical moments was built in this campaign that seeks to protect one of the most threatened corners of the planet and on which we all depend." Einaudi shares his own sentiments: "One year ago I played “Elegy for the Arctic” in support to the campaign for a marine sanctuary in the North Pole’s international waters; One year has passed, “Save the Arctic” is still a global priority. We still need your support." For more information, visit Greenpeace.org and Ludovico Einaudi’s website. Photo by Pedro Armestre) https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=IUMog65A-nM

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