Yiruma – The Very Best of Yiruma: Yiruma & Piano [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

Album: Yiruma – The Very Best of Yiruma: Yiruma & Piano

Artist: Yiruma

Quality: iTunes Plus AAC / M4A

Genres: Instrumental, Music, World, Classical, Classical Crossover, New Age

Released: 30 November 2011 – ℗ 2011 Neowiz Internet


Track List:

1Wait There
2Tears On Love
4May Be
5Love Me
6River Flows In You
7It’s Your Day
8When the Love Falls
9Passing By
10Do You?
11As You Wish
12All Myself to You
13Spring Rain
14What Beautiful Stars
17Kiss the Rain
18Sometimes … Someone
19The Sunbeams … They Scatter
 CD 2
1Destiny of Love
2추억과 함께 영원히 둘로 남는다
3내 창가에서 보이는 풍경
4Nocturnal Rainbow – 밤의 무지개
5Because I Love You – 사랑하기 때문에
6Poem + 詩처럼
7Wonder Boy – 가을과 겨울이 만났다
8Fotografia – 희망이란 아이
9Elegy – 내 마음에 비친 내 모습
10One Day Diary
11Lord … Hold My Hand
18Kiss the Rain (String Version)
19When the Love Falls (String Version)
CD 3
1하늘 사이로
2너에게 보낸 내 마음
3슬픔, 물 위에 잠들다
4너의 마음속엔 강이 흐른다 (River Flows In You) [feat. Ruvin]
5그 끝에는 내가 잊을까?
6잊혀지는… 잊혀질 시간들
7나에게로 (To My Heart)
8함께 떠나다 (How Could I)
9잠시 (Just for a While)
11널 그리다 (The Things I Really)
12사랑하기를 (Beloved) [By 정재욱]


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About Yiruma

Born on February 15, 1978 in Seoul, South Korea, pianist Yiruma (real name: I Ru-ma) has released a string of successful albums in the 2000s and managed to land a number one hit with his composition “River Flows in You.” Additionally, he was the first Korean artist to be invited to perform at the 2002 MIDEM in Cannes, France.

Yiruma began playing the piano at the age of five and then moved to London in 1988 to study at the Purcell School of Music, where he graduated in July 1997. In June 2000, he completed a composition major at King’s College London, and from 2001 onward he released a number of albums that can be categorized somewhere between the “contemporary classical” and “new age” genres.

His 2001 album First Love contained the composition “River Flows in You,” which subsequently became a number one hit in several countries, especially when it was briefly considered to be included on the soundtrack of the movie Twilight. Even though the producers ultimately did not use the piece, a series of YouTube videos appeared online where Yiruma’s cut was put into the corresponding scene, boosting the track’s popularity and resulting in it being remixed by German DJ Alex Christensen in 2010.

Yiruma also composed the scores for the movie Oasis (directed by Lee Chang-dong) and the stop-motion animated film Doggy Poo (directed by Kwon Oh-sung). ~Christian Genzel


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