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Ambient Collection - Volume Two

Ambient Collection - Volume Two
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Price: £11.99
Availability: In Stock
Media: CD
Artist: Adrian Wagner
Barcode: 9781903773208
Source: DIS-AW010
Label: Multi Mediaquest
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Ambient Collection - Volume Two

Music for meditation and relaxation including 'Call to Prayer' and 'St Columba's Reparation'.
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Biography: Adrian Wagner

The composer, artist, media consultant and music producer, Adrian Wagner is the great-great grandson of the famous nineteenth-century Grail opera composer, Richard Wagner, whose popular master works include Lohengrin, Parsifal, Tannhauser and The Ring of the Nibelung. Adrian was born in Kent, England, in 1952, and educated at the Choir School, Canterbury and Kings School, Canterbury. From the age of 15, Adrian also studied art and painting at the very well equipped art school at Kings as well as setting up the new photographic society. He studied musical composition and orchestration with his father, who was Director of the R.A.F. music division, and others such as Alan Ridout, Allan Wicks and Paul Patterson at the Royal Academy of Music in London. His professional career began at the age of twenty, subsequent to which he worked with rock musicians and bands including Steamhammer, The Other Side, The Coming, Arthur Brown, Robert Calvert of Hawkwind, Alexis Korner, etc., performing at the Royal Albert Hall and other notable venues. He also worked alongside many artists, poets and actors; putting on exhibitions, festivals and theatre events involving the, so called, underground arts and cultural movement of the early '70s. This was a remarkable period for Adrian and created the seeds for the projects he is so passionately involved with today. A term he coins for this 21st Century movement is 'New Renaissance'!
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