SILFUR is inspired by the relationship between music and time. Dustin O'Halloran undertook an exciting musical journey into the past and recorded a delightful selection of his early piano solo pieces, some of which are also provided with new soulful string arrangements, in special places in Iceland with which he is close feels connected. For example in the old wooden Fríkirkjan Church in Reykjavík. Here he played his first Icelandic concert with Jóhann Jóhannsson and Hauschka when he visited the country for the first time. This closes the circle of time. He also adds two completely new compositions to his unmistakable, emotional piano pieces of timeless atmospheric beauty.
Opus 28 (feat. Siggi String Quartet)
Opus 55 (feat. Bryan Senti)
Opus 17 (String Quartet Version)*
Opus 37 (feat. Siggi String Quartet)
Constellation No. 2 (feat. Gyða Valtýsdóttir)**
*Siggi String Quartet (string quartet)
**Gyða Valtýsdóttir (cello)
TRACK 1 AND TRACK 15 ARE BRAND NEW COMPOSITIONS.