Italian pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi has achieved major success with his introspective, atmospheric music, which has roots in minimalism and modern composition but expands to incorporate influences from rock and pop as well as African and Middle Eastern musics. His earliest works were compositions for theater and ballet during the 1980s, with 1988's Time Out serving as his debut album. Einaudi's first solo piano full-length, 1996's Le Onde, became a hit, and was eventually certified gold in Italy and silver in the United Kingdom. He received acclaim for subsequent film and television scores such as Luce dei miei occhi (2002) and Sotto falso nome (2004), while his studio albums included a collaboration with kora player Ballaké Sissoko (2003's Diario Mali) and orchestral works such as 2006's Divenire. Einaudi ventured into ...
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