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Genres You Will Love
New Age: Neo-Classical Classical: Piano solo Moods: Featuring Piano Moods: Instrumental Electronic: Ambient

By Location
Austria

Links
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Gerald Krampl

The Present:
"Pure Piano, Pure Music" is the motto now for Gerald's present works. After his 2015 released solo piano album "Landscapes", and 2016 "Dreamscapes", followed now the third album in his "Scapes" series - "Waterscapes". The 10 solo piano pieces are again in a neo-classical / new age style, and cruise this time thematically around the element Water and it's inhabitants. The unique sound of the refurbished Euterpe piano at Gerald's home gives his pieces a distinctive character of intimacy and personality, so that in fact nothing else to add is needed - just a piano, just pure music!
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The Past:
Gerald Krampl's musical career started in his early youth in the 60s, by being trained in classical piano and music theory. In the 70s and 80s he formed two prog-rock bands, Kyrie Eleison and Indigo, which gained a high reputation worldwide in the prog-rock community. Gerald played keyboards and wrote all songs, and several LPs, CDs and singles were successfully released. His own company IndigoMusic was founded in 1983, first mainly to market his own band works, but soon the rooster was expanded with various side projects ranging from disco to folk, which were produced in the also own studio for various major record companies.
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After a break 1993 from the music business followed a new start in 1999 with his AGNUS DEI “Project for Music & Poetry” together with his wife and poet Hilde, settled in the New Age / Therapeutic Music genre. After her unexpected death in 2002, 4 regular albums – Lemuria (2002), Merlyn (2002), Angelos (2003) Gaia (2004) plus 2 Reiki Music compilations (2005) were partly posthumously released, on his therefore new Sandrose label. Successfully distributed by partners in EU, USA and CAN, they were highly acclaimed and also reached top positions in the US New Age Radio Charts.
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Since 2006 Gerald works now as a solo artist in a Neo-Classical / Ambient Electronic style, writing and producing music for various projects. So f.e. the soundtrack music for films and web presentations (31Projects.at - a Web and TV Documentary abou the Holocaust, 7Minuten.at…), accompanying music for a German spoken fairy tales album – “Es war einmal…”(2008),branded “give away” CDs for companies, and of course also the music for his frequently released solo albums - 31Projects–The Music (expanded soundtrack, 2007), Timediver (2008), Innocent Wasteland (2009), Lighthouse (2010), and Wonder Way (2012), which was this time recorded in collaboration with reknown viola and violin player Peter Sagaischek, who now replaced the synthetic strings sounds with his acoustic instruments, adding a completely new dimension to the songs.
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2013 then saw the birth of a first real solo piano album - "Solo Piano Collectibles", which contains revisited songs from his last three releases plus three new tracks, all played on his vintage Euterpe piano at home on which most of the songs in Geralds musical career were composed.
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In 2014 Gerald's next solo piano album "...until at last, night closes in" was released. This time the completely new composed material, 14 songs in a melodious neo-classical or new age style, was mobile recorded on a beautiful Boesendorfer Grand in the "Theater Kurpark Oberlaa" in Vienna, on just one single day in May.
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Discography (Solo Works):
Dreamscapes (Solo Piano) (2016)
Landscapes (Solo Piano) (2015)
...Until At Last, Night Closes In (Solo Piano) (2014)
Solo Piano Collectibles (2013)
Wonder Way (2012)
Lighthouse (2010)
Innocent Wasteland (2009)
Timediver (2008)
31Projects - Soundtrack (2006)

+ 7 albums with Agnus Dei Project, 6 albums with Indigo, 2 albums with Kyrie Eleison, 1 album with classical Fairy Tales accompanied by music.

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