William Ogmundson | Marble Halls

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Marble Halls

by William Ogmundson

Soothing and meditative.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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Pam Asberry

Perfect in its simplicity!
“Marble Halls” is William Ogmundson’s cover of the aria “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls” from the 1843 opera by Michael William Balfe. This song was very popular in the 19th and 20th centuries and has been recorded countless times by musicians in many genres—including Enya, whose 1991 album “Shepherd Moons,” on which the song appears, was awarded the Grammy for Best New Age Album in 1993.

I am a big fan of William Ogmundson’s and his gorgeous arrangement of this beautiful song does not disappoint. The plaintive single-note melody soars above a gentle broken chord accompaniment and is absolutely perfect in its simplicity. Now available everywhere music is sold or streamed! Very highly recommended!

Steve Sheppard

Utterly beautiful piano
Marble Halls is a piece of music that has floated through the ether of time in one capacity or another for eons now, and each and every time it resurfaces, another gem of class is found.
Much the same can be said of pianist William Ogmundson’s version, his attention to detail on this arrangement is really attractive and one that floats with a distinctive nature down the stream of life, ever drifting onward as if within a dream.
However Ogmundson has recreated this piece with a real sense of sublime precision and delicacy. The gentle performance is respectful in nature, but confident in approach and should bring a smile to anyone who hears its delightful tones.
Marble Halls by William Ogmundson manifests a musical time machine, where all is bright and light, and the halls of marble sparkle in an early spring sunlight that filters through the time worn curtains of yesteryear. As far as classics go, this single and the performance within is utterly beautiful.

Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
Marble Halls is a solo piano single release by pianist/composer/arranger William Ogmundson. Very classically-styled with a gently-rolling left hand and a sweet, uncomplicated melody, this is the first single from Ogmundson’s upcoming album (releasing mid-March 25, 2019), Forevermore. Marble Halls is an arrangement of a song from the opera, The Gypsy Girl from 1843. The opera was composed by Michael William Balfe with a libretto by Alfred Bunn, but as he always does, Ogmundson truly makes the piece his own. Very quiet yet overflowing with heartfelt emotion, it’s a very tantalizing tease for the album! I look forward to being one of the first in line on the release date!