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Songs of Fantasy, Myth & Legend - Sung in English & Anglo-Saxon

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ADAM  VIOLARIS

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Adam is a 27-year-old professional composer, known for his stand-out classical cues on the BBC One David Dimbleby series, ‘Seven Ages of Britain’, as well as the spin-off album inspired by the series, ‘Rainstriker’ - sung in English and Anglo-Saxon.

Adam is deeply passionate about music, composing and producing in the region of ten-thousand compositions and recordings from his home-studio since he was a young boy. Adam was taught music from an early age by his father, Andonis Violaris, an alumnus of The Royal Academy of Music in London, who passed on to Adam unique knowledge and secrets he learned from some of the finest musicians and composers of the 20th century - the influence of which can be heard in Adam’s work. This includes learning composition and orchestration with the English symphonic and opera composer, Alan Bush (who learned from

  Edward Elgar, John Ireland and Ralph Vaughan Williams), Harmony & Counterpoint with Eric Fenby (the amanuensis of Frederick Delius), synthesizer techniques with the contemporary composer Paul Patterson and film music orchestration with Leighton Lucas (The Dam Busters, Ice Cold In Alex), of which the latter film’s opening title sequence was used as a temp-track by John Williams when scoring the opening desert scene from ‘Star Wars’.