Audio: Original compositions 

and arrangements by

Elias Davidsson


Piano compositions


Circus-Music (Two pianos - computer generated)

Marelka (Piano)

Tea for Three (Piano 6 hands)

Theme and variations (2 pianos 8 hands)

Quasi un tango (2 pianos 8 hands)

Dream/Traum (2 pianos 8 hands)

Ondine (2 pianos 8 hands)


Chamber music


Sarabande (3 clarinets)

Contemplation and joy I (Clarinet and piano)

Contemplation and joy II (Clarinet and piano)


Songs


Flóttinn (Vocal and piano in Icelandic)


Orchestra


Circus-Music (Orchestra - computer generated)


Miscellenia


Rag hin und her (Akkordeon)

Icelandic lithophone description and musical piece


From "Geschichte & Geschichten von Rapperswil und Jona (CH) - 1998"


Ouvertüre (Piano 4 hands)

Bauerntanz (2 Accordeons)

Der Revoluzzer (Voice and piano)


Arrangements of Icelandic songs (instrumental)


Öxar við ána (folk song)

Litlaflugan (music: Sigfús Halldórsson)

Litla kvæðið um litlu hjónin (music: Páll Ísólfsson)

Kvölda tekur, sest er sól (folk song)

Í Hlíðarendakoti (music: Friðrik Bjarnason)

Á Sprengisandi (folk song)

Fröken Reykjavík (music: Jón Múli Árnason)

Álfareiðin (folk song)


Performers: 

Performers: Hallfridur Ólafsdóttir (flute, picc.), Dadi Kolbeinsson (Oboe and Engl. Horn), Einar Jóhannesson (Clarinet), Hafsteinn Gudmundsson (Bassoon), Rúnar Vilbergsson (bassoon), Joseph Oglibene (Fr. Horn), Ásgeir Steingrímsson (Trumpet), Eiríkur Örn Pálsson (Trumpet), Oddur Björnsson (Trombone), Bjarni Gudmunsson (Tuba), Steef van Oosterhout (Percussion and marimba), Reynir Sigurdsson (Percussion and accordeon), Elías Davídsson (piano), Símon H. Ívarsson (Guitar), Martin Frewer (Violin), Ágústa Jónsdóttir (Violin), Helga Thorarinsdóttir (Viola), Gudrún Th. Sigurdardóttir (Cello), Richard Korn (Contrabass) and Sigurdur Rúnar Jónsson (Guitar). Most performers are members of the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra.