Troels Hammer – The Human Tree

Danish composer & pianist, Troels Hammer’s instrumental style fluctuates between ambience and electronica, from lounge to the dancefloor. When Troels Hammer sits down at the piano, the music flows through him and captivates the audience with a style that is both relaxing and intense. He himself says that he creates music you can dip in and out of – or get carried away by. Intermediation has been the centre of Troels Hammer’s entire professional life and also musically he is driven to set the tone for stories and touch elements recognisable to the audience.

“The Human Tree” is the highly anticipated new album from Danish composer & pianist Troels Hammer. These Troels Hammer’s ambient songs fused with hints of world music elements and influence as prolific asnd progressive, especially in the way he composes different moods, crossing different musical spectrums, as well as keeping it interesting, makes this collection of songs special. Furthermore, this is an album that produces a sense of peace and contentment that can be enjoyed any time, whether it be late-night shutdowns, early evening sunsets, and even at the beginning of the day, you can’t lose.

Troels Hammer – The Human Tree

The album opener “Letters From Uhuru” feat. Rodrigo Shah on saxophone, really sets the tone magnificently for the album. Dream-like chords, soft piano melody, and gentle sax, the track has a dark, melodic combination of classical composition of synths that is certainly reminiscent of Vangelis’ Blade Runner Score. “Botswana Girl” featuring the majestic voice of Åsne Valland Nordli and is the lead single from the album. The track carries the ambient, new-age feel of the album in its production. “Mockingbird” an absolute sunset balearic classic in the making. The tracks slowly builds and then the tribal rhythms of the bongos erupt with great aplomb.”Grindadráp” features the vocal talents of Faroe islander Liv Næs. You are almost transported there with the cinematic soundscape and her dream-folky tones drifting you across the sea. “Theme From Ngong Hills” showcases Troels exceptional piano composition talent as his delicate chords, subtle pauses, combined with the cello strips it back to its classical elements. The tempo increases and the mood transcends from the cold of the north to the warm mediterranean air on “Sunrise At Beira Beach” which features the exceptional flamenco guitar playing from label mate & friend Jacob Gurevitsch.

After “Fishing in Sahara” we go surfing with the tropical beats of Thomas Schulz & Kenneth Bager on “Waves Of Cape Town”. Arriving at “Serengeti Nights” we calm things down with Troels at the piano once more. Next up is the title track “The Human Tree” featuring the voice of Mariana Sadovska and Jonas Krog on guitar. Soft pads, ambient synths, Spanish guitar transport you further afield. Next up we have “Mozambique” co-written & featuring the vocals of world renowned artist Deva Premal. Her medidative, spiritual new-age mantra compliment the melodies and rhythms of the track that build layer upon layer with astonishing effect. A sure-fire modern classic in this genre. We head now to Africa’s west coast on “Gold Coast” which creates a beautiful audio landscape of birds singing, mixed with xylophone before the musical scenery flavour ends with troels’ trademark piano compositions “View of Wisdom” and the dreamy ambience of “The Moon of Qulimane”.


01. Letters from Uhuru.mp3
02. Botswana Girl.mp3
03. Mockingbird.mp3
04. Sunrise at Beira Beach.mp3
05. Theme from Ngong Hills.mp3
06. Grindadrap.mp3
07. Fishing in Sahara.mp3
08. Waves of Cape Town.mp3
09. Mozambique.mp3
10. Gold Coast.mp3
11. View of Wisdom.mp3

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Nicholas Wilson
I am glad to present on this site my collection of music in the Worldmusic, Enigmatic, Chillout style, and also my interesting serial collections of electronic music such as Buddha Bar, Cafe del Mar, and other

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