The cinematic music of Norwegian composer/producer and keyboard player Christian Welde has elements of electronica, classical, jazz and pop. 

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The 2021 edit of Seascape is out

Seascape has its origin from the debut album Fairytales (1998). It was the last track on the album and included a “hidden/secret track”, 30 sec after its end. On this…

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Cover artwork for FLOW

I am very happy to present the cover for the upcoming single FLOW, to be released on May 21. Visual artist Olaug V. Welde is the creator of the wonderful…

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Radio interview (Norwegian)

Christian Welde komponerer musikk hjemme i Kopervik og spiller selv alt av keyboards. Når han skal hente inn stemmer og andre instrumenter, bruker han folk i Nashville, Los Angeles, New…

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Summer Forest doing well on playlists

Summer Forest featured on playlist by Ambient tones is a playlist by featuring artists like David Helping, Brian Eno and Biosphere. I am happy to be a part…

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December music

They may not be Christmas songs, but a few of my tracks have a Christmas or December mood to them. Starting with two tracks from the Fairytales album, The Colour…

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30 year old song re-recorded

One of Christians “old” songs, Darling Blue, was recently re-recorded by Norwegian artist Geir Halleland. Halleland also recorded the song back in 1992. Listen to the song here.

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Christians upcoming single, Aerial, is set for release on May 29th. Stylistically the instrumental track will be far away from the latest single, When Echoes Fade.

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