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"Let Her Go" is a song written and recorded by British singer-songwriter Passenger. Recorded at Sydney's Linear Recording and co-produced by Mike Rosenberg and Chris Vallejo. Featuring a band of Australian musicians Stu Larsen, Georgia Mooney, Stu Hunter, Cameron Undy and Glenn Wilson. "Let Her Go" was released in July 2012 as the second single from Passenger's third album All the Little Lights. In early 2013, the song broke through in Europe and Oceania, reaching number-one in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, making it his first international success. The music video was directed and produced by the Australian video artist Dave Jensen that shows the stage being prepared for a Passenger concert, with footage of Passenger performance with his backing band and shots of the audience.
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Mike Rosenberg (born 17 May 1984), better known by his stage name Passenger, is an English folk-rock singer-songwriter. His nickname comes from the folk-rock band of which he was the founder, main vocalist and songwriter, and which released just one album. When the members of the band chose to go their own separate ways in 2009, Rosenberg opted to keep the band's name for his solo work. His most successful single "Let Her Go" has topped the charts in 16 countries so far. Mike Rosenberg had started performing at the age of 16. He founded Passenger with Andrew Phillips in 2003 in Brighton and Hove. The five-person band's debut and only album, Wicked Man's Rest, was released in 2007 on Chalkmark. All 11 tracks of the album were co-written by Andrew Phillips and Mike Rosenberg. The band broke up in 2009, citing Rosenberg as being "...a bit of a tit for singing in a ridiculous mock foreign accent" as the reason for the split. "Let Her Go" is a song written and recorded by British singer-songwriter Passenger. Recorded at Sydney's Linear Recording and co-produced by Mike Rosenberg and Chris Vallejo. Featuring a band of Australian musicians Stu Larsen, Georgia.
THE HISTORY OF THE MODERN DAY PIANO
If you talk about love and melody together, the first thing that comes to your mind is the sweet tune of the piano. Ranging from the classic masterpieces of the Beethoven’s Symphony to the classical melodies of music maestro Yanni, the sound of a playing piano has always been a delight to the ears. The piano has provided some classic notes over its life of more than 300 years. Modern day piano has evolved a lot as compared to its most basic version developed in the early 18th century from the harpsichord. The modern day piano, however, is case out of an iron frame with a frame where strings are fastened and wrest plank that assists in tuning the strings for the musical clarity.