I read somewhere that “Yiruma” means “I will succeed” in Korean. Well, he became famous with his music and married an ex Miss Korea. Who could ask for more? Just one "warning" for those who are not familiar with his style: he is very treble oriented.
By the way, did you know that the Korean lettering “Hangul” is an alphabet, unlike the Japanese or Chinese lettering, and easy to learn?
이루마 = Iruma.
이= i, ㅇ= [ng], not pronounced before a vowel at the beginning of a syllable
If I could see you again
Kiss the rain
Greetings from Germany.
Thank you very much for posting the links to these three very beautiful pieces. The all sound flawless to my ears. Bethany and I have listened and she now has me searching for sheet music so she can take a look at the work of this composer.
We both particularly like "Kiss the rain". Having said that "Wait there" has a real familiarity in terms of the chord progressions which make the piece endearing through its comfortable meter and phrasing.
A great interlude at mid day on a Sunday, very enjoyable.
Tim and Bethany