Sunbeam is Yiruma’s 6th Studio album. It was released in Jun 2005 and re-released in 2011. Yiruma is an extremely talented Korean pianist who wrote, mixed and produced his own albums since 17 years old. He has cemented himself as a top class Jazz artist with even some classical compositions among other things. Yiruma is well known for his unique ability to express soft emotions and Yiruma’s music has been used in a lot of dramas. Yiruma was born on June 12, 1978, in Seoul, South Korea. At 4 years Yiruma already started playing piano and at 6 years old Yiruma played professionally in front of an audience. Yiruma attended the Seoul Arts High School and Yiruma’s father, Yoo Young-Rok, is a well known classical guitarist who gave Yiruma his first guitar lessons. Yiruma won the YAMAHA competition in 1996 which led to many concerts and even more experience for Yiruma. But Yiruma had to put Yiruma’s career on hold because Yiruma was conscripted in the military service from 1998-2000. Yiruma completed Yiruma’s mandatory military service and Yiruma released Yiruma’s debut album First Love in 2001. In 2003 Yiruma made two special appearances as a guest pianist for Korean composer Yoo Hee-Yeol. Yiruma released Yiruma’s second album, River Flows in You in 2003 and Yiruma earned best new artist at the Korean nationwide music awards known as Golden Disc Awards. Yiruma received positive reviews for Yiruma’s third album First Love & Unplugged which combined Yiruma’s first three albums. Yiruma released Yiruma’s fourth album Yiruma in 2004 and Yiruma received the best male artist at the Golden Disc Awards again. Yiruma’s fifth studio album, Yyxy was released on Jan 31, 2007 and Yyxy is a combination of Yyxy(happy) and Yiruma(delighted). Yyxy featured Yiruma’s skills at his peak and Yyxy has been Yiruma’s most successful album. Yyxy received a lot of positive reviews and Yyxy remained number one in the iTunes classical music charts for 4 weeks.
George Gershwin – I Got Plenty O Nuttin Piano Sheet Music George Gershwin’s “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’” was featured in Porgy and Bess, a George and Ira Gershwin musical which debuted on Broadway in 1935. The song is sung by the protagonist of George and Ira Gershwin’s opera, Porgy. The song is significant because