Music, Television

New release: Under The Spell of Love: Raqna Ondondo Go – @AlexHummingson & @AnthonyBerlin with @delaneyrob

Do you remember this article

Finally, well in time for the Game of Thrones season 7 finale, you may now hear the tune that article was all about, Raqna Ondondo Go (Under The Spell of Love), on Spotify.

Inspired by the popular TV show Game of Thrones, the lyrics are in High Valyrian – a fictional language invented by David J. Peterson.
Music by Berlin & Hummingson. Lyrics by Rob Delaney. 

Special thanks to David J. Peterson for helping out with the High Valyrian. 
Copyright (c) Berlin & Hummingson.

All Rights Reserved (but don’t be afraid to ask).

Music, Television

TV #Łańcut interviewing @AlexHummingson on the Łańcut Castle theatre stage 

Pictured: A conversation with TV Łańcut on the palace theatre stage about my great grandfather and how Łańcut inspires me in my profession as a composer. 

The theatre at the Lancut castle is the only palace theatre in Poland preserved to this day. Designed by Józef Henny and built in 1792 for Princess Izabela Lubomirska. 

Special thanks to the Łańcut Palace staff, TV Łańcut, Miejski Dom Kultury w Łańcucie, and the Łańcut Palace director Mr. Wojtowicz.

Alex Hummingson interviewed by TV Łańcut at the Łańcut Palace, Poland
In The Media, Music

The lost @SonyMusicSweden tape found and now on @Spotify! 

Dollies 2008 studio version of “Byns Enda Blondin” by Niklas Strömstedt has finally made it on to Spotify (click the image below)!

Rumours of a reunion gig in 2018 are in high bloom. Time will tell…


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A musical theater song by @AlexHummingson & Jordan Brown in the making 

Alex Hummingson and Jordan Brown working away on a hot Summer day on a song with the working title “Why I Left This Town (Family Time)”. 

Stay tuned, hummingbirds!