Ola Gjeilo

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Ola Gjeilo ( YAY-loh, Norwegian: [ˈûːlɑ ˈjæ̀ɪlʊ]; born May 5, 1978) is a Norwegian composer and pianist, living in the United States.He writes choral music, and has written for piano and wind symphony, publishing through Walton Music, Edition Peters, and Boosey and Hawkes. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ola Gjeilo has received more than 213,521 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Ola Gjeilo is the 1,209th most popular composer, the 533rd most popular biography from Norway and the 13th most popular Norwegian Composer.

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Among composers, Ola Gjeilo ranks 1,209 out of 1,228Before him are Jonathan Larson, Lera Auerbach, John Ottman, Rhys Chatham, Airat Ichmouratov, and Steven Price. After him are Anu Malik, James MacMillan, Frederik Magle, Eric Whitacre, Ēriks Ešenvalds, and Michel van der Aa.

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Among people born in 1978, Ola Gjeilo ranks 472Before him are Yuliya Pechonkina, Srđan Baljak, Fish Leong, Christoph Spycher, Adalto, and Stephen Jackson. After him are Esteban Tuero, Lara Dutta, Satoshi Yamaguchi, Róbinson Zapata, Akeboshi, and Lucas Neill.

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In Norway

Among people born in Norway, Ola Gjeilo ranks 533 out of 735Before him are Alexander Sørloth (1995), Trine Skei Grande (1969), Bjørg Eva Jensen (1960), Thorstein Helstad (1977), Katrine Lunde (1980), and Knut Holmann (1968). After him are Nora Mørk (1991), Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide (1976), Geir Moen (1969), Lars Bystøl (1978), Roar Ljøkelsøy (1976), and Omar Elabdellaoui (1991).

Among COMPOSERS In Norway

Among composers born in Norway, Ola Gjeilo ranks 13Before him are Harald Sæverud (1897), Geirr Tveitt (1908), Halfdan Kjerulf (1815), Fartein Valen (1887), Klaus Egge (1906), and Thomas Bergersen (1980). After him are Marcus Paus (1979).

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