Ronan Hardiman is among Ireland’s top composers of traditional music, in charge of the rating to Lord from the Dance in addition to many Irish movies and tv series. Given birth to in Dublin to some father highly put into Irish broadcasting, Hardiman paid attention to rock and roll & move and pop as a kid (while his siblings favored traditional Irish music). He worked well like a clerk at the lender of Ireland for twelve years, and sometimes playing in pop rings through the 1980s. After giving up his work, though, he made up material based even more on Irish customs than pop music, designed for radio and tv; months later published the theme music towards the documentary My Riviera, which became quite well-known in Ireland. Through the next couple of years, Hardiman made up for Coca-Cola and Guinness and obtained his status as Ireland’s greatest modern composer. He was contacted by Michael Flatley, inventor of Riverdance, to compose the rating to the brand new creation Lord from the Dance. Thanks a lot in large component to the achievement of the creation, Hardiman obtained a recording agreement through Philips and released his debut recording, Solas, in early 1998.