Hildur Guðnadóttir (1982) is an Icelandic cello player and singer who has been manifesting herself at the forefront of experimental pop and contemporary music (e.g. with the band múm). In her solo work she draws out a broad spectrum of sounds from her instrument, ranging from intimate simplicity to huge soundscapes.
"Gudnadottir takes a cello and a gentle voice and, through software manipulation, scales simple phrases up to celestial heights" - The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music
- Mount A (as Lost in Hildurness) (12 Tónar 2006)
Second Childhood (Quecksilber 2007)
Without Sinking (Touch 2009), with a vinyl version with extra tracks in 2011
Mount A (as Hildur Guðnadóttir) (Touch 2010)
Leyfðu Ljósinu (Touch, 2012)