Various - Folk Music From Norway album download
|A1||–Tellef Kvifte||Bånsull Fra Pmli|
|A2||–Kirsten Bråten Berg||En Sang Til Deg|
|A4||–Embrik Bergaplass||Reinlender Etter Olav Sataslåtten|
|A5||–Ånon Egeland, Tellef Kvifte||Holtrilen|
|A6||–Vandrerne||Mari Du Bedåre|
|A7||–Andris A. Dahle, Trygve Bolstad, Erland Joplassen||Vårflaumen|
|A10||–Embrik Bergaplass||Sigurd I Peise|
|A11||–Leif Rygg, Knut Hamre||Nøringen|
|B1||–Kirsten Bråten Berg, Hallvard T. Bjørgum||Nils Og Jens Og Gjeidaug|
|B2||–Ånon Egeland, Tellef Kvifte||Skjerkholtrilen|
|B3||–Kirsten Bråten Berg||Kjempevisa Om Reiar|
|B5||–Gunnar Stubseid, Hallvard T. Bjørgum||Brureslag Frå Setesdal|
|B6||–Land Spelmannslag||Reinlender Etter Elling Steinset|
|B10||–Kirsten Bråten Berg||Jeg Gikk Meg Ut I Lunden Grønn|
NotesB11 "Heilo. Eng: Golden Piover, Lat: Piuvalis Apricaria" - There is no artist registered.
Various – Folk Music O. .Label: Folkways Records – FM 4008. Series: Ethnic Folkways Library –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Red Cover. Issued with 6 page folded insert including photographs, lyrics and notes. White labels with black printing. Recorded in Norway under the auspices of TONO (Norwegian Performing Rights Society). Rights Society: TONO. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Traditional Music from Norway. Audio CD, July 11, 2006. Ships from and sold by -importcds.
The Anthology of American Folk Music is a six-album compilation released in 1952 by Folkways Records (catalogue FP 251, FP 252, and FP 253), comprising eighty-four American folk, blues and country music recordings that were originally issued from 1927 to 1932. Experimental film maker Harry Smith compiled the music from his personal collection of 78 rpm records. The album is famous due to its role as a touchstone for the American folk music revival in the 1950s and 1960s
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But Norway still has an astonishing, vital traditional music scene. It all thrives in a country with a population less than London’s. Whatever Norway is doing, it’s doing it right. Since 2000, across various labels, he has worked on all reissues of the original albums by The Damned. His own imprint – RPM International – is dedicated to of non-UK, non-American music. In the field of music PR, campaigns worked on include Morten Harket and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Norway is a country of rich folk music traditions. When we speak of "folk music", we are generally referring to traditional, anonymous music from rural communities, music that has survived the passage of time and is still very much alive although it has never been written down. Songs and Dances of Norway - Smithsonian Folkways. Songs and Dances of Norway. Various Artists This 1954 release is a snapshot of traditional Norwegian folk music
Folk Music from Norway. Release Date: 18th Nov 2016. Catalogue No: EUCD2686. On this album, Ken Embrey and Jan eLandstra are playing Hardanger Fiddles. They are both deeply involved in teaching the fiddle, playing for dances and organizing Scandinavian folk music activities along the west coast of America. On double bass I have Piper Heisig who is known for her versatile style. Paul Espinoza on accordion and Margie Butler on harp are my friends from "Golden Bough". They have been performing together for the last thirty-five years.
Folk music in Norway falls in another 2 main categories based in the ethnic populations from which they spring: North Germanic and Sami. Traditional Sami music is centered around a particular vocal style called joik. Originally, joik referred to only one of several Sami singing styles, but in English the word is often used to refer to all types of traditional Sami singing. Perhaps the most popular and controversial of modern Hardanger fiddle artists is Annbjørg Lien, who released her first album, Annbjørg in 1989. The album featured Helge Førde and Frode Fjellheim and was both praised for its innovative fusion work and expressive style, and criticized for its watering-down of traditional sounds and a lack of regional tradition. Other Norwegian traditional instruments include