Gjallarhorn - Ranarop (2002 Edition) album flac
|2||Konungen Och Trollkvinnan||5:20|
|4||I Fjol Så||3:05|
|7||I Riden Så...||4:28|
|8||Sjöjungfrun Och Konungsdottern||6:40|
|14||Reindeer Dreaming (From The Film By Antii Haase)||7:04|
- Didgeridoo – Tommy Mansikka-Aho
- Didgeridoo, Percussion, Vocals [Additional] – Jakob Frankenhaeuser
- Double Bass – Marcus Söderström
- Layout, Photography By – Christian Yakowlef
- Percussion – David Lillkvist, Okay Temiz
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Martin Kantola
- Recorded By, Producer, Percussion – Wincent Högberg
- Viola, Mandola – Adrian Jones
- Viola, Mandola, Vocals [Additional] – Christopher Öhman
- Vocals [Additional] – Tomas Höglund
- Vocals, Fiddle – Jenny Wilhelms
NotesCardboard cover that opens into three panels.
|0630-19627-2||Gjallarhorn||Ranarop Call Of The Sea Witch (CD, Album)||Finlandia Records||0630-19627-2||Finland||1997|
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In Norse mythology, Gjallarhorn is a horn associated with the god Heimdallr and the wise being Mímir. Gjallarhorn is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional material, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.
Studio Album, released in 1998. Songs, Tracks Listing. And, as a welcome bonus, the album was re-released in 2002 with an extra track: "Reindeer Dreaming", part of a soundtrack to a documentary film by Antii Haase. The movie follows a tribe of indigenous Australians invited to attend a local arts festival in Finland: a true meeting of far-flung kindred souls, concluding an album that also feels like a surprise visit from close friends you never knew existed.
Gjallarhorn hail from Ostrobothnia, a culturally Swedish region of Finland. The most immediately evident instrument on this recording is a decidedly non-Nordic didgeridoo. Gjallarhorn are primarily an acoustic group, but they have a large, highly produced sound that sweeps the listener away. They sing old ballads and ancient stories, and do it in a stridently contemporary style. Yet this band of contradictions has produced an album of remarkable cohesiveness and creativity
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