Flóð og Fjøra

Mpanakanto: Spælimenninir

Anarana: Flóð og Fjøra

Nivoaka: 1996

Famantatra: Tutl

Refiny: Cristal

Halavany: 62'19

Tombotsoa: import Faroe Islands

Vidiny : 12,50 €

Anampy

Laharana: CR00071TUTL

Fizarana

Flóð og Fjøra (Spælimenninir)

Spælimenninir ("the folk musicians") is a lively group of six musicians that play traditional and contemporary folk music from Scandinavia on fiddle, recorder, piano, guitar, mandolin and acoustic bass and vocals. The group's home base is the Faroe Islands in the far North Atlantic, a small cluster of islands located between Iceland, Norway and Scotland.

The band has - in a smart and varied set of strong, hummable new-made and traditional dance tunes, plus several instrumental developments of Faroese skjaldur, one of a kingo hymn, and two songs, one Faroese and one from Jutland - its own sound, an airy, zesty lift that twitches the feet for dancing, somewhere between Shetland, Norden, Scotland and Cape Breton in feel. (Andy Cronshaw, Folk Roots, UK).

Spælimenninir - Mpihira

  • Jan DANIELSSON : fiddle
  • Kristian BLAK : piano, harmonium, drum, vocal
  • Ívar BÆRENTSEN : mandolin, guitar, vocal
  • Sharon WEISS : recorder
  • Charlie PILZER : bass
  • Erling OLSEN : fiddle

Flóð og Fjøra - Feonkira

  • Hamborg Sekstur
  • Vals efter Per Rost
  • Kunvulsionslat
  • Uppi a einum Kasi -1
  • Freeland's Jigs
  • Umiaq
  • Mazurka efter Otto Trads
  • Erlings Polka/Erlendurs Polka
  • Rogva ut a krabbasker
  • Mads Doss
  • Rundt pa guivet
  • Engeleb indgangen til Jomfru Marie
  • Reinlennder efter Ole Oksas
  • Mikaels Polka
  • Oman kemur skrapur
  • Da Ferrt Reel/Lay Dee at Dee/Miss Spence's Reel
  • Jake's Waltz
  • Polkett efter Kristian Oskarsson
  • Polskor efter Gossa-Anders
  • Steamboat Quickstep/Coleraine
  • Tolin hann situr
  • Uppi a einum kasi - 2
  • Maivalsurin
  • Raby Hopsa

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