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Kantele Duo - Finnish Folk & Favourites album download

Kantele Duo - Finnish Folk & Favourites album download

Kantele Duo
Finnish Folk & Favourites
Finnish Folk,Nordic Traditions
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Executive-Producer – Reijo Kiilunen. Kantele – Matti Kontio, Sinikka Järvinen. Liner Notes – Andrew Bentley (2). Photography By – Antero Luoto. Photography By – Reiner Frommer. Producer – Sinikka Järvinen.

cd Kantele Duo: Finnish Folk and Favourites (Ondine Octopus, Finland) Ignore its dull title - this is extremely skilful playing of duets on chromatic concert kanteles. The duo use a range of techniques (including train impersonations) largely on their own compositions. JPP JPP are the central band of contemporary pelimanni music. cd Devil's Polska/Pirun Polska (Olarin, Finland; Xenophile, US) JPP's 1992 'greatest hits' album is also recommended for a sense of the evolution of their distinctive twist to Kaustinen tunes. Polkkas, polskas, waltzes and more, including of course a tango. Maria Kalaniemi Finland's subtlest accordionist, drawing together threads from runo-song to Astor Piazzolla on five-row button accordion, using both chordal and free-bass techniques.

Kantelar - Finnish Folk Music. Kantelar - Finnish Folk Music added a new photo to the album Accordion players. 15 October 2012 ·. Meri-Tuuli Saarnio. The exhibition consists of photographs of modern Finnish kantele players depicted in portraits inspired by historical photos of kantele musicians from the 19th century. The photos were taken with a modern digital SLR-camera and printed into digital negatives which were then used to produce the final prints.

Finnish singer, kantele player and composer in the contemporary folk, neo-folk music genre. She is probably most well-known for her work with the band Hedningarna, which extended over eight years between 1991 and 1999. She was also a founding member of the group Loituma. Mimmit "Hoikka" Mimmit is a Finnish duo consisting of Pauliina Lerche (vocals, accordion, kantele) and her younger sister Hannamari Luukanen (vocals, fiddle) from Rääkkylä. The girls also have a very popular TV show for children where they mix animated stories with their music. Loituma's beautiful ballad from the album Kuutamolla (1998), with Anita Lehtola's magical vocals. Music and lyrics by Georg Malmstén. Photography by Estrella Branca.

Tracks count: 4. Views: 2. Grey Sylvan - D Minor Melody 03:27. Grey Sylvan - Chimes for Snow Melting 05:37. Grey Sylvan - Finnish Church Bells 06:07. Grey Sylvan - Joy Like A River 06:16.

The kantele is Finnish. As I think about this statement, it feels true. But is the kantele exclusively Finnish? After all, the statement could be construed to mean that. In Finnish, I feel I can safely refer to all members of this instrument family as kanteles, but in English, I do not want to appropriate instruments from different cultures under one umbrella by using the Finnish term exclusively; so I call the Russian instrument the gusli, says Väänänen. I have an exchange student at the Sibelius Academy who plays the Estonian kannel – but I noticed that in English she too refers to her instrument as a kantele.

Sylvan Grey began playing the kantele while attending college. She took a few lessons from Finland's well–known teacher and performer Ulla Katajavuori before returning to the United States. Lovely, quiet and soothing. It's not really a focused-listening album (unless you are the chillest human alive and/or an ethnomusicologist), but it's good for naptimes and bedtimes. Your hippie children will like it. Your non-hippie children will like it if you pretend it's from where Frozen is from. You should probably get this album and then lie on a reindeer fur and pretend you are the White Witch of Narnia. One person found this helpful.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Polska 125 Kantele Duo 2:57
2 Meksikon Pikajuna Kantele Duo 3:47
3 Oi Jos Nukkua Saisin Kantele Duo 2:20
4 Paronin Paras Polkka Kantele Duo 2:35
5 Maan Korvessa Kulkevi Kantele Duo 3:07
6 Lohi-Marjatan Valssi Kantele Duo 2:24
7 Hiskin Jenkka Kantele Duo 1:51
8 Lannen Valssi Kantele Duo 2:41
9 Waiwainen Walitan Waikiast Kantele Duo 4:18
10 Brisatka Kantele Duo 5:49
11 Kissalan Tytot Kantele Duo 2:53
12 Pieni Ihme Kantele Duo 1:26
13 Iltavilli Kantele Duo 3:32
14 Sotamarsalkka Mannerheimin Marssi Kantele Duo 3:12
15 Mikki-Hiiri Merihadassa Kantele Duo 3:39