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Sofia Joons, Emma Härdelin, Meelika Hainsoo - Strand…Rand - Folk Chorales And Songs From The West Coast Of Estonia download mp3 album
Performer:
Sofia Joons
Album:
Strand…Rand - Folk Chorales And Songs From The West Coast Of Estonia
Released:
2001
FLAC vers. size:
1274 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1930 mb
WMA vers. size:
1530 mb
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4.6 ★
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Rand is an album of "Folk chorales and songs from the west coast of Estonia," sung solo a cappella, or with sparse accompaniment, by the sweet but reserved voices of three women: Sofia Joons, from Sweden but with ancestors from Estonia, Emma Härdelin (of Sweden's Triakel and Garmarna), and Estonian singer Meelika Hansoo. The songs and hymns are traditional, and target the island of Vormsi near the mainland; some seem to be composites of songs or texts put to music. Most songs are hymns, actually recorded in churches in Sweden and Estonia. Hainsoo sings a 17th century hymn in Estonian, again from Vormsi, "Kas Sureb nii mu kõige armsan elu?" strumming simply on a kannel, or lap harp; she sings a "See jõulupäev," an unaccompanied Christmas song.

Sofia Joons, Emma Härdelin, Meelika Hainsoo - Stran. and - Folk Chorales And Songs From The West Coast Of Estonia ‎(CD, Album). Johanson & Vennad Ltd. JVCD004.

Fjärde generationen folkmusiker i Familjen Härdelin. Some important stuff: Doors open at 20:30. For everyone that is. Eaters and non-eaters. Be there on time! Especially important for you who is going to eat though. They will start serving the dinner pretty much at once. Make sure you don’t miss out on anything! We will start playing the first set during the dinner. Not before 21:15 though. We won’t mail you any e-tickets.

Sofia Joons, Emma Härdelin, Meelika Hainsoo "Ensamt", "Alone". Duration: 3:17 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Sofia Joons, Emma Härdelin, Meelika Hainsoo – "Ensamt", "Alone".

Songs from the West Coast is the twenty-sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, released worldwide on 1 October 2001. Many critics have said that this album brought him back to his piano-based musical roots. Elton once again collaborated with long-time lyricist Bernie Taupin. Drummer Nigel Olsson returns to the band full-time. Tata Vega makes an early appearance as a backup vocalist and joined the EJ band later

Estonian-swedish music has been one spacial part of estonia folk music. Mixing estonian ja swedish music tradition and that have become something new and the same time something familiar. Today it is almost gone, now we can only hear distant ecos from that time. This record give us new approach Estonian-swedish folk music. We have opportunity to listen folk chorales, songs and tunes from Estonia-swedish islands and coastal areas in west of Estonia. Performed by: Sofia Joons - vocals, bowed-lyre (hiiu kannel), fiddle, bowes-gusli; Meelika Hainsoo - vocal, fiddle; Robert Jürjendal - guitar; Mall Ney - harmonium. Contents: 1. För Skeppare och Bätsman 2. Desse äro de tio bud 3. Ma olen maa peal võõras 4. Sion klagar 5. Neil kõrgustel 6. Mig dagen flyr, Päev lõpeb nüüd 7. Uue aasta koraal 8. Det gamla ar 9. Esaie, Jesaja 10.

Emma Härdelin is a Swedish musician. She is a

Emma Härdelin (born September 26, 1975) is a Swedish musician. She is a violinist and lead singer in folk-rock band Garmarna, which she joined in 1993 for their first album, and also lead singer for the folk band Triakel. Härdelin was born into a family of nationally acclaimed musicians as the daughter of Swedish traditional fiddler Thore Härdelin. She grew up in Kluk, Jämtland, and Delsbo, Hälsingland  . In 2007, Emma released an album with String Sisters, a sextet featuring other fiddlers including Altan's Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh.

Tracklist

1 Prologue 1:49
2 "Ensamt" / "Alone" 3:17
3 Beställ Om Ditt Hus 2:13
4 Kes Jumalat Nii Laseb Teha? 4:06
5 Ack Mitt Skepp 2:37
6 Mig Dagen Flyr 3:23
7 Världens Frälsare Kom Här 3:35
8 See Jõulupäev 2:49
9 En Stjärna Gick På Himlen Fram 2:34
10 Ett Bröllop Uti Kanan Stod 6:07
11 Kas Sureb Nii Mu Kõgie Armsam Elu? 3:07
12 10 Jungfrur 4:07
13 I Himmelen / Niel Kõrgustel 4:01
14 "Tvåsamt" / "Together" 3:52
15 A Boija Båne 1:03
16 Epiloge / Thanks, Ormsö! 4:59

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Baltic Optical Disc

Credits

  • Harmonium – Janne Strömstedt
  • Vocals – Emma Härdelin
  • Vocals, Harp, Fiddle – Sofia Joons
  • Vocals, Harp, Zither – Meelika Hainsoo
  • Zither – Toivo Sõmer

Notes

Total Playing Time: 53:46

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4742197000017