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Karl Grönstedts Dragspelsorkester And The Swedish Folk Dance Fiddlers - Swedish Polkas And Hambos flac album

Karl Grönstedts Dragspelsorkester And The Swedish Folk Dance Fiddlers - Swedish Polkas And Hambos flac album Performer: Karl Grönstedts Dragspelsorkester
Title: Swedish Polkas And Hambos
Style: Nordic, Polka, Folk
Released: 1963
MP3 album: 1382 mb
FLAC album: 1879 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: RA MP1 AA XM FLAC MMF AC3
Genre: Folk / World music

Matrix, Runout (Runout A): 38741-1F WS-1486-A H. Matrix, Runout (Runout B): 38742-1F WS-1486-B.

The accordion, clarinet, fiddle and nyckelharpa are among the most common Swedish folk instruments. The instrumental genre is the biggest one in Swedish traditional music. In the 1960s, Swedish youth sparked a roots revival in Swedish folk culture.

Swedish folk music is a genre of music based largely on folkloric collection work that began in the early 19th century in Sweden. The primary instrument of Swedish folk music is the fiddle. Another common instrument, unique to Swedish traditions, is the nyckelharpa. Most Swedish instrumental folk music is dance music; the signature music and dance form within Swedish folk music is the polska.

9 where the Swedish Folk Dance Club will be leading the ring dances and the SWEA choir will be singing. Come enjoy a great smorgasbord and have fun dancing, too! DEC9. The exchange between Thule Lodge Swedish Folk Dancers of Jamestown, NY and our Denver Swedish Folk Dancers continues. The Denver group's Claire Hanley, visiting in-laws in Jamestown a few weeks ago, joined in a dance practice with the Thule dancers. and Claire and partner Brian are planning on being at the Scandinavian Folk Festival at the Gerry Rodeo Grounds on the weekend of July 15 - 17. Thanks to all the Thule Lodge dancers for their warm welcome! Swedish Folk Dance Club of Denver.

Swedish folk music traditions, consequently, were studied and archived. Though the society was short-lived (it dissolved after a decade long dormancy in 1844), it managed to shine a light on the country’s musical traditions with Arvid Afzelius’s groundbreaking anthology of folksongs: Swedish Songs from Antiquity. Included in Afzelius’s anthology of songs were some from Sweden’s extensive ballad tradition. The beginning of the 1970s ushered in a taste for jazz, rock and pop and the folk music tradition slowly faded from the foreground of the Swedish music scene. Now, we can find traces of both the ballad and the folk music tradition in all corners of the country.

Swedish traditional music (the Swedish word is folkmusik) is definitely alive, and there are lots of people all over Sweden who play it. Someone who plays traditional music is called a spelman, plural spelmän (the verb att spela means "to play (music)"). A typical small festival is the spelmansstämma, plural spelmansstämmor (which means something like "musicians meeting"). Most places in Sweden have one of these meetings once a year. Some of the meetings are small, some (. the one in Bingsjö in the beginning of July) are very big with thousands of people arriving in for. There are folk music clubs all over Sweden which organize concert, dance and session nights. Many Swedish tunes are called something like Polska efter Erik Olsson.

Swedish national anthem lyrics – Swedish and English. You can listen to the Swedish national anthem while reading (or singing) the original lyrics in Swedish and below in English. Recorded during the Welcoming ceremony for Swedes who received their Swedish citizenship in the previous year, held on the 6th of June 2016 (Sweden’s national day), in Växjö, Sweden.

Tracklist

A1 Polka Fran Narke
A2 Hambo Fran Upland
A3 Polka Fran Tuna
A4 Hambo Fran Boda
A5 Polka Fran Varmland
A6 Hambo Fran Dalarna
B1 Bryggar--Antes Polka
B2 Svedala Hambo
B3 Muckarpolka
B4 Vatgota Svang (Hambo)
B5 Klarinettpolka
B6 Hipp Hopp (Hambo)

Credits

  • Orchestra – Karl Grönstedts Dragspelsorkester (tracks: B1-B6), The Swedish Folkdance Fiddlers Orchestra (tracks: A1-A6)

Notes

Label:
Recorded in Sweden

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): 38741-1F WS-1486-A H
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): 38742-1F WS-1486-B