Episode #3277

New Music from Norway

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Monday, March 18, 2013

Listen to some updated folksong arrangements, arrangements of medieval songs, and music that looks to other world traditions, all from Norway.  The updated folk comes to us from a collection of ballads, hymns, lullabies, sung by Trio Medieval, and we'll also hear Norwegian medieval song by Jan Garbarek & Agnes Buen Garnas.

Plus, there's an old Norwegian folk hymn – with mighty power chords on a church organ.  And more.

PROGRAM # 3277, New Music from Norway  (First aired on 12/06/2011)                                                





Jan Garbarek & Agnes Buen Garnas


Rosensfole, excerpt  [1:30]

ECM 1402

Trio Medieval

Folk Songs

Det lisle banet [4:39]

ECM 2003

Kirsten Braaten Berg + Ale Moller

Nordisk Sang

Heiemo og Nykkjen [5:00]

New Albion 031

Jan Garbarek & Agnes Buen Garnas


Margjit og Targjei Risvollo [12:37]

See above.

Anne-Lise Berntsen and Nils Hendrik Asheim


Nu rinder Solen op [5:10]

Kirkelig Kulturverksted FX 136

Trio Medieval

Folk Songs

Till, till tove [4:53]

See above.

Jon Balke, Amina Alaoui, Jon Hassell, et al.


Itimad [6:43]

ECM 2042

Terje Rypdal


Waltz for broken Hearts / Makes you wonder [10:07]

ECM 1984

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