Sylvarnes / Vangen - Kong Ring mp3 album
Sylvarnes, Vangen - Kong Ring (CD, Album).
Sylvarnes, Vangen – Kong Ring. Label: Sylvarnes Forlag – SFSPCD 072. Format: CD, Album. Gemshorn, Jew's Harp, Flute – Odd Sylvarnes Lund. Photography By – Tove Jensen. Producer – Odd Sylvarnes Lund, Roar Vangen.
It was released in Scandinavia and a limited number of other territories, including Germany, Australia, South Africa and Mexico, on 26 March 1973 through Polar Music. The album was a chart-topping album in Belgium, and a big success in the Netherlands, Norway and South Africa.
Sylvarnes, Vangen presents us with a unique encounter between the oldest traditional music and the newest creative music. The sound of the primitive ram’s horn takes us back to the cradle of music. Odd Sylvarnes Lund extends the boundaries for what has previously been considered possible to achieve on this instrument, and together with Roar Vangen’s spirited and creative guitar playing we venture into a hitherto unknown musical landscape. Odd Sylvarnes Lund has performed in more than 20 different countries and in most of the larger Norwegian cities. During the opening ceremony at the Olympic Games in Lillehammer Odd Sylvarnes Lund participated as a soloist playing the lure, the ram’s horn and the Jew’s harp. Furthermore, he has on numerous occations been engaged by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for special Norwegian events abroad.
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|2||Ropet Fra Storberget||4:25|
|3||Rundt & Rundt||4:36|
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- Recorded At – Vangenz Lydstudio
- Acoustic Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Electric Guitar – Roar Vangen
- Artwork [Digital Paintings] – Philip Dammen
- Engineer – Roar Vangen
- Gemshorn, Jew's Harp, Flute – Odd Sylvarnes Lund
- Photography By – Tove Jensen
- Producer – Odd Sylvarnes Lund, Roar Vangen
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