Samuels Sanger II – Kjempevisene – Ann-Turi Ford

Arrangementer av artistene, tekster trad. fra Kjempeviseboka: Svend Vonved · Guldbolden · Knud af Myklegaard · Dalby Bjørn · Marsk Stigs døtre · Greve Guncelin · Kong Erik og Havfruen · Kong Diderik og Holger Danske · Ebbe Skammelsøn ·more… Alf i Odeskjær · Mester Hildebrand · Dronning Dagmors død ·

Ann-Turi Ford: vocals · Ford Folk · Featuring: Agnes Ford: guitar, backing vocals · Annika Skåra: vocals · Bror Vegge Kolsrud: electric guitar · Halvor Håkanes: vocals · Ingeborg Christophersen: cembalo · Jo Kolltveit: computer · Tron Hirsti: vocals · Urd Ådnanes: vocals · Øystein Vesaas: sound effects

kr 139

This project, together with the book Samuels sang and further two cd’s, is a tribute to one of Norway’s largest – and so far unknown – sources of traditional folk songs. Samuel Hansen Hellen (1813–1892) was a vagabond born on the island Nøtterøy. In 1868 and 1869 the well known folk music collector Ludvig Mathias Lindeman wrote down forty of the songs Samuel Hellen had learned on his way. Twelve of them had texts by the famous priest and poet Petter Dass, making Samuel the largest source of Dass’ hymn melodies. Another remarkable feature of Samuel’s is that so many of his texts are from printed sources – a strange thing for a wanderer. Beside Dass’ hymns the texts come from a collection of medieval ballads first printed in Denmark in 1591, called Hundreviseboka (later Kjempeviseboka) – making Hellen a unique and very interesting supplier of ballad melodies. Furthermore a lot of his melodies cover blank spots on the Norwegian “folk music map”.

Ann-Turi Ford |Halvor Håkanes |Øystein Vesaas |Trad.

Release date:

EAN : 7033662073559

Cat.No.: HCD7355

Priskategori : CD