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Folk Music of Norway (Topic 12TS351)

Folk Music of Norway
Various Artists

Topic Records 12TS351 (LP, UK, 1977)

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Production and notes by L.Y. Daliot;
Recorded in Norway, October and December 1976 and January 1977;
Mastered by Patricius Bryn;
Front cover photograph by Lavasir Nordrum: Hardanger fiddle from Rauland, Telemark, once owned by the composer Eivind Groven

Musicians

Knut Buen, Hardanger fiddle [1-4, 12, 22-23];
Hanne Kjersti Buen, singing [2, 5-8];
Edvard Ruud, singing [9];
Hauk Buen, Hardanger fiddle [10-12];
Vestlandsgruppa, band [13-14];
fiddlers of Vestlandsgruppa [15];
Agnes Buen Garnås, singing [16-17];
Elizabeth Kvaerne, langeleik [18-19];
Sondre Bratland, singing [20-21]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Fanitullen (The Devil's Tune)
  2. Kjerringa med staven (The Old Wife with the Staff)
  3. Rotnheimsknut halling
  4. Gangar etter Myllarguten walking dance
  5. Møykjaerinsvise (Spinster's Song)
  6. Three stev about the hulder cattle songs
  7. So er drengjen i uppvokstre (Boys in Their Youth)
  8. Bånsuller three lullabies
  9. Katt-Ola-Visa
  10. Nordfjordingen springar
  11. Ramsen springar
  12. Bruremarsj wedding march
  1. Hamburger-polka fra Hardanger
  2. Springleik fra Jostedalen
  3. Springar fra Hardanger
  4. Slåttestev dance songs
  5. Haugebonden ballad
  6. Fanteladda dance tune
  7. I Oletjedden pastoral melody
  8. Når mitt øie, trett av møie (When My Eye, Tired of Troubles)
  9. Store Store Gud (Great Great God) hymn
  10. Myllarguten bruremarsj (bridal march of Myllarguten)
  11. Fanitullen (The Devil's Tune) second version

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Ringing Strings (Topic 12TS429)

Ringing Strings
Fiddle Music of Norway - Shetland
Hauk Buen, Knut Buen, Tom Anderson, Vidar Lande

Topic Records 12TS429 (LP, UK, 1983)

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Production and notes by L.Y. Daliot;
Recorded in Edinburgh, Jondalen and Oslo;
The recordings of Hauk Buen were made in collaboration with the Norwegian Folk Music Archive, University of Oslo;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Front cover painting: Edvard Munch, Solen (The Sun), by courtesy of the Munch Museum, Oslo

Musicians

Hauk Buen, Harding fiddle [1-2, 7-8, 12-13];
Knut Buen, Harding fiddle [1-2, 6, 10-12, 14];
Tom Anderson, fiddle [2, 6, 14];
Vidar Lande, fiddle [3-5, 15-17];
Debbie Scott, Catriona Macdonald, fiddles [6]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [HB, KB] Haugelatten (The Tune from the Hills) (1.10)
  2. [TA, HB, KB] Seljord Bridal March (3.09)
  3. [VL] Gravbakken (The Grave Yard) (2.41)
  4. [VL] Fille-Vern (Ragged-Vern) walking dance (2.47)
  5. [VL] Sordalen (1.34)
  6. [TA, KB, DS, CM] Maggie O'Ham (Foula Shaalds Dance) (1.38)
  7. [HB] Prestegangaren (The Parson's Dance) (2.35)
  8. [HB] Fykeruden (Homage to Fykerud) (3.10)
  9. [HB] Markensmandagen (The Market-Monday) (3.10)
  1. [KB] Knut Lurasen I (Hjerki Haukeland) (2.30)
  2. [KB] Margit Hjukse listening tune (3.30)
  3. [HB] Siri Rukaren (Fiddler's Wife) (2.40)
  4. [HB] Bokkoen (Dance Tune by Bokko) (2.40)
  5. [TA, KB] Unst Bridal March / Da Bride's a Boannie Ting (3.34)
  6. [VL] Homslien (Tune of the Goblins) (2.00)
  7. [VL] Skrubben (The Wolf) (2.17)
  8. [VL] Norafjells (North of the Mountains) (1.57)