Monthly Archives: October 2011

Growing south….

Finally we are growing southward! This week we are on a planning tour to Poland to, to meet all our new friends (and friends of friends). The first two night were spent with Miki Wielecki, who is a percussionist specialized … Continue reading

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Planning for the future…

… and we are talking about next week as well as coming years … Yesterday Kristin and I visited Rasmus’ folk music class at Österlens Folkhögskola in Tomelilla, in Skåne. We spent a few hours listening to (and of course playing with) … Continue reading

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Super-session!

Last Saturday Linnea, Christian and I had super-session from 10.30 to 17.30! We focused mainly on tunes from Blekinge (The book with Näcken on), and arranged three of them. It’s super to play in a kitchen! Don’t forget to check … Continue reading

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Rythms rythms rythms…

Even if we don’t always use percussion instrument when we play there are still rythms in a tune and there are other attributes that work as a drum, a triangle or a bell. For violin players it’s the bow, for … Continue reading

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The Linköping Festival

Last weekend we were four from the Baltic Sea Inter Cult Project that visited the Linköping Folkmusic Festival – Kristin, Rasmus, Emmie and I. Kristin and I were there to perform with our quartet – Bessman – and we inspired … Continue reading

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Archive work

Last Monday Kristin and I decided to visit DAL (Dialekt- och ortsnamnsarkivet i Lund) for the second time this year. All our activities are open to the project’s participants and we were happily surprised that three of them wanted to … Continue reading

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