Tag Archives: Traditional music

Fandango, L’Arpeggiata / Christina Pluhar

“Fandango”, from CD ‘Los pajaros perdidos’

Performers: L’Arpeggiata, Christina Pluhar -dir.
Doron Sherwin – cornet
Sarah Ridy – harpe baroque
Carmen Gaggl – psalterion
Marcello Vitale – guitare baroque,chitarra battente
David Mayoral – percussionjs
Boris Schmidt – contrebasse
Francesco Turrisi – cuatro,maracas
Anna Dego – teatrodanza

LIVE from Salle Gaveau, Paris 2012

CD ‘Los pajaros perdidos’
℗ 2012 Christina Pluhar under exclusive licence to Warner Classics (UK), Warner Music UK Ltd. A Warner Music Group


La Musica nelle Strade del Regno di Napoli, by Accordone

Concert took place on 27/08/2010, in L’église d’Arques La Bataille in France

Performers:
Accordone
Guido Morini , Marco Beasley, Pino De Vittorio, Fabio Accurso, Stefano Rocco, Vito De Lorenzi


Marco Beasley, Pino De Vittorio, Accordone – “Marcia delle truppe Sanfediste”

“Marcia delle truppe Sanfediste”, Canto tradizionale
From album: “Fra’ Diavolo”
La Musica nelle Strade del regno di Napoli

Performers: Marco Beasley
Pino De Vittorio
Accordone


Razvrastanata, by Matthias Loibner

“Razvrastanata”

From the concert “Diálogos con zanfona” for hurdy gurdy soloists

March, 2008, Ferrol, Galiza, EU.
Organized by aCentral Folque, Galician Center for Traditional Music

Performer: Matthias Loibnerhurdy gurdy

 


Tyrkjaránid (Icelandic Folk Music)

Tyrkjaránid, Icelandic folk music

 


Jämtländsk brudmarsch

“Jämtländsk brudmarsch”

PerformersSmörgåsklickarna

Ueli Leuthold, nyckelharpa

Martin Weber, 12 string-guitar.

Smörgåsklickarna play traditional swedish folk music on nyckelharpa, reed organ, fiddle and drone. Link to the notes: http://www.folkwiki.se


Viking Pagan Folk Song – Völuspá

The song is called “Völuspá“.

This is a Nordic folk song created by putting together many parts of the Norse Hávamál.

Hávamál (English pronunciation: /ˈhɑːvəmɑːl/ HAH-və-mahl; “sayings of the high one”) is presented as a single poem in the Codex Regius, a collection of Old Norse poems from the Viking age. The poem, itself a combination of different poems, is largely gnomic, presenting advice for living, proper conduct and wisdom.

The verses are attributed to Odin; the implicit attribution to Odin facilitated the accretion of various mythological material also dealing with Odin.[1]

Performers: Duivelspack

Lyrics:
Old Norse_______
Ask veit ek standa,
heitir Yggdrasill
hár baðmr, ausinn
hvíta auri;
þaðan koma döggvar
þærs í dala falla;
stendr æ yfir grœnn
Urðar brunni.

Þaðan koma meyjar
margs vitandi
þrjár, ór þeim sal
er und þolli stendr;
Urð hétu eina,
aðra Verðandi,
skáru á skíði,
Skuld ina þriðju;
þær lög lögðu,
þær líf kuru
alda börnum,
örlög seggja.

English_____________
An ash I know it stands-
It is named Yggdrasill.
High tree, sprinkled,
With white mud;
There from come the dews-
That fall on the dale!
It stands always green, above-
The source of Urdhr.

There from come the maids,
Much knowing;
Three, their dwelling,
Stands under the tree;
Urdh is named one,
The other Verdhandi,
– They notched (scored) wood –
Skuld is the third.
They set up the laws,
They decided on the lives,
Of the children of time (‘the children of man’).
They promulgate fate.


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