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BGM 8 CD - STOCKHOLM

$19.00

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features music born from the transparent light of Sweden, the land of the midnight sun.

Track List

  1. Polska efter Gällsbo-Jonas - Olov Johansson (nyckelharpa) / Anders Bromander (piano)
  2. Er framtid blive lyckelig - Triakel
  3. Schottis från Indal - Goran Mansson (flute) / Roger Tallroth (tenorguitar)
  4. Visa från Kulla - Olov Johansson (octave-nyckelharpa) / Anders Bromander (piano)
  5. N'Lars och N'Mas - Triakel
  6. Säckpipslåt från Norra Råda - Mikael Martin (Violino grande) / Leo Svensson (Cello)
  7. Gammal Halling - Goran Mansson (flute) / Roger Tallroth (12string guitar)
  8. Brudmarsch från Skokloster - Olov Johansson (kontrabasharpa) / Anders Bromander (piano)
  9. Polska efter Per Jonas Lång - Goran Mansson (flute) / Roger Tallroth (12string guitar)
  10. 2 Polskor efter Schedin - Olov Johansson (nyckelharpa) / Anders Bromander (piano)
  11. I Österland - Triakel
  12. Vals efter Lasse i Lyby - Mikael Martin (3 string viola) / Leo Svensson (cello)
  13. Spelman satt vid vaggan - Goran Mansson (bass-flute) / Roger Tallroth (tenorguitar)
  14. Den blomstertid nu kommer - Triakel
  15. Polska efter Dahlgren - Mikael Martin (Violino grande) / Leo Svensson (Cello) / Roger Tallroth (tenorguitar)

Product Details

Year of Release: 2001

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

  • Compact discs are not indestructible and poor handling can degrade the sound and shorten the life of your CD
  • Improperly handled discs can easily become scratched and dirty which tend to have reduced sound quality because your player's error correction can only guess at the sound information that is unreadable underneath debris
  • Handle discs only by their outer edge or center hole; avoid touching the disc surfaces
  • When not in use, keep discs in their jewel case or other protective covering and out of direct sunlight and do not expose to extreme temperatures
  • Keep discs away from dust, dirt, sand, and moisture
  • Do not write on the surface of a disc with a pencil, pen or other hard object (if you must mark on a disc, use only soft-tip pens with water based ink)
  • Clean only the bottom (non-labeled) side of the disc. Dirt on the top (labeled) side of the disc will not effect playback. Also, the plastic coating on the top side is very thin and can be easily damaged (which will effect playback)