|Title:||Fornnordiska Klanger - The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia|
|Category:||AudioFiles & Sounds / World, Folk & Country|
|Catalog #:||MS 101|
|1||Tre Flintflöjter / Three Flint Flutes||2:27|
|2||Kohorn Med Fingerhål / Cow Horn With Finger Holes||1:45|
|3||Vinare / Bull-roarers||1:19|
|4||"Kongemose-brummeren" / The "Kongemose Bull-roarer"||0:39|
|5||Benskrapare / Bone Scraper||1:01|
|6||"Ertebølle-pipan" / The "Ertebølle Pipe"||0:40|
|7||"Falköpingsflöjten" / The "Falköping Flute"||2:59|
|8||Järnålder / Iron Age|
|9||Bronsålder / Bronze Age|
|10||Slagsten / Percussion Stone||1:10|
|11||Stenålder / Stone Age|
|12||Säckpipa / Bagpipe||1:26|
|13||Bronslurar / Bronze Lurs||2:41|
|14||Panflöjt / Pan-pipes||1:01|
|15||Lertrumma / Clay Drum||1:25|
|16||"Barva-luren" / The "Barva Lur"||0:44|
|17||"Lergök" / "Clay Cuckoo"||0:38|
|18||Kiviksgraven / The Kivik Tomb||1:12|
|19||"Kvalsund-roparen" / The "Kvalsund Megaphone"||1:46|
|20||Mungiga Och Videflöjt / Jew's Harp And A Willow-flute||2:05|
|21||Hästbjällror / Pellet Bells||0:28|
|22||Munbåge / Mouth Bow||1:24|
|23||Skällklang / Cow-bell Sound||0:43|
|24||"Knappflöjt" / "Button Flute"||0:47|
|25||Bensnurra / Buzz-bone||0:28|
|26||"Birka-flöjten" / The "Birka Flute"||1:15|
|27||"Spelbåge" / "Musical Bow"||1:10|
|28||Lerskallra / Clay Rattle||0:38|
|29||Lertrumma / Clay Drum||1:14|
|30||Rangle På Draglina / Rattle On A Trace||0:31|
|31||Hornpipa / Hornpipe||1:19|
|32||Rasseldans / Rattle Dance||0:46|
|33||Benskrapare / Bone Scraper||0:46|
|34||"Gallehushornen" Och Klocka / The "Gallehus Horns" And A Bell||1:17|
|35||"Balkåkra-gongen" / The "Balkåkra Gong"||1:21|
|36||Bronsrassel / Bronze Rattles||0:32|
|37||Sangelstainen / Singing-stone||1:00|
|38||Lockpipa / Animal Call||0:43|
|39||"Ruskeneset-vinaren / The "Ruskeneset Bull-roarer"||1:03|
|40||Kantflöjter / End-blown Flutes||0:38|
|41||Lyra / Lyre||3:05|
|42||"Oseberg-luren" / The "Oseberg Lur"||2:59|
|43||Rangle På Trästav / Rattle On A Wooden Staff||0:34|
|44||Hällristning / Rock-carving||0:49|
|MSCD 101||Various||Fornnordiska Klanger, The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia (CD, Album)||Musica Sveciae||MSCD 101||Sweden||1991|
|MS 101||Various||Fornnordiska Klanger - The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia (LP, Album, RE)||Musica Sveciae||MS 101||Sweden||1987|
|1361031, MS 101||Various||Fornnordiska Klanger / The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia (LP)||His Master's Voice, Musica Sveciae||1361031, MS 101||Sweden||1984|
This version appears as a reissue of the reissue Fornnordiska Klanger - The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia - now with barcode on sleeve rear and beige center labels.
Issued in a standard single jacket with a 32-page booklet enclosed.
Text from the back cover:
Magic bone scrapers, bellowing seals and dancers' footsteps, tones on a reed flute, bronze lurs which resound in ritual harmony with gong and clay drum! For the very first time we can now hear a gramophone recording of how "music" may have sounded during Scandinavian prehistory - the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age - a period of some 12,000 years. The evocative soundscapes conjured forth by music-archaeologist Cajsa Lund in this unusual, indeed unique gramophone record - based on prehistoric Scandinavian instruments - has required extensive research. The sounds of prehistory rest on solid ground. Listen and enjoy!
CAJSA LUND, who produced this recording and is responsible for its contents, research and commentaries, has her doctoral dissertation in archaeology in progress at the University of Stockholm. She is also a musician; she was formerly a bassoonist in the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and saxophonist. After obtaining a B.A. she has specialised in music-archaeology. She is one of the founders of the Music-archaeological Study Group of ICTM (the International Council for Traditional Music, a UNESCO body).
ÅKE EGEVAD, Kristianstad, Sweden, is both musician and engineer. He has reconstructed most of the instruments used for this recording and performs most of the musical examples.
GRAEME LAWSON, Cambridge, plays the lyre in this recording. He is a leading expert on early European stringed instruments, which form the subject of his Ph.D. thesis .
Booklet enclosed (32 pages) [Text in English and Swedish]. Exhaustive notes on the various musical examples and soundscapes will be found in the booklet.
Recorded March-May 1983 in Stockholm (EMI Studios), Copenhagen (the National Museum) and on the island of Gotland, Sweden (outdoors). A recording made in Lejre, Denmark, 1974 has also been used (ex. 24). [i.e. track B1]
MUSICA SVECIAE is a recorded anthology of Swedish musical history encompassing the music from ancient times to the beginning of the 20th century. The anthology will comprise more than 200 LP recordings consisting of a series of portraits of composers and a series representing themes or cultural settings. MUSICA SVECIAE is financed by a government grant and by each respective record company, and is administered by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.
℗ 1984 © 1987 Musica Sveciae
Fornnordiska klanger - The Sounds of Prehistoric Scandinavia 1991 Tracklist: StenålderStone Age 1. RasseldansRattle dance 2. Text from back cover of box: 12000 years or 360 generations - in 60 minutes The music-archaeologist Cajsa S. Lund takes us on a historic tour through exotic soundscapes that titillate the imagination. Here, for example, we can listen to magic bone scrapers, evocative dance-step rhythms, tones on a reed flute, and bronze lurs which resound in harmony with clay drums and gong . Fornnordiska Klanger: The Sounds of Prehistoric Scandanavia. Your Rating. Listen free to Fornnordiska klanger The Sounds of Prehistoric Scandinavia. La La Land Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Contributions By. Become a Donor Donor badge, no ads more benefits. Album: Fornnordiska Klanger - The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia. Style: Nordic. The evocative soundscapes conjured forth by music-archaeologist Cajsa Lund in this unusual, indeed unique gramophone record - based on prehistoric Scandinavian instruments - has required extensive research. The sounds of prehistory rest on solid ground. Album: Fornnordiska Klanger, The Sounds Of Prehistoric Scandinavia. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Various - The Kilmartin Sessions The Sounds Of Ancient Scotland. Graveyards - Mouth Breaks Bone. Keith Flint - Device 1. The Sound of Scandinavia is the second album by Iranian-Danish producer DJ Aligator, released in 2002. All tracks co-produced by DJ Zoo. Stomp contains a sample from Colonel Bogey March by Kenneth J. Lund: Fornnordiska Klanger. The sounds of prehistoric Scandinavia. Musica Sveciae MS101. EMI 1361031. DOI: Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 January 2015