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Håvard Lund - Blix By Lund album flac Performer: Håvard Lund
Title: Blix By Lund
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Nordic
Released: 2012
MP3 album: 1890 mb
FLAC album: 1375 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MP1 RA MP2 WMA MIDI WAV AAC
Genre: Jazz / Folk and Country

Håvard Lund (born 20 October 1970 in Gildeskål, Norway), is a Norwegian jazz musician (clarinet and saxophone) and composer, known from a series of recordings and collaborations with musicians like Anja Garbarek, Vigleik Storaas, Steinar Raknes, Håkon Mjåset Johansen, Farmers Market, Frode Fjellheims Jazzjoik Ensemble, later to become Transjoik, Trygve Seim Ensemble and Trondheim Jazz Orchestra.

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Havard Lund: Norwegian jazz musician and composer, known from a series of recordings and collaborations with musicians like Anja Garbarek, Vigleik Storaas, Steinar Raknes, Håkon Mjåset Johansen, Farmers Market, Frode Fjellheims Jazzjoik Ensemble, later to become Transjoik, Trygve Seim Ensemble and Trondheim Jazz Orchestra. Politimester Bastians Vise, Ein Båt I Stormen Duva, Å Eg Veit Meg Eit Land и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.

Land is the fourth full-length album by the Faroese Viking, folk metal band Týr. It is a multilingual album with vocals in Faroese, English, Norwegian, Danish in Sinklars Vísa and Icelandic in Brennivín. It was released on May 30, 2008 through Napalm Records. The album is based on Nordic folklore. The final track is a new version of the song "Hail to the Hammer" which originally appeared on a demo in 2000, and again on How Far To Asgaard in 2002.

Tracklist

1 Å Eg Veit Meg Eit Land 5:58
2 Ein Båt I Stormen Duva 4:11
3 Himmelske Fader 6:25
4 Kling No, Klokka 4:20
5 Med Jesus Vil Eg Fara 3:42
6 Dagsens Auga/Saanwal Mod Muharaan 8:19
7 Min Heimstad I Det Høge Er 1:51
8 No Livnar Det I Lundar 4:41

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Store Studio
  • Mastered At – Store Studio
  • Mixed At – Store Studio

Credits

  • Arranged By – Agnes Buen Garnås (tracks: 6), Håvard Lund (tracks: 3-5)
  • Bass Clarinet, Producer – Håvard Lund
  • Bassoon – Anton Bihe*
  • Cello – Svante Henryson
  • Cello, Baritone Saxophone – Hans Urban Andersson*
  • Composed By – Holm Holmsen (tracks: 3), Håvard Lund (tracks: 1-2, 8), Trad.* (tracks: 4-6)
  • Cover, Artwork By, Photography By – Martin B. Losvik*
  • Design – Ruben Stranger
  • Ensemble – The MiN Ensemble*
  • Flute – Inge Rolland
  • Flute [Pakistani Flutes] – Akmal Quadri
  • Liner Notes – Anders Aschim
  • Lyrics By – Elias Blix (tracks: 1-6, 8)
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Håvard Christensen
  • Tabla [Tablas] – Jai Shankar
  • Violin – Tor Johan Bøen
  • Vocals – Sunanda Sharma, Unni Løvlid

Notes

Recorded, mixed & mastered at Store Studio, Bodø, Feb. 2012

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • ISRC: NOETL 1129