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The Philochoros Fiddlers - Regional Folkdances From Sweden download album

  • Performer: The Philochoros Fiddlers
  • Album: Regional Folkdances From Sweden
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  • Style: Folk, Nordic
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The Philochoros Fiddlers - Regional Folkdances From Sweden download album

SMF 200. The Philochoros Fiddlers. Regional Folkdances From Sweden ‎(LP).

This album features recordings of songs played at the 1978 Delsbostämman, an annual outdoor fiddlers’ gathering that takes place the first weekend in July in the village of Delsbo in Hälsingland, Sweden. Hundreds of spelmen (fiddlers) from across Sweden gather to play traditional fiddle tunes for the thousands of attendees. The recordings cover a broad range of Swedish regional fiddling styles of music including polskas, waltzes, and brudmarsches (bridal marches)

Fiddlers tend to play fast and make heavy use of staccato bowing and may from time to time "play the bass," meaning a second fiddler may play a melody an octave below where a first fiddler is playing it. Sligo fiddling from northern Connacht, which like Donegal fiddling tends to be fast, but with a bouncier feel to the bowing. Galway fiddling southern Connacht, which is slower than Sligo or Donegal traditions, with a heavier emphasis on ornamentation. Additionally, tunes are occasionally played in Eb or Bb to match the tonality of flat pipes  . Has transcriptions (standard notation) and analysis of tunes from multiple regional and ethnic styles. The Portland Collection, by Susan Songer, (1997), ISBN 657476-0-3 (Vol. 2. ISBN 657476-1-1). ISBN 978-0-415-99454-5.

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SMF 200.

The accordion, clarinet, fiddle and nyckelharpa are among the most common Swedish folk instruments. The instrumental genre is the biggest one in Swedish traditional music. In the 1960s, Swedish youth sparked a roots revival in Swedish folk culture.

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This article examines the activities of and reception to Philochoros, the first Nordic folk dance association, established in 1880 at Uppsala University in Sweden. This article examines the activities of and reception to Philochoros, the first Nordic folk dance association, established in 1880 at Uppsala University in Sweden. For several decades this association had only male members, although most of their performances were partner dances meant for male-female couples

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The Swedish Fiddlers: Music from the Gathering of the Fiddlers at Delsbo.

Tracklist

A1 Sollero Langdans
A2 Halsingepolska Fran Jarvso
A3 Gammal Schottis Fran Viksta
A4 Vasterdalsk Bakmes Fran Transtrand
A5 Slangpolska Fran Skane
A6 Ringlander Fran Harjedalen
A7 Snurrvals Fran Harjedalen
B1 Halsingepolska Fran Alfta
B2 "Froken Chick", Wienerkreuz
B3 Medelpad Senpolska
B4 Medelpad Snurrbock
B5 Gammal Schottis Fran Havero
B6 Halsingpolska Fran Arbro
B7 Orsa Langdans

Credits

  • Fiddle – Barbro Pettersson, Stig Sjödin

Notes

Issued in a "recycled" jacket: Front cover of another title has been pasted over with construction paper, and the title/artist has been rubber stamped on this. Includes descriptive notes insert. Distributed by Skandia Folkdance Society of Seattle, WA.