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Garmarna: Garmarna

Garmarna: Garmarna (Massproduktion MASS CDS-54)

Garmarna
Garmarna

Massproduktion MASS CDS-54 (EP, Sweden, 6 October 1993);
Northside Records NSD6056 (CD, USA, 2001);
Massproduktion MASS CD-54 (CD, Sweden, 2003);
Westpark Music 87096 (CD, Germany, 2003)

Garmarna: Garmarna (Northside NSD6056)
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Produced by Christer Sunesson and Garmarna;
Recorded by Christer Sunesson at Tonhallsstudion, Sundsvall in 1993;
Tracks 8-13 trio demos recorded by Christer Sunesson ar Tonhallsstudion in May 1992;
Photos by Petter Kallioinen;
Original package design by Per Mattson and Petter Kallioinen

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, fiddle, hurdy-gurdy, jew's harp, viola;
Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Jens Höglin: percussion, death grunts;
Gotte Ringqvist: lute guitar, fiddle, jew's harp;
Rickard Westman: bouzouki, guitar, lute guitar

with
Björn Eriksson, double bass

Tracks

  1. Lill-Mats Polska (Little Mats Polska) (2.42)
  2. Skenpolska (Seeming Polska) (3.38)
  3. Jordbyggarlåten 8Earth-Digger's Song) (2.37)
  4. Herr Olof (Sir Olof) (3.54)
  5. Trånpolska (Pining Polska) (3.55)
  6. Vallåt från Hälsingland (Cow-Call from Hälsingland) (0.43)
  7. Klevabergselden (Kleveberg's Fire) (3.39)

Trio Demos on 2001/2003 CD

  1. Garmgny (Garm's Bark) (2.24)
  2. Flusspolska (Tonsilitis Polska) (1.43)
  3. Månpolska (Moon's Polska) (3.48)
  4. Antiokia (Antioch) (2.31)
  5. Skenpolska (Seeming Polska) (3.20)
  6. Klevabergselden (Klevaberg's Fire) (3.16)

All tracks trad. except
Track 2 Rickard Westman;
Track 5 Gotte Ringqvist;
Tracks 7, 13 Gotte Ringqvist, Stefan Brisland-Ferner

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: Vittrad

Garmarna: Vittrad

Garmarna: Vittrad (Westpark 87042)

Vittrad
Garmarna

Massproduktion MASS CD-61 (CD, only tracks 1-13, Sweden, 18 April 1994);
Omnium OMM 2008D (CD, USA, 1994);
Xource Records XOUCD 111 (CD, Sweden, 1995);
Westpark Music 87096 (CD, Germany, 1995)

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Produced by Hans Lebanzski and Garmarna;
Recorded and mixed at Great Northern Sound Studio, Sundsvall in December 1993 to March 1994;
Tracks 1, 4, 8, 12-12 mixed by Hans Lebanzski;
Tracks 2-3, 5-7, 9-11 mixed by Nicklas Holmgren;
Track 14 recorded and mixed by Daniel Westin and Magnus Walterstrand in August 1994;
Band photo by Kristoffer Lönnå;
Original collage and logo by Petter Kallioinen;
Graphic design and photo editing by Per Mattson

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, fiddle, viola, hurdy-gurdy, harp, jew's harp, backing vocals, drum programming;
Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle, flute;
Jens Höglin: drums and percussion;
Gotte Ringqvist: lute guitar, fiddle, harp, jew's harp, backing vocals, drum programming ;
Rickard Westman: bouzouki, guitars

with
Elina Nordvall-Meijer: vocals [5];
Jörgen Fahlberg: guitar [14]

Tracks

  1. Straffad Moder & Dotter (Punished Mother and Daughter) (5.03)
  2. Garmgny (Garm's Bark) (3.33)
  3. Nämndemans-Ola (2.30)
  4. Kulleritova (0.55)
  5. Vittrad (Weathered) (4.00)
  6. Skallen (The Skull) (3.11)
  7. Flusspolska (Tonsilitis Polska) (1.11)
  8. Antiokia (Antioch) (3.04)
  9. Liten Kersti (Little Kersti) (SMB 178; TSB D 396) (5.22)
  10. Inte Sörja Vi… (We Are Carefree) (2.53)
  11. Domschottis (3.46)
  12. Den Bortsålda (The Sold One) (4.23)
  13. Styvmodern (Step-Mother) (2.50)
  14. Klevabergselden (Klevaberg's Fire) (4.55)

Tracks 1-2, 5-6, 8 Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Tracks 3-4, 9-10, 13 trad.;
Track 7 Rickard Westman;
Track 11 Gotte Ringqvist;
Track 12 trad. arr. Emma Härdelin;
Track 14 Gotte Ringqvist, Stefan Brisland-Ferner

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: Guds spelemän

Garmarna: Guds spelemän

Garmarna: Guds spelemän (Massproduktion MASS CD-69)

Guds spelemän
Garmarna

Massproduktion MASS CD-69 (CD, Sweden, 1996);
Omnium OMM 2014D (CD, USA, 1996);
Westpark Music 87046 (CD, Germany, 1996)

Sir Holger
Garmarna

Westpark Music 42472 (CD maxi-single, Germany, 1996)

Garmarna: Sir Holger (Westpark 42472)
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Produced by Sank for Toy Town Productions;
Recorded by Sank at City Sound Studio, Sundsvall, in September-November 1995;
Drums recorded by Sank at Pipeline, Sundsvall, in September 1995;
Final recordings at Tonhallsstudion in December 1995;
Mixed by Sank at MVG Studio in December 1995 and January 1996;
Digital mastering by Björn Engelmann at Cutting Room;
Band photo by Kristoffer Lönnå;
Sleeve design by Jwens Höglin

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, hurdy-gurdy, fiddle, viola, jew's harp, sampler, backing vocals;
Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Jens Höglin: drums, darbuka, djembe;
Gotte Ringqvist: lute guitar, viola, backing vocals;
Rickard Westman: guitars, e-bow, jew's harp

with
Sank: bass, programming;
Björn Eriksson: bass [2, 6];
Pål Torbjörn Doj: vocals [8]

Tracks

  1. Herr Mannelig (Sir Mannelig) (6.22)
  2. Vänner och fränder (Friends and Kin) (SMB 72 X; TSB D 46) (5.11)
  3. Halling från Makedonien (Halling from Macedonia) (2.45)
  4. Min man (My Man) (4.20)
  5. Varulven (The Werewolf) (4.33)
  6. Hilla Lilla (6.19)
  7. Drew Drusnaar / Idag som igår (Today as Yesterday) (2.46)
  8. Njaalkeme (Hunger) (5.03)
  9. Herr Holger (Sir Holger) (4.38)
  10. Guds spelemän (God's Fiddler) (3.27)

All tracks trad. except
Track 4 music trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Gotte Ringqvist;
Track 5 music Gotte Ringqvist;
Track 6 music trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 7a music Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 8 text Cecilia Persson, music trad., Pål Torbjörn;
Track 9 music Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin;
Track 10 text Nils Ferlin, music Per Ahlbom

Maxi-Single Sir Holger

  1. Herr Holger (Sir Holger) (4.38)
  2. Vänner och fränder (Friends and Kin) (radio edit) (SMB 72 X; TSB D 46) (3.49)
  3. Varulven (The Werewolf) (12" remix by Sank) (6.25)

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: En gång ska han gråta

Garmarna: En gång ska han gråta

Garmarna: En gång ska han gråta (Sonet 573 704-2)

En gång ska han gråta
Garmarna

Sonet 573 704-2 (CD single, Sweden, 1997)

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This song was an entry to the 1997 Melodifestival, the Swedish Song Contest.

Produced by Mats Wester;
Recorded, mixed and masteres by Robert Wellerfors at Polar Studio;
Photo by Kristoffer Lönnå;
Sleeve design by Shannon

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, hurdy-gurdy, fiddles;
Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Jens Höglin: drums;
Gotte Ringqvist: lute guitar, fiddle;
Rickard Westman: guitars

with
Per Lindvall: drums;
Sven Lindvall: bass;
Patrick Swedrup, Anders Nyman: violins;
Mikael Marin: viola, string arrangements;
Kristina Marin: cello

Tracks

  1. En gång ska han gråta (One Day He Will Cry) (2.57)
  2. En gång ska han gråta (acoustic version) (2.57)

Words Py Bäckmann, music Mats Wester

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: Vedergällningen

Garmarna: Vedergällningen

Garmarna: Vedergällningen (Westpark 87061)

Vedergällningen
Garmarna

Massproduktion MASS CD-78 (CD, Sweden, March 1999);
Northside Records NSD6028 (CD, USA, 1999);
Westpark Music 87061 (CD, Germany, 1999)

Gamen
Garmarna

Westpark Music 87061 (CD maxi-single, Germany, 1999)

Garmarna: Gamen (Westpark 87069)
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Produced by Sank for Toy Town Productions;
Recorded by Sank and Garmarna at Studio Bevo, Sveriges Radio Sundsvall, in 1998;
Tracks 1-5, 8-10 mixed by Sank at MVG Studios and at Studio 4, Sveriges Radio Sundsvall;
Tracks 6-7 mixed by Stefan Glaumann;
Digital mastering by Björn Engelmann at Cutting Room;
Photo by Gry Svedberg;
Picture collage and idea by Jwens Höglin;
Layout by Per Matsson

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, violin, strings, hurdy-gurdy, programming, guitar;
Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Jens Höglin: drums;
Gotte Ringqvist: lute guitar, guitar, violin;
Rickard Westman: guitars, e-bow, bass

with
Sank: bass, programming

Tracks

  1. Gamen (The Vulture) (4.01)
  2. Euchari (4.21)
  3. Halling Jåron (3.03)
  4. Vedergällningen (Retribution) (4.55)
  5. Nio År (Nine Years) (4.29)
  6. Sorgsen Ton (Mourning Voice) (4.47)
  7. Herr Holkin (Sir Holkin) (5.17)
  8. Bläck (Ink) (5.05)
  9. Polska (3.07)
  10. Rövaren Brun (Brun the Robber) (5.57)

Track 1 words trad., music Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, Sank;
Track 2 Garmarna, Sank, Hildegard von Bingen, trad.;
Tracks 3, 6, 10 trad.;
Track 4 words trad., music Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 5 words trad., music Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin;
Tracks 7-8 words trad., music trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 9 Stefan Brisland-Ferner

Maxi-Single Gamen

  1. Gamen (The Vulture) (3.47)
  2. Konungen och trollkvinnan (The King and the Sorceress) (4.03)

Track 1 words trad., music Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, Sank;
Track 2 words trad., music Stefan Brisland-Ferner

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: Hildegard von Bingen

Garmarna: Hildegard von Bingen

Garmarna: Hildegard von Bingen (Westpark 87081)

Hildegard von Bingen
Garmarna

MNW MNWCD 365 (CD, Sweden, May 2001);
Massproduktion MASS CD-87 (CD, Sweden, 2001);
Northside Records NSD6063 (CD, USA, 2001);
Westpark Music 87061 (CD, Germany, 2001)

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Produced, recorded and mixed by Erik S at Sidelake Studios, Sundsvall, June 2000-Februar 2001;
Digital mastering by Björn Engelmann at Cutting Room;
Photos by Kari Harström and Helene Högblom;
Sleeve design by Jens Häglin

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, hurdy-gurdy, strings, programming;
Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Jens Höglin: drums;
Gotte Ringqvist: guitar;
Rickard Westman: guitars, e-bow

with
Iain Ross: guitar [8]

Tracks

  1. Euchari (Eucharius) (5.02)
  2. Viridissima Virga (Greenest Branch) (4.42)
  3. Salvatoris (Savior) (4.34)
  4. O Frondens Virga (O Growing Branch) (3.24)
  5. Unde quocomque (Whence, Wherever) (7.12)
  6. O vis aeternitatis (O Power of Eternity) (4.02)
  7. Virga ac diadema (Branch and Diadem) (6.47)
  8. Paso (3.06)
  9. Kyrie (2.45)

Tracks 1-2, 4, 7 Hildegard von Bingen, Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 3 Hildegard von Bingen, Emma Härdelin;
Track 5 Hildegard von Bingen, Emma Härdelin, Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Eric S;
Track 6 Hildegard von Bingen, Garmarna;
Track 8 Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 9 Hildegard von Bingen

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: 6

Garmarna: 6

Garmarna: 6 (Westpark 87319)

6
Garmarna

BMG 538194311/538194292 (LP/CD, Sweden, April 2016);
Westpark Music 87061 (CD, Germany, 2016)

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Produced by Stefan Brisland-Ferner and Sanken Sandqvist;
Recorded by Stefan Brisland-Ferner at Studio DNA, Stockholm;
Drums recorded by Stefan Brisland-Ferner and Henrik Heinrich at Studio NEVO, Sundsvall;
Vocals on track 1-2 recorded by Sanken Sandqvist at BMG Studios, Stockholm;
Mixed by Sanken Sandqvist at ToyTown Studios;
Track 8 mixed by Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Photo by Pelle Ossler;
Artwork by Wickholm Formavd;
Sleeve design by Pelle Ossler and Wickholm Formavd

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, fiddle, hurdy-gurdy, programming, guitar;
Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Gotte Ringqvist: acoustic guitar;
Rickard Westman: guitar, bass;
Jens Höglin: acoustic and electric drums

with
Maxida Märak: vocals [1];
Joachim Eriksson Thåström: vocals [3]

Tracks

  1. Över gränsen (Over the Border) (3.29)
  2. Väktaren (The Watchman) (3.45)
  3. Öppet hav (Open Sea) (4.53)
  4. Nåden (Grace) (4.42)
  5. Timmarna (Hours) (3.53)
  6. Ingen (Nobody) (3.23)
  7. Ett dolt begär (A Hidden Desire) (4.37)
  8. Fönsterspöken (Window Ghosts) (4.06)
  9. Labyrint (Maze) (3.48)
  10. Gränser vi glömt (Neglected Borders) (3.44)

Track 1 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, Sanken Sandqvist, Maxida Märak;
Track 2 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Sanken Sandqvist, Emma Härdelin;
Track 3 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Jens Höglin;
Tracks 4, 10 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin;
Track 5 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, trad.;
Track 6 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, Sanken Sandqvist, Norlin;
Track 7 trad., Emma Härdelin, Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 9 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Norlin;

> Folk Music > Records > Garmarna: Förbundet

Garmarna: Förbundet

Garmarna: Förbundet (Season of Mist SOM 550D)

Förbundet
Garmarna

Season of Mist SOM 550LP/550D (LP/CD, Sweden, 5 November 2020)

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Produced by Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Recorded by Stefan Brisland-Ferner at Studio DNA, Stockholm;
Drums recorded by Stefan Brisland-Ferner and Henrik Heinrich at Studio NEVO, Sundsvall;
Additional recording by Christian Gabel at Studio Cobra, Stockholm;
Photography by Severus Tenenbaum;
Illustration by Axel “Master of the Dark Arts” Torvenius;
Graphic design by Jens Höglin

Musicians

Stefan Brisland-Ferner, fiddle, viola, hurdy gurdy, talharpa, moraharpa, kantele, guitar, electronics, vocals ;
Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Gotte Ringqvist: acoustic guitar, Hardanger fiddle, vocals;
Rickard Westman: guitar, vocals;
Jens Höglin: drums, electronics

with
Anders Norudde: moraharpa [1];
Maria Franz: vocals [2];
Ulf Gruvberg: vocals [7]

Tracks

  1. Ramunder (4.58)
  2. Två systrar (5.53)
  3. Dagen flyr (3.51)
  4. Sven i rosengård (5.24)
  5. Ur världen att gå (4.52)
  6. Vägskäl (4.56)
  7. Lussi Lilla (SMB 105; TSB D 168) (4.35)
  8. Avskedet (5.27)
  9. Din grav (1.56)

Track 1, 3-4 trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner;
Track 2 trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin, Jens Höglin;
Track 5, 8 trad., Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin;
Track 6, 9 Stefan Brisland-Ferner, Emma Härdelin;
Track 7 trad., Folk och Rackare, Stefan Brisland-Ferner