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Triakel: Triakel

Triakel: Triakel (Westpark 87060)

Triakel
Triakel

Xource Records XOUCD 121 (CD, Sweden, 1998);
NorthSide Records NSD6018 (CD, USA, 1998);
Westpark Music 87060 (CD, Germany, 1999)

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Recorded and mixed by Gustav Hylén at Home Studio, Revsund, in January-March 1998;
Mastered by Bernhard Löhr;
Photo by Lennart Jonasson;
Design and layout by Pelle Andersson, Åttanolltvå

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium

Tracks

  1. Lilla Hin (Small Devil) / Gammel Sara (Old Sara) (4.10)
  2. I himmelen (In Paradise) (4.02)
  3. I fjol gjett je gjeita (Last Year) (1.53)
  4. Tusen tankar (A Thousand Thoughts) (6.43)
  5. Mjölnarens måg (The Miller's Son-in-Law) (2.33)
  6. Oväntad bröllopsgäst (The Unwanted Wedding Guest) (3.57)
  7. Om dagen står du städs för mig (All Day Long You’re On My Mind) (2.52)
  8. Alla gossar (All the Young Men) (3.12)
  9. Födelsedagsfesten (The Birthday Party) (3.19)
  10. Lapp-Nils polska (2.08)
  11. Lejonbruden (The Lion and the Bride) (3.17)
  12. En vacker vän (A Fair Young Love) (4.44)

Track 1a melody after Viksta-Lasse, Uppland;
Track 1b after Lena Söder, Bergsjö, Hälsingland;
Track 2 from Emma's great-grandfather's grandmother, Juliana Charlotta Berg, Norrbo, Hälsingland;
Tracks 3, 12 after Kristina Holm, Kall, Jämtland;
Track 4 after Thyra Karlsson, Östersund, Jämtland;
Track 5 after Anna Fält, Delsbo, Hälsingland;
Track 6 from a songbook by Karl Bohlin, Hammerdal, Jämtland, c.1880;
Track 7 after Alida Grönlund, Vilhelmina, Lappland;
Track 8 polska after Anna Lovisa Johansson Halland;
Track 9 Sam J. Lundwall;
Track 10 polska after Erik Nirsa, As, Jämtland;
Track 11 Emma's favourite ballad

> Folk Music > Records > Emma Härdelin: Innan gryningen

Emma Härdelin: Innan gryningen

Emma Härdelin: Innan gryningen (Mono MMCD-S 124)

Innan gryningen
Emma Härdelin

Mono Music MMCD-S 124 (CD single, Sweden, 1999)

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Produced by Benny Andersson;
Recorded by Bernard Löhr at Mono Music Studio, Skeppsholmen, September 1999;
Photo by Jørgen Reimer;
Design and layout by Jan Forsberg, Traffic Production

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Benny Andersson: keyboards

Tracks

  1. Innan gryningen (Before Dawn) (3.23)

Track 1 words Ylva Eggehorn, music Benny Andersson

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Vintervisor

Triakel: Vintervisor

Triakel: Vintervisor (Westpark 87097)

Vintervisor
Triakel

Mono Music MMCD 016 (CD, Sweden, 2000);
Indigo Musikproduktion 9711-2 (CD, Germany, 2000);
Westpark Music 87079 (CD, Germany, 2001)

Winter Songs
Triakel

NorthSide Records NSD6061 (CD, USA, 2000)

Triakel: Vintervisor (NorthSide NSD6061)
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Produced by Gustav Hylén and Bernhard Löhr;
Recorded by Gustav Hylén at Home Studio, Revsund;
Mixed by Bernhard Löhr ar Mono Music Studio;
Design and layout by Rune Söderkvist and Henrik Täppmark

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium

with
Benny Andersson: accordion

Tracks

  1. Julvisa från Älvdalen (Christmas Carol from Älvdalen) (3.01)
  2. Bergslagsjul (Christmas in the Mining District) (2.13)
  3. Er framtid blive lyckelig (Good Fortune and Joy) (3.18)
  4. Staffansvisa från Orust (St Stephen's Day Carol from Orust) (1.47)
  5. Innan gryningen (Before Dawn) (3.28)
  6. Torspar-julaftas-våggvisa (The Crofter’s Christmas Eve Lullaby) (4.12)
  7. God morgon här kär fader vår (Good Morning to You, Father Dear) (2.19)
  8. Det blir en julhelg glad (A Joyful Christmas It Will Be) (3.32)
  9. Julvisa i Finnmarken (Christmas Carol from Finnmark) / Isfärden (3.39)
  10. Staffansvisa från Jämtland (St Stephen's Day Carol from Jämsland) (2.36)
  11. Adventspsalm (Advent Hymn) (3.17)
  12. Mormors Julstjärna (Grandmother's Christmas Star) (2.35)
  13. Knalle Juls vals (2.32)
  14. Julgranspolska (The Christmas Tree Waltz) (2.15)
  15. Tackvisan (Song of Thanksgiving) (4.16)

Track 1 song after Tomas Hedvig Persson;
Track 2 text Josef Sedell, music Sven-Olof Berglund, second repise Getan Waltz after Gustav from Back, Jämtland;
Track 3 after Rut Dysteraas, Södra, Finnskoga, Värmland;
Track 4 trad. from Orust, Bohuslän;
Track 5 text Ylva Eggehorn, music Benny Andersson;
Track 6 text and music Alan Kristenson, Ovoken, Jämtland;
Track 7 first verse and melody from Närke, other verses after Skräddar-Anders persson and Lisskvarn-Ernst Olsoon, Nås, Dalarna;
Track 8 text Charlotta of Tibell, emlody Pärlan, Orsa;
Track 9 text Dan Anderssson, music Thorstein Bergman, waltz efter Jämt-Olov, Orsa, Dalarna;
Track 10 learnt by Emma from Catrine Edlund;
Track 11 after Matts Blomkvist, Runö, Estland;
Track 12 poem by Lars-Rune Larsson, march from Leksand, Dalarna;
Track 13 waltz by Evert Taube;
Track 14 text Erik “æcke” Olsson, Myssjö, Jämtland, music polska after Ström-Erske, Undersåker, Jämtland;
Track 15 after Fabian Eriksson, Rogsta, Hälsingland

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Sånger från 63° N

Triakel: Sånger från 63° N

Triakel: Sånger från 63° N (Westpark 87104)

Sånger från 63° N
Triakel

Westpark Music 87104 (CD, Germany, 2004)

Songs from 63° N
Triakel

NorthSide Records NSD6081 (CD, USA, 2004)

Triakel: Songs from 63° N (Northside NSD6081)
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Produced by Gustav Hylén;
Recorded and mixed by Gustav Hylén at Home Studio, Revsund, in January 2004;
Mixed by Bernhard Löhr ar Mono Music Studio;
Mastered by CRP Recording;
Photo by Lennart Jonsson;
Design and layout by Pelle Rumert, Syre Reklambyrå

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium

with
Anders Larsson: vocals [6]

Tracks

  1. Veit (Where D'you Think…?) (2.22)
  2. N'Lars och N'Mas (Maclay and Maccrae) (1.44)
  3. Lihll-Pe i Floa (Wee Willie Wattie) (2.06)
  4. Lilltåa, Tåtilla (Little Toe) (4.08)
  5. Grannar och vänner (Friends and Neighbours) (2.52)
  6. Min docka (My Pretty Maid) (3.43)
  7. Barnamörderska (The Cruel Mother) (3.12)
  8. Guds fruktan / Steklåt (Trust in Gold) (3.12)
  9. Älskaren i gluggen (The Lover at the Window) (1.58)
  10. Nu haver denna dag (Now One More Day) (4.36)
  11. Den gråtande drängen (The Farm Lad Who Cried) (2.51)
  12. Bli som far (In Your Father's Footsteps) (3.17)
  13. Tordyveln / Polska (The Dung Beetle's Wedding) (2.38)
  14. Långmasaguten (Young Ricky Rider) (1.29)
  15. Farväl alla vänner (Farewell to You All) (3.55)
  16. I Jamtlann (Jämtland) (3.04)

Track 1 Lars Persa;
Track 2 verses 1-2, 4 and melody after Isak Blå, Dorothea, Lappland, via Ulrika Lindholm, Rausasjö, Frostviken, verse 3 collected by Lars Alderkull, Halland, verse 5 Norwegian version from Hallingdal with some new words by Emma, verse 6 from Levi Johansson, Frostviken, verse 7 from Carl Josefsson, Orust, Bohuslän;
Track 3 Olle Simonsson, Offerdal (1976);
Track 4 Alan Kristensson, Oviken, Jämtland;
Tracks 5-6 from a songbook by Karl Bohlin, Hammerdal, Jämtland, c.1880;
Track 7 collected by Karl Bohlin, verses 4-5 from a variant sung by Amanda Franzén, Horsholma, Fäglo;
Track 8 collected by Karl Bohlin, verses 2-3 from a song from Småland;
Track 9 after Thyra Karlsson of Östersund;
Track 10 hymn after Olof Eliasson, Häggen, Oviken, Jämtland;
Track 11 after Levi Johansson, Frostviken;
Track 12 Allan Edwall;
Track 13 collected by Karl Bohlin, verse 5 from Märta Lindkvist, Östersund, verse 6 from Bromsen och flugan as sung by Emma's mother;
Track 14 Ulrika Lindholm;
Track 15 from Daniel Larsson junior, via Kjell-Erik's grandmother;
Track 16 poem by Anna Carlsson, music Ingvar Örner, Göteborg

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Ten Years of Triakel

Triakel: Ten Years of Triakel

Triakel: Ten Years of Triakel (Triakel TRI004)

Ten Years of Triakel
Triakel

Triakel TRI004 (CD, Sweden, 2005)

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Track 1 live recording from 2000;
Tracks 2-4, 9-10, 12, 16 recorded at Björn Höglund's home in Östersund in 2005;
Track 5 recorded live in Östersund 2002 by Johannes Adolfsson and SR Jämtland;
Track 6 recorded live at Falun Folk Music Festival, 1997;
Track 7 recorded at Triakel's first studio session, in Gustav Hylén's studio in Revsund, in 1996;
Tracks 8, 15 recorded live at Tanz- & Folkfest Rudolstadt 2001, by Deutschlandfunk Käln;
Track 11 recorded live at a festival in Ål, Norway, in 2003;
Track 13 recorded live at Falun Folk Music Festival, 2003;
Track 14 recorded live at a concert at Birka school in Ås, 1996;
Mastered by Björn Höglund;
Cover photo by Lennart Johansson;
All other photos by Triakel;
Cover design by Mats Öhr, Inkprint promotion

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium

Tracks

  1. Majvisa (May Day Song) (3.05)
  2. Skepparschottis (The Skipper's Schottische) (2.26)
  3. Du har låtit din kärlek få försvinna (You Have Let Your Love Grow Cold) (3.28)
  4. Polska (2.04)
  5. I Österland (Far in the East) (3.13)
  6. Skämtvisa om Roddare (Comic Song About an Oarsman) (2.58)
  7. Grannar och Vänner (Friends and Neighbours) (3.12)
  8. Bläck (Ink) (4.04)
  9. Begåvningsmarsch (March Played at Parties) (1.21)
  10. Emma Solo (2.16)
  11. Gammal og grå (Old and Grey) (2.34)
  12. Rallarguten (The Navvy Lad) (3.46)
  13. I Himmelen (In Paradise) (4.50)
  14. För i värla (In the Olden Days) (3.36)
  15. Den blomstertid nu kommer (The Land Bursts Out in Blossom) (5.40)
  16. Solen sig sänker (The Setting of the Sun) (2.51)

> Folk Music > Records > Emma Härdelin, Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, Katarina Hallberg, Kersti Ståbi: Kärleksbrev och ryska satelliter

Emma Härdelin et al: Kärleksbrev och ryska satelliter

Emma Härdelin, Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, Katarina Hallberg, Kersti Ståbi: Kärleksbrev och ryska satelliter (Holmen HOLMCD-20)

Kärleksbrev och ryska satelliter
Visor i Hälsingland
Emma Härdelin, Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, Katarina Hallberg, Kersti Ståbi

Holmen Music HOLMCD-20 (CD, Sweden, 2005)

Love Letters & Russian Satellites
Songs from Hälsingland
Emma Härdelin, Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, Katarina Hallberg, Kersti Ståbi

Westpark Music 87122 (CD, Germany, 2005)

Emma Härdelin, Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, Katarina Hallberg, Kersti Ståbi: Love Letters & Russian Satellites (Holmen HOLMCD-20)
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Produced by Jonas Olsson;
Recorded by Jonas Olsson in Järvsö in Autumn 2004;
Mixed by Jonas Olsson and Lennart Östblom in Sandviken;
Mastered by Claes Persson, CRP Recording;
Photography by Anna-Lena Nordebo;
Layout by Ljusdal Tryck AB

Musicians

Emma Härdelin,lead vocals [1, 6, 11, 14-15, 19], vocals [5, 7, 13];
Johanna Bölja Hertzberg, lead vocals [2, 5, 8, 12, 16], vocals [7, 13, 19];
Katarina Hallberg: lead vocals [2, 4, 10, 13, 18], vocals [1, 5, 7, 19];
Kersti Ståbi, lead vocals [3, 7, 9, 14, 17], vocals [5, 19];
Urban Andersson, accordion;
Görgen Antonsson, fiddle, viola;
Jonas Olsson, cittern, double bass;
Ola Hertzberg, nyckelharpa, double bass;
Tomas “Limpan” Lindberg, guitar, mandola, bouzouki, jew's harp

Tracks

  1. Skämtvisa om roddare (Joke Abour Rowers) (1.40)
  2. Oväntad bröllopsgäst (Unexpected Wedding Guest) (5.20)
  3. Driver dagg, faller regn (Drifting Dew, Falling Rain) (2.36)
  4. Ro, ro fiskeskär (Row, Row Fisher) (2.28)
  5. Förargas ej på mig (Do Not Annoy Me) (3.15)
  6. Tar du e' dellboska (If You're form Dellbo) (1.51)
  7. Två ryska satelliter (Two Russian Satellites) (2.52)
  8. Se fåglarna på dessa gröna kvistar (See the Birds on These Green Twigs) (3.13)
  9. I denna ljuva sommartid (In This Sweet Summer Time) (3.07)
  10. En visa vill jag sjung (I Want to Sing a Song) (4.26)
  11. O, kristi du som ljuset är (Oh Christ Your Are Like a Light) (2.40)
  12. Två kärleksvisor (Two Love Songs) (2.35)
  13. Kråkvisan (Crow Song) (3.01)
  14. Lars Persson (3.09)
  15. Sullan lullan litet bar (Cradle Song) (1.36)
  16. Sullan lullan (Cradle Song) (0.44)
  17. Gullvagnen (The Gold Cart) (0.48)
  18. Sov i ro (Sleep in Peace) (1.11)
  19. Långt borst i skog (Far into the Forest) (3.34)

Track 1 trad. after Pelle Schenell, Gnarp;
Tracks 2-3, 5-6, 13, 17-18 trad.;
Track 4 trad. after Signe Hall, Hassela;
Track 7 Albin Lindqvist;
Track 8 after Maria Hansson, Grängsbro;
Track 9 words Paul Gerhardt (17th century), music trad.;
Track 10 words trad., music Helge Nilsson, Bergsjö;
Track 11 choral after Olog Jonson, Rogsta;
Track 12 Karin Olsson;
Tracks 14, 19 trad. after Ida Gavell Blumenthal;
Track 15 trad. after Signle Widholm, Bergsjö;
Track 16 trad. after Agnes Gårder, Ljusdal

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Ulrikas minne

Triakel: Ulrikas minne

Triakel: Ulrikas minne (Westpark 87204)

Ulrikas minne
Visor från Frostviken
Triakel

Westpark Music 87204 (CD, Germany, 28 February 2011)

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Ulrika Lindholm (1886-1977) was one of Sweden’s great traditional singers. When she was “discovered” by Swedish Radio in the 1950’s she had a repertoire of more than 350 songs, most of them learned in her early years at the end of the 19th century in the small mountain village of Raukasjö in the district of Frostviken in northern Jämtland. It is remarkable that there was so much song and music in such a remote area, but visitors were frequent, since the village was on a main road between Norway and Sweden. The farms of Raukasjö were natural meeting-places for pedlars and other travellers, as well as neighbouring Sami. Ulrika learned all kinds of songs there—humorous ditties, children’s songs, musical games, drinking songs, a few bawdy ones, broadside ballads and religious songs. After many moves that took her all the way from Raukasjö to Enskede, south of Stockholm, she still kept alive her songs and her knowledge of old Jämtland culture and traditions. She continued to sing often, though to some extent she now put her songs to new use. She sent contributions to Swedish Radio’s great folk song competition, and in June 1952 Matts Arnberg did the first recording of a selection of her songs. There were to be many more recording sessions in the studio. Most of them took place from 1958 onwards. By that time Ulrika was 70 years old, but her voice was still powerful and vigorous. These recordings have been an inspiration ever since, but this is the first time a whole production has been devoted to Ulrika Lindholm, featuring songs she learned during her childhood in Jämtland. It seems perfectly fitting that the task is being undertaken by her Jämtland successors Triakel. I’m sure it would have pleased Ulrika Lindholm to hear the result.
Christina Mattsson, Director of Nordiska museet

Recorded, mixed and produced by Gustav Hylen at Home Studio Revsund, 2010;
Mastered at CRP Recording;
Photo by Karin Alfredsson;
Design by Pelle Rumert, Syre Reklambyrå

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle

with
Lars Ericsson: bass [2];
Mattias Warg: vocals [5];
Bodöoktetten: vocals [13];
Ulrika Lindholm: vocals [15]

Tracks

  1. Uti Friska Gräset Gröna (2.13)
  2. Sara (2.32)
  3. Dryckesvisa (1.49)
  4. Brännvinet (3.42)
  5. Kråkvisa (2.24)
  6. Karna (2.53)
  7. Stina (3.01)
  8. Visa från Raukasjö (3.51)
  9. Polska efter Fredrik Andersson, Raukasjö (2.09)
  10. Naktergalen (2.51)
  11. De Unga Jäntorna (2.15)
  12. Kallt Väder (4.35)
  13. Filligutten (2.48)
  14. Väckelsevisa (3.06)
  15. Ulrika Lindholm: Just på timman 24 (1960) (1.56)

Tracks 1-14 trad.;
Track 15 Zacharias Topelius

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Thyra

Triakel: Thyra

Triakel: Thyra (Westpark 87268)

Thyra
Triakel

Westpark Music 87268 (CD, Germany, 31 March 2014)

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Thyra Karlsson (1912-2001) from Alanäs is one of the major figures in traditional singing in Jämtland and Sweden. Her dream was to make a record, so that the songs she sang could be passed on to future generations. It didn’t come true till many years later. Thyra’s daughter has put out a CD of recordings from the archives, and now Triakel present their favourite songs in their album Thyra. It’s a personal selection out of the hundreds of traditional songs collected from her singing by the Centre for Swedish Folk Music and Jazz Research in Stockholm. They include Lantflickans klagan (A Country Girl’s Lament), Var blommar fridens stängel (The Stem of Serenity), and Tusen Tankar (A Thousand Thoughts)—a miscellany of songs of love, longing and sorrow—all performed in the unmistakeable spirit that Triakel has created in the course of eighteen years of work with the combined forces of harmonium, fiddle and song. Quiet, passionate music.

Thyra’s songs have been Triakel’s constant companions over the years, and her sorrowful version of Tusen Tankar has become a kind of signature tune for the band. Triakel’s recording has spread this song to the repertoire of a great many other artists, including one of the greatest string quartets in the world, the Kronos Quartet.

On their previous record Triakel devoted themselves to the older tradition of Ulrika Lindholm. Thyra Karlsson’s songs have a more modern feel to them, and are often marked by the dark passion and deep sadness that have become Triakel’s trademark.

Produced by Gustav Hylén;
Recorded and mixed at Home Studio Revsund;
Mastered by Sofia Von Hage, Stockholm Mastering;
Photo by Karin Alfredsson;
Design by Pelle Rumert, Syre Reklambyrå

Musicians

Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium;
Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle

with
Thyra Karlsson: vocals [15]

Tracks

  1. Lillade Anna (3.11)
  2. Kom blicka in på en kyrkogård (3.00)
  3. Sparvens visa (3.09)
  4. Gubben och gumman (3.23)
  5. Om jag en gång skall ha en man (2.01)
  6. Tusen tankar (4.03)
  7. Skolsång (2.49)
  8. Med tårar (3.33)
  9. Amerikaresan (2.56)
  10. Lantflickans klagan (4.42)
  11. Herr Peder (2.38)
  12. Var blommar fridens stängel (3.08)
  13. Skomakarvisa (2.44)
  14. Stjärnorna blinka (4.39)
  15. Thyra Karlsson—Hjältevisa vid fem år (2.40)

Tracks 1-14 trad.;
Track 15 Zacharias Topelius

> Folk Music > Records > Triakel: Händelser i Nord

Triakel: Händelser i Nord

Triakel: Händelser i Nord (Westpark 87382)

Händelser i Nord
Triakel

Westpark Music 87382 (CD, Germany, 26 April 2019)

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This album is a story about disasters, crime and death in Norrland. A murder ballad album. Sort of. Based on songs that fuctioned as newspapers during the late 17th century (Skillingtryck), the albums is filled with all the most gruesome stories from the north of Sweden. All based on a true story and with a lot of research included.

Produced by Johan Arveli;
Recorded and mixed at Studio 306;
Mastered by Daniel Mikaelsson, 4916 Mastering;
Background notes reworked by Malin Nord;
Translation by Alistair Cochrane;
Photo by Marléne Nilsén;
Design and layout by Pelle Rumert, Grand North

Musicians

Kjell-Erik Eriksson: fiddle;
Emma Härdelin: vocals, fiddle;
Janne Strömstedt: harmonium

Tracks

  1. Östersundsmordet (The Östersund Murder) (3.52)
  2. Umeåmordet (The Umeå Murder) (3.43)
  3. Medlemordet (The Medle Murder) (3.50)
  4. Vällistevisan (The Välliste Song) (3.53)
  5. Häggsjön (The Hägg Lake) (5.32)
  6. Den gruvlige kniven i Delsbo (The Dreaded Knife of Delsbo) (3.54)
  7. Pila-Britas schottis (Pila-Brita's Schottische) (2.55)
  8. Postrånet vid Säivis (The Mail Robbery at Säivis) (2.51)
  9. Stor-Stina från Malå (Tall Stina from Malå) (5.58)
  10. Långåmordet (The Långå Murder) (3.54)
  11. Hammerdalsvisan (The Hammerdal Song) (2.08)

Track 1 text C.G. Sundberg, music Kjell-Erik Eriksson;
Track 2 text Kristina Bergström, music trad. after Karin Bergfeldt and Anna Andersson, Orbaden Arbrå;
Track 3 text Thure Lindekvist, music trad.;
Track 4 text Katarina Holmgren and Karin Olsdottor, music trad.;
Track 5 text Ole Jonsen Gullstad, music trad. after Stina Olofsson, Kall;
Track 6 text unknown, music Alpens ros, trad. after Johanna Karlsson, Delsbo;
Track 7 music trad. after Ossian Eklund, Västbyn Offerdal;
Track 8 text unknown, music trad. after Franz Robert Brunström, Kusön Överluleå;
Track 9 text unknown, music trad. Millevitt, after wind players in Bragnum;
Track 10 text and music trad.;
Track 11 text and music trad. after Hilmer Sundberg, Kvistle Svenstavik