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Crossing North

Crossing North

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Crossing North
30 min2019 APR 2
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What does it mean to be a folk musician in a country with no folk instruments? Musician and folk music festival organizer Linus Orri Gunnarsson Cederborg discusses the mysteries of Icelandic folk music.
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This episode was written, edited, and produced by Colin Gioia Connors. Special thanks to Kristian Næsby.
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Transcript available at scandinavian.washington.edu/episode-3-transcript
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Music used with permission by Linus Orri Gunnarsson Cederborg.
SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/lygi-1?fbclid=IwAR02wXNAEv1xuGfs2DDB8j5szSYG60mdbKpHpllC_EonYHyPOQ3fnzc-7AY
Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuUG8doLcJ8Oab3wrxONNUA?fbclid=IwAR0LiSXSNt26lLkhI5gc4QRTJX9NVgV7gETocQcq1eqP3LJmC8swBDdcvAU
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https://myndra.bandcamp.com/releases?fbclid=IwAR1yBXEXX5jxJr2Z8_jVMl98tpU0w6AVLrsiE2p5g4C0FBUDcolyOF_vF2c
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Learn more about the Reykjavík Folk Music Festival at www.vakafolk.is (check back soon for updates on the 2019 festival, May 31 - June 2).
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Theme music used with permission by Kristján Hrannar Pálsson.
Youtube:
youtu.be/uzoFON4nobQ
Spotify:
open.spotify.com/album/1dDmFxNvfYVnQwq7up7rxS
Order a CD:
www.discogs.com/sell/item/271351364
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Crossing North is a production of the Department of Scandinavian Studies and the Baltic Studies Program at the University of Washington in Seattle.
scandinavian.washington.edu/crossing-north-podcast

Support Crossing North:
Donate to the "Friends of Scandinavian Languages and Literature Fund"
scandinavian.washington.edu/support-us