Katedral for tapte drømmer - Solfrid Molland
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Katedral for tapte drÝmmer (KKV)
cdRoots Code: kkv-371

On Katedral for tapte drÝmmer [Cathedral of Lost Dreams], the Norwegian accordionist is joined by some great names in Balkan music: Romanian hotshots Taraf de Haiduks, French-Russian gutarist Pascal de Loutcher and Gypsy singer Ionut Guluna.

   

Listen:
Hap
Sa har eg levd
Jelem, jelem

More info from the artist:
Cathedral of Lost Dreams is a musical portrait of the artist and musician Solfrid Molland. On this debut album, she spotlights Europe's largest minority, the Roma, and is joined by the Romanian group Taraf de Haidouks and the Franco-Russian singer and guitarist Pascal de Loutchek.

The CD is released on the KKV, and the result is a beautiful musical journey to the cathedrals and villages in Europe - a journey Solfrid also conducted during the recording. Produced by Erik Hillestad.

Solfrid Molland grew up with European classical music, Russian folk and gypsy music. She has selected a collection of gypsy music and gypsy poetry as she sings framed by their own compositions. These compositions are instrumental pieces written to various cathedrals in Europe. In addition, Ingvar Hovland written texts with themes of homelessness, living life and hope to the tunes of Molland.

Roma music can be called Europe's blues in the sense of an oppressed people's voice.

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