But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
No words to this song. It's a fiddle tune inspired by my time in Sweden.
Sounds so nice, great job!
This is not just Skåne, this is Hässleholm. You really picked it up here!
Oooh, this is a lovely melody. I'm not really too familiar with Swedish music, therefore feel unable to say too much, other than the fact that I enjoyed listening 😀
I love the sound to this piece; it *feels* Swedish. 😀
That was cool! Took me back to when I visited Skåne and the othe Län more regularly. The tune tasted of blåbärspaj med vaniljsås and the weak coffee they serve at roadside cafés. That's not a putdown, that's a memory. Have you heard about the Swedish three? Not sure if that's what it's actually called but it the way a waltz is counted in particular in the old timey Swedish folk music. The three is counted just a tad longer than the other two beats. So: One Two Three-ah, making each following One just a bit late. Ett Två Trejah
Well that's taken me back quite a long way. Lovely tune, simple and sweet, the way these are supposed to be.
You really put the Swedish Stamp on this. If you are not Swedish that is doubly impressive. means you have absorbed a whole culture.
I am the world's worst fiddler, despite attending fiddle lessons and summer camps. Speaking of which. I would thoroughly recommend the magic weeks we have at master Scots fiddler Alasdair Fraser's summer camp (not his fault I never mastered that devil's instrument). At the camp in Northern Spain all levels are welcome. I have written some of my finest lyrics at the events to fiddle tunes we were learning. Alasdair (and the other teachers) are wonderful and it is the musical highlight of the year.
Put "Crisol de Cuerda" in a search engine for more. I am even on a few of the promo videos 😉. Hey, but I am not "on commission" I just love them.
PS Forgot to thank you for listening to a couple of my recent songs.
PPS Alasdair does TWO camps in California!
Superbra:) Hoppas du gillar sverige
I really enjoy this piece.
Sounds like you had a happy time in Sweden. You can hear the nostalgia. Thanks for sharing.