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Fjord Norway Stavanger

Gorrlaus with Ånon Egeland and Anders Røine

  • Badehusgata 25, Stavanger, Norway, Stavanger
  • 8. November 2019
  •  /  20:00
  • (1 Upcoming Dates)
Overview

8 NOVEMBER @ 20.00 - RISK (RIMI/IMIR Scenekunst)
***Gorrlaus Folk Music Series with Ånon Egeland And Anders Røine***
Tickets: 150kr/ 100Kr student

Ånon Egeland – hardingfiddle, fiddle, mout harp, willow flute
Anders Røine – langeleik, hardingfiddle and mouth harp.

Ånon Egeland is a norwegian folk musician and teacher. He plays
hardingfiddle, normal fiddle, mouth harp and a variety of flutes
(bone flute, sjøfløyte, double willow flute). He is also known for his
comprehensive knowledge of folk music in the county of Agder, and
has learned from traditional players such as Andres K. Rysstad, Sigurd
Fjellstad, Trygve Eftestøl and Salve Austenå.
Egeland has done numerous record releases, concerts and recordings
and received "Spellemannsprisen" award in 1977 for his first album "i
heitaste slåtten" (with Per Midtstigen).
Egeland was a key figure in the establishment of the folk music
department at "folkehøgskolen in Fagernes", where he was teaching
from 88 to 96. Today he is a lecturer at "Høgskolen i Telemark, institute
for folk culture" in Rauland, Vinje.
Egeland will, among other things, play songs he has learned from
Andres K. Rysstad from Setesdal and Salve Austenå from Tovdal this
evening. This is something we are very much looking forward to. Here
you will get a chance to listen to a tonality from a different time.
Anders Røine is, like Ånon Egeland, very concerned with tonality
and rhythm. He has for instance created a langeleik together with
his brother, Niels Røine, which has movable frets. This makes it
possible to approximate the old langeleik scales that existed before
the scholars of church organ travelled around in villages in the 19th
century and changed the tonality of the langeleik into the 12-tone
equal temperament. And thus changing the whole tradition. Røine is,
like many musicians playing at Gorrlaus, proficient at playing many
instruments. Apart from langeleik he plays hardingfiddle, normal
fiddle, mouth harp, guitar, banjo and much more. He is known as
a guitar player of the duo Sudan Dudan, plays together with Hans
P. and Rasmus Kjorstad and Hans Hulbækmo in Reolo, received the
"Spellemannsprisen" in 2016 for the album "Kristine Valdresdatter",
was elected "folk muscians of the year" during Folkealarmprisen in
2017 and has won landskappleiken numerous times playing mouth
harp.
Røine and Egeland will play both solo and together during the concert
this evening.

  • Last Updated: 08.10.2019
  • Source: Region Stavanger
Dates

Fr., 8. November 2019 20:00 23:30

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