Anna Maria Friman voice – Linn Andrea Fuglseth voice – Jorunn Lovise Husan voice – Trio Mediaeval


Flickornas vän (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
I mine kåte ungdomsdagar (arr. Andrew Smith) Traditional
Marienlyst trall Linn Andrea Fuglseth
Solbønn Traditional
Limu Limu Lima (arr. Trio Mediaeval) Traditional
Lova Line (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Gammelkjerringvalsen (arr. Paul Gunnar Lien) Traditional
Den signede dag Traditional
Pris vare Gud Traditional
Abba, hjärtans Fader god (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
Om ödet skulle skicka mig (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
Jag haver ingen kärare (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
Du är den första (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
Hullaslag Traditional
Brureslått fra Rivedal (arr. Anna Maria Friman) Traditional
Bruremarsj fra Gudbrandsdalen (arr. Tone Krohn) Traditional
Villemann og Magnhild (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Springdans (arr. Tone Krohn) Traditional
So ro liten tull (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Sulla lulla (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Fryd dig du Kristi brud (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Kyrkjeklokka (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional
Nu solen går ned (arr. Linn Andrea Fuglseth) Traditional

The three Norwegian vocalists of the Trio Mediæval are primarily known as pioneers of medieval music. For this concert, as part of the Nordic Festival, they journey to the cold North of Europe – the place of their own roots – and perform Norwegian and Swedish folk songs. Especially for this occasion, they have arranged love songs, wedding songs, lullabies and hymns that were not originally intended for public performance. However, the beautiful wordless melodies of this repertoire inspire through a quirky and fascinating world of sound.  


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