Det blåser upp (The Winds are Changing) is a collection of traditional Haitian songs with poetic and evocative Swedish lyrics created by Sanna Kallman. The music is performed by Sten and Sanna Kallman along with the children's choirs Spektrum, from Botkyrka, and Prisma, from Knivsta, Sweden, and additional backing by Michael Andersson, Henrik Cederblom, Klas Nilsson and Ale Moller. Sten and Sanna Kallman - leading figures on Sweden's world music scene - are long-time ambassadors for Haitian roots music, a descendant of the African voodoo of Benin. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet it is rich in culture. It's music pairs melancholy with playful rhythms. Lush in imagery, the lyrics are multidimensional and memorable. Together, Sten Kallman's (Simbi, Den Fule, Trio Samara) arrangements for children's choir and instruments and Sanna Kallman's (Markatta, Makadam, Tetra, Stråf, Amanda) Swedish lyrics take children and adults alike on a tour of a vibrant culture that very few have a personal relationship to. Most of these arrangements are available through publisher Bo Ejeby forlag.
Det blåser upp (The Winds are Changing) is a collection of traditional Haitian songs with poetic and evocative Swedish lyrics created by Sanna Kallman. The music is performed by Sten and Sanna Kallman along with the children's choirs Spektrum, from Botkyrka, and Prisma, from Knivsta, Sweden, and additional backing by Michael Andersson, Henrik Cederblom, Klas Nilsson and Ale Moller. Sten and Sanna Kallman - leading figures on Sweden's world music scene - are long-time ambassadors for Haitian roots music, a descendant of the African voodoo of Benin. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet it is rich in culture. It's music pairs melancholy with playful rhythms. Lush in imagery, the lyrics are multidimensional and memorable. Together, Sten Kallman's (Simbi, Den Fule, Trio Samara) arrangements for children's choir and instruments and Sanna Kallman's (Markatta, Makadam, Tetra, Stråf, Amanda) Swedish lyrics take children and adults alike on a tour of a vibrant culture that very few have a personal relationship to. Most of these arrangements are available through publisher Bo Ejeby forlag.
7320470236703
Det Blaser Upp

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Format: CD
Label: FOOTPRINT
Rel. Date: 05/01/2020
UPC: 7320470236703

Det Blaser Upp
Artist: Sanna Kšllman
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Det blåser upp (The Winds are Changing) is a collection of traditional Haitian songs with poetic and evocative Swedish lyrics created by Sanna Kallman. The music is performed by Sten and Sanna Kallman along with the children's choirs Spektrum, from Botkyrka, and Prisma, from Knivsta, Sweden, and additional backing by Michael Andersson, Henrik Cederblom, Klas Nilsson and Ale Moller. Sten and Sanna Kallman - leading figures on Sweden's world music scene - are long-time ambassadors for Haitian roots music, a descendant of the African voodoo of Benin. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet it is rich in culture. It's music pairs melancholy with playful rhythms. Lush in imagery, the lyrics are multidimensional and memorable. Together, Sten Kallman's (Simbi, Den Fule, Trio Samara) arrangements for children's choir and instruments and Sanna Kallman's (Markatta, Makadam, Tetra, Stråf, Amanda) Swedish lyrics take children and adults alike on a tour of a vibrant culture that very few have a personal relationship to. Most of these arrangements are available through publisher Bo Ejeby forlag.