Frifot's self-titled 1999 album shows why they are among the flagship artists in the Swedish folk revival movement, melding traditional instruments like flutes, mandola, dulcimer, pipes, octave fiddle and fiddle with folk and jazz idioms. The trio, which consists of Per Gudmundson, Ale Moller and Lena Willemark, turns in a less jazz-oriented work than their prior albm Nordan. Instead, Frifot brings the folk aspects of the group's vocals and fiddling to the forefront, particularly on songs like "Abba Fader," "Vindlaren" and "Om Stenen.
Vocals, Fiddle, Whistle – Lena Willemark. Recorded September - November 1990, Sonet Studios.
Lena Willemark/Ale Möller/Per Gudmundsson Frifot, 1991. Frifot with Kirsten Bråten-Berg, Musique des vallées scandinaves (Suède - Norvège), 1993. Lena Willemark/Ale Möller Nordan, 1994 (ECM). Elise Einardotter Ensemble Senses, 1995. Ale Möller Hästen och Tranan, 1996. Lena Willemark/Ale Möller Agram, 1996 (ECM). Frifot Frifot, 1999 (ECM). Lena Willemark Windogur, 2000. Frifot Sluring, 2003. Lena Willemark Älvdalens Elektriska, 2006. Trees of Light, 2015 - with Anders Jormin and Karin Nakagawa.
Artist: Per Gudmundson.
Per Gudmundson, Ale Möller, Lena Willemark Roligs Per-latar.
Stream songs by Per Gudmundson & Ale Möller & Lena Willemark & similar artists! . Gudmundson's music first appeared in the US on the 1993 collection Scandinavian Valley Music, and the following year he contributed to Frifot bandmate Lena Willemark's Nordan album. Chat About Per Gudmundson & Ale Möller & Lena Willemark. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free.
Frifot's self-titled 1999 album shows why they are among the flagship artists in the Swedish folk revival movement, melding traditional instruments like flutes, mandola, dulcimer, pipes, octave fiddle and fiddle with folk and jazz idioms. musicians Per Gudmundson - fiddle, bagpipes, vocals Ale Möller - flute, mandola, harp, shawm, dulcimer, vocals Lena Willemark - fiddle, flute, vocals. Produced by Manfred Eicher.