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New publication: The Archaeology of Sound, Acoustics and Music

Cajsa S. Lund has been a pioneer and a central voice in the interdisciplinary field of music archaeology since the ...
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Samuel Hellen’s songs: Comprehensive music project finished

For some years I have been involved in a fascinating and rewarding music project that has resulted in ...
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Video interview and improvisations

I Novgorod, during the  Slovisha festival in August my jew’s harp fellow reseacher Aksenti Beskrovny (Moscow) made an ...
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Impressions from the festival Slovisha in Novgorod

Back from Veliky Novgorod I am full of impressions after the Slovisha Musical Antiquities Festival, to which I ...
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Norwegian lyres!

Here is a glimpse into my pratical work with lyres. This winter I have worked with several instruments ...
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Thoughts on new Norwegian folk music in Finnish journal

In an article published in the Finnish journal Folk och musik I write about new directions in Norwegian folk ...
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«Norges lyder» is released and available

What did our forefathers and -mothers hear, in their places, in the countryside and in cities? What was ...
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The megaphone from the Kvalsund Ship presented in Barcelona

Earlier this month I participated in the European Association of Archaeologist’s 24th annual meeting, a huge conference with ...
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Conference in Austria on Music and Democracy

I spend a few late summer days in Austria, at the conference Participatory Approaches to Music & Democracy, organized ...
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Rural bells, Nes in Romerike

Yesterday I participated in a field recording session with the Norwegian Radio in Nes in Romerike for the radio ...
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