Gorrlaus with Ingvill Marit Buen Garnås, Per Anders Buen Garnås and Daniel Sandén-Warg

EVENT INFORMATION

Gorrlaus - 3. september @ Rimi / Imir Scenekunst

NO (See english down below)

Doors open: 19.00

Concert start: 20.00



Tickets: 150, - Ordinary // 100, - Student

NB !! ADVANCE ONLY !!

We will need the names of those who will actually use the tickets to have full control over who is actually at the house, due to the corona situation. We therefore ask you to send us your full name by email: info@rimi-imir.no Thank you very much! 


After a reluctant break this spring, Gorrlaus comes eighteenth with a fireworks display of a folk music evening!


Ingvill Marit Buen Garnås - vocals

Per Anders Buen Garnås - harding fiddle

Daniel Sandén-Warg - harding fiddle and mouth harp


Daniel Sandén-Warg is one of the foremost practitioners of Setesdal's tradition of harding fiddle and mouth harp. He has learned directly from Hallvard T. Bjørgum and has also reviewed archive recordings of, among others, Torleiv H. Bjørgum and Andres K. Rysstad. He has managed to get tonality, rhythm and ornamentation from the old masters into his own fiddle playing in a way that very few have managed in recent times. He has recorded several records with traditional music from Setesdal. Among these are Rammeslått 1 and 2 together with mouth harp fiddler Sigurd Brokke, Bjørgumspel vol 2 and 3 together with Hallvard T. Bjørgum and Warg / Buen together with Per Anders Buen Garnås. This is a unique chance to experience some of the most hard-swinging harding fiddle play found in this quite country. 


The sibling couple Ingvill Marit - and Per Anders Buen Garnås are from Bø in Telemark and come from a family with musical roots back to the 18th century and they are part of an uninterrupted and living tradition. 


Ingvill Marit has a wide vocal repertoire from both Telemark and Setesdal and has excelled in her interpretations of ballads and the mysterious riddles. Through the work of her mother (Agnes Buen Garnås), she has been able to lend an ear to many of the best Kvedars in the older generation. She has otherwise spent a lot of time on archive recordings, text and note transcripts from the 19th century. Ingvill Marit is one of the foremost quedars we have in Norway today and she has preserved much of the aesthetics and tonality of the old practitioners of the vocal tradition. 


Per Anders started playing the hard fiddle as a 6-year-old, inspired by two uncles; Hauk and Knut Buen. Eventually he became acquainted with many of the great masters in his home county, and learned from them all - such as Einar Løndal, Eivind Mo, Anund Roheim, Bjarne Herrefoss, Olav K. Øyaland and Gunnar Innleggen. Per Anders, like Ingvill Marit and Daniel Sandén-Warg, has spent a lot of time listening to archive recordings of musicians he did not get to experience, such as Johannes Dahle. 

Ingvill Marit and Per Anders have won the landscape play countless times in their respective classes.

In 2010 they released the album "Salme, segn og solbøn" which has remained as a masterpiece.


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Gorrlaus - 3. september @ Rimi / Imir Scenekunst

Doors open: 19.00

Concert starts: 20.00


Tickets: 150,- Ordinairy // 100,- Student

NB !! ADVANCE ONLY !!

We'll need the name of the people actually using the tickets to have control over who's in the building, due to the korona situation. Therefore we ask you to send us the full names on email: info@rimi-imir.no Thank you! 


After a involuntary break this spring, Gorrlaus return with a spectacular folk music evening on RIMI/IMIR Scenekunst!


Ingvill Marit Buen Garnås - vocals

Per Anders Buen Garnås - hardanger fiddle

Daniel Sandén-Warg - hardanger fiddle and mouth harp


Daniel Sandén-Warg is one of the most prominent performers of the Setesdal tradition on hardanger fiddle and mouth harp. He has learnt music directly from Hallvard T. Bjørgum as well as from archive recordings of Torleiv H. Bjørgum and Andres K. Rysstad. He has managed to incorporate tonality, rhythm and ornamentation from the old master fiddlers into his own playing in a way that very few has acheived in recent time. Daniel has done several releases with traditional music from Setesdal. Amongst them are Rammeslått 1 and 2 together with mouth harpist Sigurd Brokke, Bjørgumspel vol 2 and 3 together with Hallvard T. Bjørgum and Warg/Buen together with Per Anders Buen Garnås. This is a unique chance to witness some of the most uncompromising and hardhitting hardanger fiddle playing there is. 


Siblings Ingvill Marit – and Per Anders Buen Garnås are from Bø in Telemark and belong to a family with musical roots dating back to the 18th century. They are a part of a long and unbroken tradition.


Ingvill Marit has a broad vocal repertoir both from Telemark and Setedal. She is especially known for her interpretations of ballads and mystical folk songs. Through the knowledge of her mother, Agnes Buen Garnås, she has learnt music of singers from the older generations. She has also learnt from archive recordings as well as music notations from the 19th century. Ingvill Marit is one of the foremost traditional singers in Norway and she has kept much of the aesthetics and tonality from the older vocal tradition. 


Per Anders started playing hardanger fiddle at the age of 6, inspired by his two uncles; Hauk  and Knut Buen. He got to know many of the master fiddlers in his county, and got to learn from them all.  Such as Einar Løndal, Eivind Mo, Anund Roheim, Bjarne Herrefoss, Olav K. Øyaland and Gunnar Innleggen. Just like Ingvill Marit and Daniel Sandén-Warg, Per Anders has also spent a lot of time listening to archive recordings of older players he did not get to meet, such as Johannes Dahle. Ingvill Marit and Per Anders have won "landskappleiken" countless times in their respective classes. I 2010 they released a record together called "Salme, segn and solbøn". The album has been called a masterpiece. 



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