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Videos of Alexander Rybak’s performances in Sør-Fron Church. 08.08.2012

Concert in Sør-Fron church, Norway 8th of August 2012

The Concert in Sør-Fron Church  took place as a part of the annual “Peer Gynt- festival”. The musicians who performed were:  Alexander Rybak, The young Saxophone talent Magnus Bakken and the Folkmusic-quartet “Kvarts”. The actor Dennis Storhøi performed with a monologue from the play “Peer Gynt”.  The 3 songs below are the songs that were allowed to be publish. Link to a newspaper-review of the concert you’ll find here

Recordings by Tessa La and Marit Olavsdatter

 Klezmer is an old musical tradition with roots in the Jewish communities in Russia and Eastern Europe that existed in the old days. Often performed by small orchestras who wandered around from village to village and played at weddings, funerals and other events.

“Klezmer”. ( Recording by Tessa La)

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Article: “Excellent playing and play”. Review of Concert in Sør-Fron. Aug 8th 2012

Article published in Internet-issue of Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen 10.8. 2012.

Text and photos by Ervine Cathrine Ormeng.

Found by Tessa La. Translation by Marianne Saietz. Norwegian & english revision by Hilde M and Lillian Llewellyn

 

  Alexander Rybak and Kvarts participated, fulfilling the expectations. 

Excellent playing and play

Alexander Rybak and Kvarts participated, fulfilling high expectations.

Church concert in regi of Peer Gynt-Festival
With, among others, Alexander Rybak, Kvarts and Dennis Storhøi.
Sør-Fron Church.
Reviewed by Ervine Cathrine Ormeng.
 
The arcitectonic village-treasure, the Church-building, which has influenced life in Sør-Fron for the last two and a quarter of a centuries, made the most perfect setting for this masterly concert-experience, which was only set up once on the occasion of the Peer Gynt Festival 2012.
Inbetween – and accompanied by the music. Dennis Storhøi performed chosen acts from Peer Gynt.
With several of the best artists of Norway gathered in the same church-room, the expectations, of course, reached the ceiling.