I Dreamed a Dream

Here follows some sound bytes from the album “Drømte mig en drøm” published by the Danish historical magazine SKALK. We are grateful to SKALK for allowing us to use photos and sound examples from their CD.

Title RA (small) RA (large) wav
1 Knut Albert Jepsen: Lur-signals.
Wooden “lur”.
1:18 1.rm (92k) 1b.rm (228k) 1.wav (959k)
2 Erik Axel Wessberg: Fantasy over “Drømte mig en drøm.
Lyre.
2:37
3 Anon. Icelandic/Mogens Friis: “Vølvens spådom”.
Recorder.
1:41 3.rm (86k) 3b.rm (212k) 3.wav (894k)
4 Anon. Italian, 10th century.: “O, Roma nobilis”.
Falster-pibe and drum.
1:44 4.rm (72k) 4b.rm (178k) 4.wav (749k)
5 Anon. Dansk/Mogens Friis: “Drømte mig en drøm”.
York-panflute.
0:47
6 Guido of Arezzo (d. 1050): “Ut-re-mi”.
Gemshorn, lyre.
2:46
7 Anon. Danish: “Drømte mig en drøm”.
Falster-pibe.
0:41
8 Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199). “Ja nouns hons pris”.
Gemshorn
2:38
9 Icelandic lullaby.
Västerby-horn
1:24 9.rm 9b.rm 9.wav
10 Anon. Orkney islands, 12th century.: “Hymn to St. Magnus”.
Song and lyre.
2:57
11 Anon. Danish/Mogens Friis: “Drømte mig en drøm”.
Århus-flute.
0:39 11.rm 11b.rm 11.wav
12 Knut Albert Jepsen: Lur-signals.
Wooden “lur”
0:55

From left:

Knud Albert Jepsen (cow’s horn),
Erik Axel Wessberg (lyre)
 Mogens Friis (flute).

Recorded in Future Force Audio’s studio in Viby, February 1996.
Technician: Kaspar Vorbeck. Producer: Erik Axel Wessberg.

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