Norwegian Music

Norwegian Music

Europe
Norwegian music, term for music on the territory of Norway. Like music in the other Scandinavian countries, Norwegian music is already documented by finds of instruments from the Middle and Late Bronze Age, from which lurs are known, which were probably blown on cultic occasions. The literary sources of the Middle Ages such as the Edda, Sagas and the Skaldendeals paint a more comprehensive picture of Norwegian musical life. In addition to the harp, fiddle, lyre and horns, the folk instruments langleik (fingerboard zither) and especially the Hardangerfele (Hardanger fiddle) are from this period), which has a lot in common with the folk sounds of the southern region of pre-aggregorian shepherd melodies in Switzerland in its primeval melos and lyrically. The literary sources also testify to the high reputation of…
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Brief Information About Norway

Brief Information About Norway

Europe
The land of the fjords, the waterfalls, the spectacular serpentine roads. Although the capital Oslo offers a number of sights with the Vigeland Park, the castle, the brick town hall and the striking opera, the main motive for many people to travel to Norway is the breathtaking nature in the truest sense of the word. The famous Geiranger Fjord and the deep Sogne Fjord, the Pulpit Rock on the Lyse Fjord, the thundering waterfalls and, last but not least, the North Cape are at the top of the travel programs. And for those traveling by car or motorcycle, the trips on the Trollstigen or the Adlerstra├če not only provide exceptional views, but certainly also give you one or the other adrenaline rush. Entry requirements As a country located in northern…
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