Title: Runaljod - Gap Var Ginnunga
Label: Indie Recordings
Released: 19 Jan 2009
Style: Nordic, Rune Singing, Folk
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1796 mb | MP3 size: 1769 mb | WMA size: 2807 mb
|5||Algir - Stien Klarnar||4:17|
|10||Ár Var Alda||2:19|
|16||Algir - Tognatale||5:39|
- Hardingfele [Hardanger Fiddle] – Hallvard Kleiveland (tracks: 7, 10)
- Instruments, Sounds – Kvitrafn
- Liner Notes – Kvitrafn
- Mastered By – Kvitrafn, Morten Lund
- Mixed By – Herbrand Larsen, Kvitrafn
- Photography By [All Other Photographs], Illustration – Øivind
- Photography By [Page 12] – Paco Espinoza
- Photography By [Page 14] – sbv033
- Photography By [Page 6] – Christian Selchow
- Photography By [Page 8] – Lothar Knopp
- Recorded By, Engineer – Kvitrafn
- Vocals – Gaahl, Kvitrafn, Lindy Fay Hella
- Written-By, Arranged By – Kvitrafn
Released in jewelcase with a slipcase.
Recorded and engineered at Fimbuljóð studio and various outdoor locations, 2003-2008.
Mixed at Fimbuljóð studio.
Mastered at Masterhuset.
©&℗ 2009 Indie Recordings.
Part 1 in the Runaljod-trilogy - music inspired by the 24 runes of the elder ᚠᚢþᚨᚱᚲ (futhark - runic alphabet).
Each part deals with 8 runes.
The runes explored on part 1 are ᚺ (H), ᛒ (B), þ (TH), ᛃ (J), ᛚ (L), ᚲ (K), ᛉ (Z), ᛞ (D).
- Barcode: 7 090014 380864
- Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A849678-01
- Mastering SID Code: iƒpi L573
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9702
- Rights Society: N©B
Runaljod Gap var ginnunga Sound of Runes The gap was vast is the first album by Norwegian Nordic folk group Wardruna. It was released 19 January 2009 by Indie RecordingsFimbulljóð Productions. The album is the first chapter of the Runaljod trilogy continued on the next two Wardruna albums, inspired by the 24 ancient runes of the Elder Futhark. The lyrics were composed by Kvitrafn in Norwegian, Old Norse and Proto-Norse. Nordic traditional instruments such as percussion and strings were used. Runaljod gap var Ginnunga is the first part in the Runaljod trilogy. Each album features eight runes of the Elder Futhark, but not in accordance with the order of the three aettirs families, which is most common when working with this futhark. Many of the recordings have taken place outdoors at locations relevant to the different runes. We have primarily used old, historical instruments such as self-made frame drums and ceremonial drums, mouth harp, tagelharpe viking fiddle, flutes, goat horns, tongue horns and Hardanger fiddle. All rights belongs to Wardruna. Wardruna's First Album - Runaljod Gap Var Ginnunga. If you liked, go and buy Wardruna's CDs and products - gap var Ginnunga. Follow Wardruna and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 19 January 2009. Ár var alda. Runaljod - gap var Ginnunga. Elder Futhark, Norse Folk, Runes, 2588. plus-circle Add Review. Be the first one to write a review. Runaljod - gap var Ginnunga was released on 19 January 2009 on Indie Recordings, under exclusive license from. In 2009 Wardruna enchanted their listeners with their mesmerizing debut album gap var Ginnunga, which also was the first part of a planned trilogy. In the ensuing Runaljod - gap var Ginnunga was released on 19 January 2009 on Indie Recordings, under exclusive license from Fimbulljóð Productions. Runaljod - gap var Ginnunga was written and arranged by Kvitrafn. Recorded and engineered by Kvitrafn at Fimbulljóð studio and various outdoor locations, 2003-2008. Mixed by Kvitrafn and Herbrand Larsen at Fimbulljóð studio. Mastered by Kvitrafn and Morten Lund at Masterhuset. In the ensuing read more. Album 2009 12 Songs. Runaljod gap var Ginnunga. Hard Rock 2009. Released January 19, 2009. Runaljod gap var Ginnunga Tracklist. Runaljod: Gap Var Ginnunga. Your Rating. Overview . Wardruna discography main. Runaljod - Yggdrasil 2013. Wardruna discography all. Fehu 2013. Part 1 in the Runaljod-trilogy - music inspired by the 24 runes of the elder ᚠᚢþᚨᚱᚲ futhark - runic alphabet. Each part deals with 8 runes. The runes explored on part 1 are ᚺ H, ᛒ B, þ TH, ᛃ J, ᛚ L, ᚲ K, ᛉ Z, ᛞ D