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Frederik Iversen Og Jens Andersen - Trædballehus 1930-36 album mp3

Frederik Iversen Og Jens Andersen  - Trædballehus 1930-36 album mp3
Title:
Trædballehus 1930-36
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Style:
Folk, Nordic
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FLAC album size:
1896 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

Violin – Frederik Iversen, Jens Andersen (3). Notes. Recordings from 1930-1936 Sources: 78 rpm records (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 12-14) - Radio (3, 6, 10, 11) - Private recordings (7, 8). Issued by Folkemusikkens Fælles Sekretariat in cooperation with Folkemusikhusringen Cleaning and mastering: VadLyd (Jørgen Vad).

Frederik Iversen Og Jens Andersen (3). Frederik Iversen Og Jens Andersen (3) - Trædballehus 1930-36 ‎(CD, Comp). Live ‎(CD, Album, Dem). Not On Label (Frolk Self-released).

Frederik Andersen (born 2 October 1989) is a Danish professional ice hockey goaltender currently playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). He has also played for the Anaheim Ducks. Andersen was a member of Denmark's national team that competed at the 2010 IIHF World Championship. He was selected by the Carolina Hurricanes in the seventh round, 187th overall, of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft

Frederik Iversen (1864–1948) was a Danish traditional musician and composer. He became famous through the dances he held in from 1912 to 1939 at his restaurant Trædballehus west of Vejle, in Western Jutland. He played the clarinet and fiddle and composed many of the tunes that are now the stock of Danish traditional music, such as his famous version of "trædballehus polka" (which he probably adapted from other local fiddlers).

Frederik Iversen (1864–1948) was a Danish traditional musician and composer.

Frederik Andersen Bio. For a goaltender who is 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, Andersen somehow flew under the NHL's scouting radar for several years, which is surprising considering he started out playing for Herning, the most successful team in the history of Denmark's top pro league. In 2008-09, his first season with Herning, Andersen had a goals-against average of . 5 in 22 games. He played the clarinet and fiddle and composed many of the tunes that are now the stock of Danish traditional music, such as his famous version of "trædballehus polka" (which he probably adapted from other local fiddlers)

2015 to 2019 · PBA - International Handel og Markedsføring · Viby, Arhus, Denmark. Aarhus Handelsgymnasium – Aarhus Business College. Class of 2013 · Risskov, Arhus, Denmark.

Jens Jensen From 1879Jens Jensen From in 1930 Denmark Census. Jens Jensen From was born on month day 1879. Jens married Jenny Jensen From in 1916, at age 36. They had 4 children: Anna Marie Jensen and 3 other children. Jens lived on month day 1930, at address. 20 of 100 individuals View all. Denmark Church Records, 1813-1919. Jens Petersen From Jens Petersen From, Circa 1736 - 1818. Jens Petersen From was born circa 1736, at birth place.

Tracklist

1 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Trædballehus Polka 3:07
2 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Vejledalsvalsen 2:34
3 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Tyrolerhopsa I A-dur 3:20
4 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Du Er Min Egen 2:55
5 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Provins Vals 3:07
6 Aksel Dahlerup & Frederik Iversen Interview Med Frederik Iversen 4:43
7 Frederik Iversen Galop I D-dur 1:42
8 Frederik Iversen & Carl Frederik Eriksen Gadbjerg Tyrolerhopsa 2:52
9 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Vejle Turistpolka 3:00
10 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Fødselsdagsvalsen 2:57
11 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Soldater Polka 3:17
12 Frederik Iversen, Jens Andersen & Carl Frederik Eriksen Trædballehus Polka 3:04
13 Frederik Iversen, Jens Andersen & Carl Frederik Eriksen Vejledalsvalsen 2:55
14 Frederik Iversen & Jens Andersen Tyrolerhopsa 2:54

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – BCP Data A/S

Credits

  • Edited By, Cover, Liner Notes – Vagn Dahl Hansen
  • Interviewer – Aksel Dahlerup
  • Mastered By – Jørgen Vad
  • Piano – Carl Frederik Eriksen
  • Proofreader – Søren Lond
  • Violin – Frederik Iversen, Jens Andersen

Notes

Recordings from 1930-1936
Sources: 78 rpm records (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 12-14) - Radio (3, 6, 10, 11) - Private recordings (7, 8)

Issued by Folkemusikkens Fælles Sekretariat in cooperation with Folkemusikhusringen
Cleaning and mastering: VadLyd (Jørgen Vad)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
  • Barcode: 5 705934 001837
  • Matrix / Runout: B361753 @1 BCP DATA +4548227000
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW03