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  • I don't yet know how to do that, but I want to learn to crochet a bit better and just saw "hardanger" lace which is made on counted cross stitch fabric.

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  • There is also a waxed cloth picture from Uganda which I got from my friend Wil, a silver star Christmas decoration (which I like enough to leave up all year) from a swap with Lana, a pay-it-forward Dear Jane decoration from Cathi and a little hardanger ornament which came from the BQL secret santa swap one year.

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  • The hardingfele, or hardanger fiddle, is a specially tuned violin unique to a particular region of Norway, with many strings underneath the four bowed ones that provide harmonics and give the instrument a distinctive sound.

    Andrea Hoag, Loretta Kelley, & Charlie Pilzer, Hambo in the Snow (Azalea City Recordings, 2006)

  • They don't play straight-up mountain music but rather combine its breakneck tempos and wild polyphony with the dense, rich harmonies of their own tradition, created in part by the sympathetic drone strings of the hardanger fiddle and nyckelharpa (which Esko Jarvela plays).

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  • This seven-piece Scandinavian string ensemble includes Alina, Esko, and Antti Jarvela, children of the family at the core of the great Finnish wall-of-fiddles group JPP, and two hardanger fiddlers from Norway, Einar-Olov and Gjermund Larsen, who belong to a similarly revered musical clan.

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  • Its heritage shines with rosemaling, hardanger and baking demonstrations.

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  • This seven-piece Scandinavian string ensemble includes Alina, Esko, and Antti Jarvela, children of the family at the core of the great Finnish wall-of-fiddles group JPP, and two hardanger fiddlers from Norway, Einar-Olov and Gjermund Larsen, who belong to a similarly revered musical clan.

    Chicago Reader

  • She also made many beautiful pieces of hardanger needlework, which she gave as gifts and donated to the church bazaar.

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  • They don't play straight-up mountain music but rather combine its breakneck tempos and wild polyphony with the dense, rich harmonies of their own tradition, created in part by the sympathetic drone strings of the hardanger fiddle and nyckelharpa (which Esko Jarvela plays).

    Chicago Reader

  • Chamber Series, occasional Norwegian hardanger fiddler.

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