|A1||Sit Ikkje Sturen|
|A2||Bruremarsj Etter Fiskestigen|
|A6||Ile, Ile Hoppsan|
|B8||Hav Takk Fe Laget|
Profile: Norwegian violinist and fiddle player, born 1972 in Sandnessjøen, Norway. In Groups: Oslo Filharmoniske Orkester. Variations: Viewing All Arve Moen Bergset. Religiøse Folketonar (CD, Album, Tri). Johan Halvorsen, Arve Moen Bergset, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Terje Mikkelsen. Johan Halvorsen, Arve Moen Bergset, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Terje Mikkelsen - Fossegrimen O. 1 - Norway's Greeting To Theodore Roosevelt O. 1 (CD, Album). Arve Moen Bergset, Åse Barstad, Lars Underdal, Alf Tveit, Ellen Nordstoga - I Brudlaupsgarden (LP).
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Gullfakse (CD, Album). Arve Moen Bergset, Åse Barstad, Lars Underdal, Alf Tveit, Ellen Nordstoga.
Biography by Craig Harris. A master of the Hardanger fiddle and the Norwegian folksinging style of kvad, Arve Moen Bergset has brought a youthful enthusiasm to the musical traditions of his homeland. Inspired by the traditiona. ead Full Biography. Inspired by the traditional music that he heard after moving with his family to the musically rich Vinje in Telemark in 1977, Bergset studied violin with Lars Anders Tomter and Leif Jorgensen and kvad with Sondre Bratland. He received a higher diploma of chamber music with a solo instrument from the Norwegian State Academy of Music in 1995. Although he made his professional debut singing Norwegian folk songs on a nationally broadcast radio show in 1987, Bergset had already taken his first steps toward a musical career, releasing a solo album, Litle Fuglen, the previous year.
Arve Moen Bergset (born 13th of March, 1972) is a Norwegian folk musician from Sandnessjøen. Born in the southern Telemark region of Norway, he started singing at young age and released his first CD in 1986. He sings Norwegian folk songs and religious chants, and plays the violin, as well as the 'hardingfele', a Norwegian variant of the violin. Since 1988 he is also the leadsinger of the 'Bukkene Bruse', a Norwegian folkmusicgroup.
Arve Moen Bergset - Liti Kjersti. Liti Kjersti ho va seg så fagert eit viv - Det rigner og det blæs - Ho rei nordi fjello på gangaren kvit. arve moen bergset folk listen this tale is one of Ulver's primary lyrical influences for bergtatt if I'm not mistaken they certainly lifted those three lines at the end of each verse for the end of that album.
Arve Moen Bergset plays both concertos with the necessary verve and gutsy enthusiasm and Ole Ruud supports him confidently. this is marvellous music, marvellously played and recorded. Local boy Geirr Tveitt has produced these two marvellous concertos for the (Hardanger fiddle). He's ably supported by Ruud and the splendid Stavanger orchestra. beautifully clear as usual from BI. - The Gramophone Classical Music Guide. Some of the finest talent from Norway comes together on this 2002 album showcasing Arve Moen Bergset on the country's traditional Hardanger fiddle, accompanied by the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ole Kristian Ruud. The programme features two concertos and a third companion piece by late composer Geirr Tveitt, a pivotal figure in 20th century Norwegian music. 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters.
Arve Moen Bergset (born 13 March 1972) is a Norwegian folk singer, hardanger fiddler, and classical violinist. When he was five, he moved to Vinje, an area with rich folk music traditions. Odd Nordstoga was among his childhood friends. At eight, he started taking song lessons with Sondre Bratland. He released two albums of folk and traditional religious music as a boy singer in 1986 (Litle Fuglen, cassette) and Arvesølv in 1987. For Arvesølv, he won the Spellemannprisen award in the category of traditional music. Bergset is a member of Bukkene Bruse, a Norwegian folk music group, for whom he sings and plays the violin Paralle.