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Maja S.K. Ratkje, Jon Wesseltoft, Camille Norment, Per Gisle Galaen, "Celadon"

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A record of slowly evolving beauty that gradually unravels its meditative design. Recorded in Norwegian sculptor and painter Emanuel Vigeland' s (1875 -1948) mausoleum in Oslo in 2013. A recording space that is famous for its acoustics and its long and full-sounding reverb. These three tracks utilize both the delicacy and the power of acoustic instruments and human voice in relation to the unique recording space. This is a record that is otherworldly and eerie but also with a great primal expressive force. Performed by four artists from different backgrounds coming together to create this singular set of music.



  • Beneath The Bough (13:03)
  • The Green Flood (18:57)
  • Afterglow (30:31)



Maja S.K. Ratkje - Voice and Bells

Jon Wesseltoft - Accordion Organ and Harmonium

Camille Norment - Glass Armonica

Per Gisle Galåen - Zither and Harmonium


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Last Updated on Saturday, 11 July 2015 11:14  


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