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Gustaf Ljunggren, Skuli Sverrisson – Floreana (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Gustaf Ljunggren, Skuli Sverrisson - Floreana (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Gustaf Ljunggren, Skuli Sverrisson – Floreana (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Artist: Gustaf Ljunggren, Skuli Sverrisson
Album: Floreana
Release/Reissue: 2022
Genre: Jazz

01. Palace Prelude
02. Leading Somewhere
03. Kongens Mark
04. Bottomless Siestas
05. Olive
06. Isen Bruten
07. Codimar
08. Streams
09. Vestegnsromantik
10. Maren
11. Vi Overlever

Swedish multi-instrumentalist and composer Gustaf Ljunggren has teamed up with Icelandic Bass Guitar player and composer Sk?li Sverrisson (Laurie Anderson, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Bill Frisell, Blonde Redhead ) to create an album that wishes to offer the listener private musical spaces to dwell in for a while. Ljunggren’s musical language is clear, gentle, and melodic, and the pieces chosen for this album all share a sense of weaving past and future together into the present. Gustaf Ljunggren reflects about the music on Floreana: “I listened inwards, and it sounded like this. Melodies came to the surface, and I chose to say ‘yes’ to them, embrace them, carry them forward.


My musical partner on this album, Sk?li Sverrisson, has been with me throughout this process; embracing the music with both profound dedication and artistic boldness.” The music grants the listener access to something that’s forgotten or undiscovered. There’s a sensuousness throughout the work; musical spaces that reveal possibilities to listen inwards, aided by repetition in melodies and patterns. The music doesn’t seek climaxes as much as it seeks states of presence and attention. The live concerts with Gustaf Ljunggren and Sk?li Sverrisson will explore the spaces the music on Floreana invites to. Two of northern Europe’s most distinctive instrumentalists will interpret Ljunggren’s compositions with a strong attention to the environment where the music is performed. The audience can expect the performers to display a deep commitment to the presence of the music as it unfolds.