Henrik Jansberg - Signatur - CD
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Henrik Jansberg
Signatur (Go Folk, Denmark)

This is the debut CD by the young Danish violin virtuoso, presenting both traditional and contemporary music with sensitivity and swing. Tracks are solo or lighly accompanied by some of Denmark's best young musicians on violins, bass, concertina, guitar and percussion.

Raaby Hopsa
Over Atlanten

The musicans:
Henrik Jansberg - violin
L. Konýa - violin
Sophia Eriksson - violin , viola d'amore
Rasmus Zeeberg - guitar
Robert Harbron - concertina guitar
Steffan Søgaard Sørensen - double bass
Rasmus Brylle - percussion

The composer and musician Carl Nielsen once said: "As a rule, people refer to music as deep and meaningful, simply because it sounds pompous. Rubbish! The most light hearted things can have meaning, simply by being well put. Meaning comes when things that are said, are said properly."

Whether or not Henrik Jansberg is a traditional Danish musician, a non-traditional Nordic musician, a schooled musician, a playful musician or a folk-musical interpreter of the times is not easy to answer, but the fact that he says what he has to say well, is clear To prioritise both tradition and creativity is dif. cult. One must combine the hard work and long hours that together form the essence of a true knowledge of tradition, and the sensitivity and openess to incorperate one´s own time. All this is on this CD! - Carl Erik Lundgaard, Folk Musician


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