CD: Hildegunn Øiseth – Hildring

September 27, 2009

Hildegunn Øiseth

trumpet, flugelhorn and goathorn News: solo album: “hildring”
After graduating from the Swedish Academy of Music, Ingesund, in 1990, she was employed by Bohuslän Big Band. In 1999 she relocated to South Africa where she worked as a freelance musician for two years. She explored African rhythms and soundscapes and started the group Uhambo, and with them released two CDs.
Hildegunn has since 2003 been doing many projects in Palestine and Pakistan. Electronic effects for trumpet and voice have long held a fascination for Hildegunn, and she has developed her own musical techniques featuring the goat horn.Today Hildegunn is touring and recording with Trondheim jazzorchestra and she is recording a new solo album.

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The CD is produced by Svein Schultz, and includes a dream team among Norwegian musicians:

Helge A. Nordbakken; perc
Nils-Olav Johansen; guitar/vocals
Paolo Vinaccia; perc
Eirik-André Rydningen; drums
Karl Oluf Wennerberg; drums
Stein Austrud; vocoder
Majken Christiansen; vocals
Tuva Syvertsen; hardanger fiddle/vocals
Mohdi Ahsan Papu; Pakistanian flutes
Tore Brunborg; sax
Erlend Gjertsen; kb, perc, world stick
Herman Rundberg; guitar/kb/perc/vocals/world stick
Svein Schultz; bass/kb/world stick

a landscape painted from a pallet stretching from mystique to ecstasy.

Frede Y. Eriksen (Glåmdalen)