Johan Tronestam | Roots and Legends from the North

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Roots and Legends from the North

by Johan Tronestam

This album concerns an ancient time when man appeared and moved around in the northern areas of the world.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Secrets from the Northern Heights
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2. Mountain Poems
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3. Nordic Legends
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4. Opening a Door to the Past
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5. Closer to the Ancient Truth
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6. The Ancient Pulse Still Beats
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7. Brave Souls
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8. Traces of a Forgotten Time
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9. Dominate
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10. Roots and Legends: End Title
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A time which today exists only in our minds, traditions, legends and dreams. My wish is to invite you to an inner journey, into something that caught me and inspired me to create this music.

This music was created in Lemland / Åland 2012. It concerns an ancient time when man appeared and moved around in the northern areas of the world. With this album I want to connect the subject to instrumental tones based on electronic music. I've been trying to give the music a sense of mystery, folk tones and still maintain the electronic basis.


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