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Autio Huvila

by Kardemimmit

Autio huvila consist etheric female harmony singing and airy sound of Finnish national instrument, string instrument kantele. Stories about abandoned villas, forgotten loved ones, past summers with a twinkle in the eye!
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Muukalainen (Lost Love)
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2. Keinukallio (Singing Girl)
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3. Tulen Ääressä (Beside the Fire)
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4. Postikello (Wrong Way)
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5. Autio Huvila (Abandoned Villa)
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5:59 $0.99
6. Neidon Ikävä (Longing Maiden)
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7. Kalpea Valo (Pale Light)
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8. Laulu Päivälle (A New Day)
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9. Röntyskät (Röntyskä Songs)
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10. Häpeään Joutunut Tyttö (Fallen Girl)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kardemimmit is a Finnish folk music group formed by four young women: Maija Pokela, Jutta Rahmel, Anna Wegelius and Leeni Wegelius. They are singers and players of the kantele (the national instrument of Finland) in its 15 and 38 stringed forms. The group's repertory consists of modern folk music mostly composed by the members themselves. The music of Kardemimmit is fresh but it's strongly foundationed in Finnish tradition from both Eastern and Western regions featuring e.g. reki-style of singing, Perhonjoki valley kantele style, Karelian small kantele and runo-song traditions as well as archaic improvisation.

The group's roots go back to the music school Juvenalia in Espoo, southern Finland where all of the members have studied. Kardemimmit has played together for over ten years. This long history can be heard as a unique sound in both the group's singing and playing. As a kantele group Kardemimmit is a foregoer: in the year 2004 the Kantele Association chose the group as the kantele group of the year and the next year it won the national kantele group contest in its league. Kardemimmit was the group of the year in the Uusimaa-region in 2009 and 2010.


The group's debut album Viira was published in December 2006. The group can also be heard featuring on the 2008 album of the Finnish-Norwegian group Frigg (www.frigg.fi) called Economy Class. The second album of Kardemimmit came out during fall 2009. The album Kaisla features new folk music performed in a fresh and lively manner with vocals in an important role. Kaisla combines the sounds of the kantele and vocals in a unique way. The third album of Kardemimmit, Autio huvila, has just been released summer 2012!

At the moment Anna and Leeni study folk music pedagogy in the Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences, whereas Maija and Jutta study in the folk music department of the Sibelius Academy. Each studies with kantele as main instrument.


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