Daniel & Mikael Tjernberg | Flight of the Raven

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Flight of the Raven

by Daniel & Mikael Tjernberg

Flight of the Raven is an exciting venture into the world of Norse mythology. Blending the tone, language, and instruments of classical-romantic music with more contemporary music genres, the result is a soulful and powerful sonic experience.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. The Fires of Muspelheim
5:47 album only
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2. Thundergod
4:21 album only
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3. Flight of the Raven
7:08 album only
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4. Ginnungagap
4:50 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The latest album from brothers Daniel and Mikael Tjernberg is an exciting venture into the world of Norse mythology. Blending the tone, language, and instruments of classical-romantic music with more contemporary music genres, the result is a soulful and powerful sonic experience.

“Flight of the Raven”, the first in a series of two EP’s centered around Norse mythology, showcases four of the brothers’ works in settings ranging from small ensembles to big romantic orchestras — from the intimate delicacy of Flight of the Raven, where the bird of the monocular god is sent out to surveil over the living and the dead, to the bombastic and epic of Thundergod, where Thor’s rage is set loose

CD Layout & Design by Daniel Tjernberg
Photography by Jan Halberg and Martin Tjernberg

"Flight of the Raven" is dedicated to Svarv 2002-2017

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