About this course

Josefina Paulson is back with her advanced Nyckelharpa course. In this course, she will teach you traditional tunes from Uppland, where the tradition of playing this wonderful instrument is most deeply rooted. She will also introduce some not-so-well-known tunes from the neighboring county of Västmanland, which she found in the archives and has brought back to life.

The course includes polskas, waltzes, and a wedding march. It is taught on a modern three-rowed harp tuned in C.

Grab your Nyckelharpa and join us if you want to learn these fantastic tunes!

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About the Nyckelharpa

This traditional stringed instrument has been an integral part of Sweden's folk culture for centuries, with its origins dating back to the 14th century. With a unique and instantly recognizable sound, the Nyckelharpa has evolved into a symbol of Swedish heritage. Played with a bow like a violin, but with keys that are pressed to change the pitch of the strings, the Nyckelharpa is a fusion of traditional and modern music-making. Today, musicians around the world are captivated by its distinct and beautiful sound, making it a must-have instrument for any music lover.
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