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Triakel
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Sweden
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Triakel is a Swedish folk group consisting of Emma Härdelin (violin, vocals), Janne Strömstedt (harmonium), and Kjell-Erik Eriksson (violin), with occasional guests on various instruments. Härdelin is also in the electric/electronic band Garmarna; Strömstedt and Eriksson are members of folk-punkers Hoven Droven, but Triakel is strictly acoustic.
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http://triakel.se
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Releases on file (6)
Triakel — Thyra Triakel — Thyra
(Westpark WP 87268, 2014, CD)
Triakel — Ulrikas Minne: Visor från Frostviken Triakel — Ulrikas Minne: Visor från Frostviken
(Westpark WP 87204, 2011, CD)
Triakel — Sånger från 63°N Triakel — Sånger från 63°N
(NorthSide NSD6081, 2004, CD)
Triakel — Vintorvisor (Wintersongs) Triakel — Vintorvisor (Wintersongs)
(NorthSide NSD6061, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots Various Artists — Nordic Roots
(NorthSide NSD6016, 1998, CD)
Triakel — Triakel Triakel — Triakel
(Westpark WP87060, 1998, CD)

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