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Ranarop : Call of the sea witch

Contains:
  • 1. Intro / Gjallarhorn
  • 2. The king and the enchantress / Gjallarhorn
  • 3. Master Olof / Gjallarhorn
Publisher:
Finlandia, 1998
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Sjofn

Contains:
  • 1. Suvetar / Gjallarhorn
  • 2. Tova och konungen / Gjallarhorn
  • 3. Dejelill och lagerman / Gjallarhorn
Publisher:
Ranar, 2000
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Grimborg

Contains:
  • 1. Konungadottrarna / Gjallarhorn
  • 2. Grimborg / Gjallarhorn
  • 3. Tora lille / Gjallarhorn
Publisher:
Frea, 2002
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Ranarop

Contains:
  • 1. Intro / Gjallarhorn
  • 2. Konungen och Trollkvinnan / Gjallarhorn
  • 3. Herr Olof / Gjallarhorn
Publisher:
Vindauga, 2003
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Rimfaxe

Contains:
  • 1. Rimfaxe / Gjallarhorn
  • 2. Kokkovirsi / Gjallarhorn
  • 3. Systrarna / Gjallarhorn
Publisher:
Westpark, 2006
CD

Dancing peregrina

Contains:
  • 1. Sambienta / PAmagieRa
  • 2. Buyí puyó / Los Gringos
  • 3. La cumbia del mole / Lila Downs
Publisher:
Peregrina, 2009
CD

Nu Europe

Contains:
  • 1. Te bie / Think of One
  • 2. Quien engana no gana / Ojos de Brujo
  • 3. Ladino song / Oi Va Voi
Publisher:
Manteca, 2009

Gjallarhorn on Wikipedia

In Norse mythology, Gjallarhorn (Old Norse: [ˈɡjalr̩horn], "hollering horn" or "the loud sounding horn") is a horn associated with the god Heimdallr and the wise being Mímir. Gjallarhorn is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional material, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.

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