Discography

Tamashī’ (魂, Jap. soul, being) is an album created for a dance theatre spectacle « Au fil du Nô et du Butô ». The album is inspired by a traditional Japanese ‘Noh’ recitation – the story of ‘Tamashi’ is that of a soul revisiting her mortal past.

The song is based on a traditional tune from Värmland in Sweden, and features a wide range of instruments – from quirky ones, such as stylophone, to unique and endemic, such as Säckpipa (Swedish bagpipe), hurdy-gurdy, Chinese bawu and more

Second single with Violina Juliusdotter – based on a tradiitonal Gotlandish tune. Feturing worldwide inspirations from Northern Europe up to Japan.
First single recorded with Violina Juliusdotter from the Swedish city of Visby in 2018. A truly international collaborative effort created between Baltic Sea and Melbourne, Australia.

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Appears on

Steczkowscy, "Królu Anielski" (2019)

bass duduk, whistle, bawu, lyre, keyboards

Polskie Radio
MaRLo & Piotr, "Magical" (2016)

hurdy-gurdy, co-production

Armada Music
Jeff Lang, "I Live A Lot In My Head These Days" (2014)

hurdy-gurdy on Pull Of The Drift

ABC Music