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Under this headline I should like to collect links and descriptions of spots which offer a speciel experience of life acoustics in the Nordic countries - Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,  Åland, Greenland and Faroe Islands .
The logo refers to the 'Five Nordic Swans' a concept which saw daylight and was specially nourished immediately after WWII.
... and of course the swans also have their special contribtions to the world when it comes to sound!

NB!
All these acoustic 'power spots' can be found indicated with markers on the 'Sound and Resonance... Map' at the root group, the texts and some of the links are also visible there by clicking on the markers.

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I have only seen the place from air perspective in Google Maps, but it certainly looks like the very same church! I don't know about Nils Landgrens album.
Birgitte Grimstad 's CD Love is a Flow seems to be a wonderful overtone singing recording ... I am really impressed by the beginning of this CD.
OMN member Max Brumberg has recently uploaded a video of his own Fujara playing in Tegners Museum. Find it at this link!
TELEBORG WATER TOWER (THE ECHO TEMPLE) NEAR VÄXJÖ, SWEDEN
The cylindrical water tank which has a volume of 4500 cubic meters has a concave bottom - seen from the inside that is. So when you stand outside underneath the construction which is supported by columns it is vice versa: the shape is convex - so actually it is like being under a cupolla. The 'echo temple' which has become a famous site and tourist attraction has peculiar acoustic characteristics, one of them being a countable echo, where you may detect 20 distinct echoes in succession.
Bredevang Cisterne, Hillerød, Denmark
https://sites.google.com/site/bredevangcisterne/


A small water reservoir with beautiful acoustics.


A natural amphitheater of the Nordic kind. It doesn't exactly invite for the more subtle sound nuances, so herding calls (kulning) etc. is a more fertile point to start.
The performers in the video are Ole Kaimer, didgeridoo and Skye Løfvander, vocals.

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