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February 4, 2016

Instrumental Stream: Josefine and Trine Opsahl-Ladybirds and Butterflies

Josefine and Trine Opsahl have released a new recording titled Unbroken Dreams.

The featured track and the focus is "Ladybirds and Butterflies."

The music is instrumental but very colorful and moving. The Celtic harp and Cello combine for an excellent blend of classical and new age.

Once you listen it will not be difficult to imagine the ladybirds and butterflies flitting about in your minds eye. This is as picturesque and elegant as music can get and the two ladies paint a beautiful picture with the sounds of their instruments.

Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck


More About Trine & Josefine:

Please visit Trine’s Websites: http://trineopsahl.com / www.opsahl.dk 

Trine just released a brand new album together with cellist Josefine Opsahl. Trine and Josefine Opsahl’s latest album, Unbroken Dreams is a string of 13 beautiful, melodic and uplifting pieces, all composed by Trine, with lively and innovative cello voices by Josefine. The music moves with references to Nordic-Celtic folk music between classical music and folk, between world and playful improvisation, resulting in a unique and contemporary expression.

Josefine Opsahl studies cello at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a versatile, classical cellist with a flair for folk music and avant-garde. She plays with the progressive folk band Kottos and is part of the groundbreaking sound collective We like We, who appeared at this year’s Roskilde Festival. Read more on her home page. Trine and Josefine are mother and daughter.

The album has been recorded in the Concert Hall at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen and mixed and mastered by Tonmeister Franziska Wackerhagen.

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