Friday, October 16, 2009

Tenhi - Hallavedet

Tenhi is a Finnish band formed in 1996, playing melancholic, neofolk music. The word tenhi is an old Finnish word meaning a village elder, wise old man or seer. The music of Tenhi is minimalistic and dark. Usually, the rhythm instrument lines follow the customs of modern rock music. The melodical instruments and vocals are however very heavily folk-influenced. The basic instrumentation of the band consists of acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Frequent additional instruments include piano, violin, viola and flute and less frequent didgeridoo, mouth harp, harmonium, cello, udu and synthesizer.

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This is the first EP of this great Finnish band. Enjoy!

1. Hallavedet (The Glacial Waters)

2. Hiljaiseksi Lampi Jää (The Pond Stays Still)


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