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With her feet firmly rooted in the acting and singing tradition of Älvdalen, Lena Willemark has long been winning over folk-music audiences both in Sweden and in the international scene. She is a trendsetter and a source of inspiration for the new generation of Swedish folk-singers, and a veteran in the world of folk-music. She is also a well-known player of the Härjedal flute, a national folk-musician and a composer. She appears with some of Sweden’s most successful folk-music groups such as Frifot with Per Gudmundson and Ale Möller, and ethno-jazz group Enteli with Jonas Knutsson, Bengt Berger and others. There have been many recordings over the years, both as a solo artist and with her own band, as well as in other collaborations. Her first disc was entitled När som gräset det vajar (1989, Amigo) and has become a true classic. For Älvdalens Elektriska (2006, Digi), she returns to her passion: songs from Älvdalen.

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