Rättvik Hambo for Nyckelharpa


Haimo Fritsch
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The beautiful and small town Rättvik lies at the lake Siljan. Vidablik is situates high above where you can enjoy the late afternoon sun. Sometimes you can even watch vintage cars from up there. Or just playing nyckelharpa and drinking coffee. You’ll have to go away and think about it.

Rättvik Hambo is easy to play for Nyckelharpa, Viola or Violin. You can play it on and on and on … like a Mantra. Hambo is a traditional dance in Sweden as well in Europe and North America. Typically you play it with a strong accent on the first beat. The accompaniment should only represent a little help for the harmonies. If you use the tuning (high –> low) A D G C it is easy to play.

If you like to know how a nyckelharpa works you may watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npOrCFLRmU4

Score ID
Year of composition
Haimo Fritsch
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
Solo instrument (Solo Violin)
Folk music

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