Bouzouki / Cittern

In 2008-2011 Ale studied Swedish folk music at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm.; His cittern is custom built by  Christen Adin, Grebbestad 2007. Since 2011 he teaches folk music at the School of Music in Malmo. Ale has been named after the Swedish folk musician Ale Moller.

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A Bouzouki Player 

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I believe the performer in the following clips is the Dutch player Tijn Berends

This is ITCHY FINGERS – I love the drive and the transitions form tune to tune.

and now a Swedish Polska

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MORRISON’S JIG – BOUZOUKI TUNED ADAD. I suspect this player is from Brittany and the Bouzouki bass strings are not tuned in octaves

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Tutorial – Bouzouki tuned GDAD

Bouzouki tuned GDAd

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