Origin of Norway Track


wedroy1923

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Hello:

Does anyone know the origin of the 58.05 Norway Area Loop track? Who produced it? When was it produced? Is it an induction recording?

I am asking because I have reason to believe the loop actually starts at track #4: L?vdans P? Lyng.

Also, does anyone know how extensively this loop is currently used in the pavilion?

As always, any help is greatly appreciated.

wedroy1923
 

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Hello:

Does anyone know the origin of the 58.05 Norway Area Loop track? Who produced it? When was it produced? Is it an induction recording?

I am asking because I have reason to believe the loop actually starts at track #4: L?vdans P? Lyng.

Also, does anyone know how extensively this loop is currently used in the pavilion?

As always, any help is greatly appreciated.

wedroy1923
I have an idea on who made the recording and can try and verify this over the next few days. I haven't made my own recording of the Norway loop yet, although it's one of the easiest in World Showcase to record. THus, I cannot confirm what's playing today is the same as what you have, but I wouldn't think it's different. Are you asking where it plays?
 

wedroy1923

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I have an idea on who made the recording and can try and verify this over the next few days. I haven't made my own recording of the Norway loop yet, although it's one of the easiest in World Showcase to record. THus, I cannot confirm what's playing today is the same as what you have, but I wouldn't think it's different. Are you asking where it plays?
Yes, I am curious about where it currently plays. I am asking based on information you provided earlier regarding music in The Puffin's Roost, which was obviously a loop added later to the pavilion.

Thanks,
wedroy1923
 

X-S Tech

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Not sure if this will be helpful or not, but here's the Norway info I have:

Norway
Promenade, Restaurant, and Bakery
Part I
"A Vesle Kari Var" (Oh Our Little Kari) "Gammel Polsdans" (Old Pols Dance)
- The pols dance is a traditional folk dance
- Traditional arrangement by Geir E. Larsen "I Himmelen" (In Heaven)
- Composed by Sigmund Groven "Lavdans Pa Lyng" (Barn Dance on The Heather)
- By Geir E. Larsen "Leken Hass Ola Elven" (The Game of Ola Elven)
- Traditional arrangement by Sven Nyhus "Ormbergstolen, Reinlender Etter Johannes
- Ormbergstol" Reinlender is a folk dance
- Ormbergstol?s Reinlender as interpreted by Johannes Ormbergstol "Polka I Tradisjonell" (Traditional Polka) "Polkett" (Little Polka)
- By Geir E. Larsen "Sorensens Vals, Etter Olaf Sorli"
- Sorensen?s Waltz as interpreted by Olaf Sorli "Springdans" (Leap Dance) "Vetlikulaten" (no translation)
- By E. Storbekken
These songs were obtained from pre-recorded albums.

PART II
"A Kjore Vatn" (Hauling Water) "Bruremarsj I Form Etter Ola Molokken"
- The Brides March as interpreted by Ola Molokken "Hor En Enkel Vuggesang"
- (Listen to a Simple Lullaby)
- By Reidar Thommessen "Ingfrids Polka" (Ingfrid?s Polka)
- By Sven Nyhus "Inndalspols I F" (Inland Valley Pols in F)
- Traditional arrangement by Geir E. Larsen "Martins Vals, Etter Martin Halveg"
- Martin?s Waltz as interpreted by Martin Halveg "Otto Fjetrebakkens Foxtrot"
- (Otto Fjetrebakken?s Foxtrot)
- Traditional arrangement by Olav Saeta and Atle Lien Jenssen "Polka Etter Sigurd Biloygard"
- Polka as interpreted by Sigurd Biloygard "Polkett/ril Etter Eiolf Berg"
- Little Polka as interpreted by Eiolf Berg "Polsdans I C" (Pols Dance in C) "Reinlendar Etter Lars Haugtredet"
- Reinlendar as interpreted by Lars Haugtredet "Spelemannsreinlender I Tradisjon Etter Olav Sperle Og Sjur Hesjevoll"
- Reinlender is a traditional folk dance
- The Fiddler?s Reinlender in the tradition of Olav Sperle and Sjur Hesjevoll "Sumartrall" (Summer Song)
- By E. Storbekken

Maelstrom Queue Area Music
PART I
"Fossegrimen, Fanitullen" (no translation)
- (a fossegrimen is a mythological creature, troll- or fairy-like, associated with waterfalls)
- By Johan Halvorsen "Maskarade Suite" (Masquerade Suite)
- By Johan Halvorsen "Norsk Dans" (Norwegian Dance)
- By Reidar Thommessen "Norske Fjelltoner" (Norwegian Mountain Tunes)
- By E. Storbekken "Rorosingen" (From Roros)
By Sven Nyhus "Smorligraen, Springleik"
- (no translation, this is a type of folk dance) "Telemarkssommar" (Summer in Telemark)
- Composed by Sigmund Groven

PART II
"Borddans" (The Table Dance) "Fakkeldans" (The Torch Dance)
- Composed by Rikard Nordraak "Fiskartrall" (Chant of the Fisherman)
- By E. Storbekken "Fossegrimen" (see previous description)
- By Johan Halvorsen "Maskarade Suite, Molinasque"
- (Masquerade Suite)
- By Johan Halvorsen "Prinsesse Maigull" (Princess Marigold)
- Composed by Sigmund Groven "Purpose" "Vals Fra Ottadalen Etter Lars Haugtredet"
- Waltz from Ottadalen as interpreted
- by Lars Haugtredet
 

almandot

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no listing for the talking at the end of the maelstrom ride coming from that building's basement? useless!
 

wedroy1923

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Not sure if this will be helpful or not, but here's the Norway info I have:
Thanks, X-S Tech, for the response, but unfortunately this is information I already have.

The reason I am asking the question is this: I've been able to ID half of the tracks in the normal / exterior version of the Norway loop running 58.05. What I have discovered is that the Part I and Part II division seems to hold in what I've IDed so far, meaning, the eleven songs of Part I appear together (not in alphabetical order, mind you) and then the thirteen songs of Part II appear.

Based on this information, I believe the loop starts with track #4 in the 58.05 loop. However, I am looking for confirmation about the origins of the 58.05 loop: is it induction (I think so), is it a poor quality source recording (i.e. from a reel tape)?
 

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To add to the mystery, I finally got around to making my own recording of the Norway loop and it only runs 47:18. I haven't been able to connect with the person who I think made the 58m recording, to confirm the location where this particular recording was made.
 

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As of today, the exterior music and the Maelstrom queue loop are identical and, in fact, are in synch with each other. Wedroy1923 found a few youtube clibs and it appears the old exterior loop was playing at least in 2006, while the new loop was playing at least since last year.
 

wedroy1923

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As of today, the exterior music and the Maelstrom queue loop are identical and, in fact, are in synch with each other. Wedroy1923 found a few youtube clibs and it appears the old exterior loop was playing at least in 2006, while the new loop was playing at least since last year.

Thanks for the update!
 

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There's also a 15-20 minute loop that is different than the queue loop that plays once you unload the boat and wait to enter the theater to watch The Spirit of Norway. Next time I'm at EPCOT, I'm going to make a full recording (I only recorded for approximately 3 minutes last weekend).

Kringla Bakeri og Cafe was silent. I believe the exterior music loop played here in the past. Likewise, the Puffin's Roost/The Fjording was silent as well.
 

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