Facts The music on the album was originally composed as a soundtrack to the Butoh (舞踏) dance piece ''HANA-Three Bodies'' conceived and performed by choreographer/dancer Frauke. The composition, like the dance, is intended to depict HANA (meaning FLOWER in Japanese) as it manifests in the five elements: Air, Fire, Earth, Water and Void.HANA-Three Bodies (Original Soundtrack) is a largely electronic album, containing experimental and cinematic elements. The changes of shapes and colors is prominent in each scene with influences from a wide range of genres. Composed as a soundtrack to something, some musical parts are left blank, without melody or movement in order to leave space for the dance to take the leading role.Except the composition and production on this album - Josefin plays violin, viola, mandoline, mandola, harp, guitar, upright piano, synthesizers, base, drums, percussion and vocals. Josefin Runsteen is a Swedish multi-instrumentalist, producer, composer and arranger. She works in many different genres such as classical, jazz/avantgarde, pop, electronica and film music. In 2019 she won the Swedish National Radio's prestigious award "Jazzkatten" and has 2017 she was violin soloist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Stockholm at the Polar Music Prize ceremony. She has toured as a musician with artists like Damien Rice, Feist, Frank Ocean, Ane Brun, Håkan Hellström, Jens Lekman, Loney Dear etc.
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