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Heavyweights in the nordic folk music scene, Väsen are a Swedish group combining the talents of Olov Johansson (nyckelharpa), Mikael Marin (viola), Roger Tallroth (guitar) and André Ferrari (percussion). The band has also released a number of albums as a trio without Ferrari. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Born in Budapest in 1957, Márta Sebestyén has been an active member of the Hungarian folk music scene from a young age. Considered by some to be the best voice in Europe, she rose to stardom when her hauntingly beautiful Szerelem, Szerelem (Love, Love) was included in the score for the movie The English Patient. She is also well-known amongst the Hungarian folk music scene as the permanent guest/lead vocalist for the group Muzsikás. She has also recorded solo albums, including the worldly Kismet and the experimental Apocrypha.
Her own website is www.sebestyenmarta.hu
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There are at least two artists named Martin Hayes.
1) a fiddler
2) an electronic artist
Martin Hayes (born 1962) is a fiddler, born in Maghera (between Feakle and Tulla) in East County Clare, Ireland, and now living in West Hartford, Connecticut. He has been the All Ireland Fiddle Champion six times, and has won a National Entertainment Award, and the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2000 award for Instrumentalist of the Year. Hayes has recorded five albums – The Shores of Lough Graney with P. J. Hayes (his father) and Mark Gregory, his eponymous debut album (recorded with Randall Bays on guitar and Jim Chapman on the piano) Under the Moon (Steve Cooney on guitar - P. J. Hayes on fiddle - Randal Bays on guitar and fid...