About released music… credits, background and extras.
Please, select an album for more info:
* Sjöbloms brudvals *
* Svävar *
* Marimba Music *
* Önskelistan *
* En Mantrameditation *
* Music for Virpi Pahkinen *
* Drumcall Studio *


Sjöbloms brudvals

”Sjöbloms brudvals” (Sjöblom’s bridal waltz) was written by Jonas for the wedding party of Jonas’s daughter and son-in-law. Recorded in June 2023

Photo by Tove Stens

”Sjöbloms brudvals” is available as sheet music in pdf:
Sjöbloms brudvals.pdf

* Jonas Sjöblom: Flutes, djembe, percussion and organ.

* Josef Sjöblom: Guitar and accordion

* Elias Sjöblom: Mastering

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Meditation pop? The lyrics are in Swedish and ”Svävar” (soar) is about to allow yourself stop time for a while…
…and the music is reflecting the lyrics.

…Apple Music, Deezer, YouTubei
Cover Art by @kuvertklotter

”Hur viktigt är det att stanna, …upp en stund?”

* Jonas Sjöblom: Vocals and all instruments (except bass)

* Sven Lindvall: Spring reverb bass

* The instruments played and recorded by Jonas on the track are: Vibraphone, tin whistle flute, keyboard, guitars, congas, maracas, shaker, tambourine and drums.

* Elias Sjöblom: Vokalproducer, mix and mastering.

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Marimba Music

…is marimba music written by Jonas Sjöblom for his solo concert performances . Two pieces: ”A Beautiful Beginning” and ”After”. Recorded on and for an 4 octave rosewood Yamaha marimba from the 70’ies and with a soft mastering and volume level.

…Apple Music, Deezer, YouTube
Cover Art: Jonas Sjöblom

* Jonas Sjöblom: Marimba

* Recorded by Jonas Sjöblom

* Mix and Mastring by Elias Sjöblom

”A beautiful beginning” and After are both available as sheet music in pdf.
A beautiful beginning.pdf

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The lyrics to this song is written inspired by a birthday wish list and the music is written on/for the marimba but can be played with your favorit instrument…

Lyrics by Petra Valman
Music by Jonas Sjöblom

Cover Art: Edit Valman

* Petra Valman: Voice

* Jonas Sjöblom: Marimba

* Recorded and produced by Jonas Sjöblom

* Mastring: Elias Sjöblom

Sheet music

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En MantraMeditation

This song is written for a web course in everyday meditation. The music and lyrics are created with the least possible resistance.
More info about the course at ”Ewa Life Academy”

Music & Lyrics by Jonas Sjöblom

Cover Art by @kuvertklotter

* Ewa Wigenheim: Voice

* Jonas Sjöblom: Voice, Bansuriflute, Tablas, Vibraphone, Marimba…
…and all other instruments

* Recorded and produced by Jonas Sjöblom

* Mastring: Josef Sjöblom

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”Music for Virpi Pahkinen”

This album is music written for the finnish choreographer and solo dancer Virpi Pahkinen.
Chosen tracks from the performances ”Sagittarius A” (2009) , ”Aajej”(2010) and ”Deep Time” (2017)

1 Bat Techno (From Virpi Pahkinen´s danceproduction ”Deep Time”)
* Voice By Tua Dominique * * Mastring: Elias Sjöblom * *

2 Desert Flower (Sagittarius A)

3 Rhythmic Spirals (Sagittarius A)

4 Far Away (Sagittarius A)

5 Tankers in the Night (Sagittarius A)

6 White Wind (Aajej)

Music by Jonas Sjöblom

Photo: Marita Liulia

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”Drumcall Studio”

Lyrics and music by Jonas Sjöblom

”Stockholm Marathon”
Nicolina Rask: BackingVocals
Jonas Sjöblom: LeadVocal and all instruments.

”En löpares dagbok”
Olle Linder: Double bass
Jonas Sjöblom LeadVocals and all other instruments

Mattias Torell: Wha-Wha-Guitar
Sven Lindvall: Bass
Jonas Sjöblom: LeadVocals and all other instruments

Sven Lindvall: Basses
Jonas Sjöblom: Vocals and all other instruments

”Etude No.1 (For a Very Large Flute)”
Jonas Sjöblom: Indian Bansuri Flute and all other instruments

”På Väg” illustration by Jonas Sjöblom
..more about ”Drumcall Studio”

The first songs on the ”Drumcall Studio” album, ”Stockholm Marathon” and ”En löpares dagbok”, are songs inspired by training for the Stockholm Marathon and the race itself. I wrote ”En löpares dagbok” as a coach on a training camp in Portugal. accompanying myself on ukulele. Back home, I made a recording just for fun, adding instruments and vocals. Both songs are in tempo 180 bpm, a good tempo for running. If you like to run with music in your ears, please try them! 🙂

The songs ”History” and ”Happiness” are songs and poems that have been with me for a while and are close to my heart.

”Etude no.1 (For a Very Large Flute)” is a song that I wrote after one of my journeys to India where I bought a large bansuri flute. Nice warm sound.

I hope you will have as nice time listening to the songs
as I had making them. /Jonas

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