Extremely limited vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket including booklet insert. 1996 album from the Norwegian black/experimental outfit. Sophomore album, Kveldssanger, the second part of what has become known as Ulver's Black Metal Trilogie, sees the band expand on the quiet, folk-like acoustic elements present in debut album, Bergtatt, for their second album Kveldssanger. Incorporating classical guitars, cello and choral chamber chants overlaid with subtle orchestral landscapes - eschewing the black metal elements - the album was a drastic contrast to Bergtatt, whilst still retaining the atmospheric and folk themes. Vocalist Rygg has since remarked that Kveldssanger was an "immature attempt at making a classical album", later adding that the performance was immature, yet the content is strong when their youth at the time is taken into account. The album was praised for it's atmosphere, evoking a feeling of quiet, eerie solitude.
I: Ãstenfor Sol Og Vestenfor Maane [East of the Sunne and West of the Moone]
II: Ord [Wordes]
III: HÃ¸ifjeldsbillde [The Mountainetops]
IV: Nattleite [Nighte Time]
V: Kveldssang [Twilight Song]
VI: Naturmystikk [Naturall Mystick]
VII: A Capella (Sielens Sang) [A Cappella (Song of the Soule)]
VIII: Hiertets Vee [The Heart's Woe]
IX: KL'DT I Nattens Farver [Cladde in Colours of the Nighte]
X: Halling [Halling]
XI: Utreise [Exodus]
XII: SÃFN-ÃR Paa Alfers Lund [Drowsieness on Fairie Mound]
XIII: Ulvsblakk [Wolfsgray]
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.