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Calle Jularbo

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Name  Calle Jularbo
Role  Musical Artist
Died  February 13, 1966, Nacka

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Albums  Finnmarksvalsen - Jularbo-toppar 9, Jularbo-minnen
Similar People  Harry Brandelius, Ake Gronberg, Johnny Bode, Hilmer Borgeling, Anders Borje

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Carl Jularbo, well known as Calle Jularbo and born as Karl Karlsson (6 June 1893 - 13 February 1966) was the most famous Swedish accordionist of his time. He had a very distinct personal style, that has played a significant part in forming the Swedish accordion tradition. He was extremely productive, recording 1577 tunes and he won 158 accordion competitions. He maintained a large repertoire without being able to read music. His best known tune is Livet i Finnskogarna (roughly "Life in the Finn forests"), recorded in 1915. This song was the basis for the Les Paul and Mary Ford hit of 1951, "Mockin' Bird Hill".

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Jularbo is the name of his birthplace, which he later adopted as his name.

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  • Stig Nahlbom (1974), "Jularbo, Carl Oscar", Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, 20:458-460.

  • Calle Jularbo Roger Lindqvist

    References

    Calle Jularbo Wikipedia


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