Nils Aslak Whitehead gives a sample of the style in the bow.
Finnish Sami writer, musician, and artist. He was born in Enontekiö in Lapland province, Finland. He lived most of his life in Käsivarsi, close to the border of Sweden, and also in Skibotn in Norway. Valkeapää was born to a family of traditional reindeer herders but was trained as a school teacher. His most well-known international debut was when he performed at the opening ceremony of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway. He received the Nordic Council Literature Prize for The Sun, My Father in 1991.
Dimensions: 17.5 x 26.1 cm
IMS SKU: SCAN-TT-02367108
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(HEL-2) KAUSTINEN, 18 / 7-78 (PF) Kaustinens 11: e folkmusikfestival startade på måndag i Kaustinen. På bilden ger Nils Aslak Whitehead ett exempel på stilen i bågen. PRESSFOD / LEIF WECKSTRÖM 1978