The original music of Norway is preserved through the efforts from the 11 music artists and five female vocalists who comprise Chateau Neuf Spelemannslag. With traditional Norwegian musical instruments, including fiddle, Hardanger fiddle, accordion, and Norwegian recorder, coupled with saxophone, clarinet, oboe, electrical bass, electric guitar, piano, and percussion, the group resurrects the musical spirits of Norway’s previous. Shaped in 1994 by music artists and performers whose prior knowledge included stints with traditional, rock and roll, jazz, and pop groupings, Chateau Neuf Spelemannslag continue steadily to find out traditional melodies by hearing and collectively workout intricate preparations. Their initial two albums, The Lovely Sunny North as well as the Lovely Sunny North, Vol. 2, had been made by Henry Kaiser and David Lindley. Their 1997 record, Tjuvgods, was reissued in america as Stolen Items. Chateau Neuf Spelemannslag performed their debut London present in the summertime of 1999.