ÅKE EGEVAD is a Swedish musician and instrument-builder. He is engaged by Musik i Syd, EMAP’s co-organiser in Sweden, to make around 200 replicas and type models of archaeological finds of sound instruments in Scandinavia. They will be used as hands-on instruments in the EMAP exhibition. He will also have workshops at the various EMAP exhibition venues. Åke Egevad, who lives near Kristianstad in Skåne, South Sweden, has collaborated with the Swedish music archaeologist Cajsa S. Lund for many years, both as musician and as reconstructor of archaeological finds of musical instruments and other sound tools, especially those made of bone, horn, wood, and leather. He is a pioneer in early Swedish bagpipes.
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