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Sattuma "Minä muistan ikuisesti"

kantelar Sattuma is a folk music quartet from Petrozavodsk in Russian Karelia. Is a family quartet based on the idea "from the fathers to the children" and also "from the children to the fathers". Arto Rinne (Toive, Myllärit, Santtu Karhu & Talvisovat, Karelian Folk Music Ensemble) and Dmitri "Dima" Demin (Kantele, Myllärit, Santtu Karhu & Talvisovat) have played together for years. Both have been central on the Petrozavodsk folk music scene for as many years. They have played their instruments, toured home and abroad performing, recording and spreading the Karelian ethno music in the world. Their children, Eila Rinne and Vladik Demin, grew up learning to play classic violin in the Petrozavodsk Conservatory youth studio. Every once in a while the children accompanied their fathers to the neighboring Finland and on Folklandia cruises. They carried their violins along and easily learned several traditional Finnish folk songs, which they performed as a duo. The program developed long and slowly, somewhere back in the mind, but came about by chance. Within a short time, it brought forth great results within the family circle as well as on stage. Sattuma concerts have been met with great enthusiasm in Russia, USA, and Finland.

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