The guitar has seldom been heard as a melody instrument in Swedish folk music, but Olle Lindvall has changed that. In his hands it sounds as if crooked Orsa polskas were always played on the guitar. His debut album contains his own compositions and traditional tunes, mostly from around his home in northern Dalarna. Apart from guitar, he also plays some tunes on the Härjedalspipa, a wooden whistle with blue notes. If you thought you knew what Swedish folk music sounds like, Olles album will give you a new idea.