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Norway's natural wonders, depicted in this album photo, were inspiration for the 19th-century violinist and composer Ole Bull. Jim Bengston/ECM Records hide caption

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A Mellow Ode To Ole Bull

The famed Norwegian composer-violinist has inspired a meditative tribute by two of his countrymen.

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The Afro-Cuban jazz pianist takes a serene approach on his new CD, Calma. David Sproule/Ota Records hide caption

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Tengiz Mirzashvili's winter landscape is the cover art for Giya Kancheli's Themes From The Songbook. Courtesy ECM records hide caption

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An unlikely combo: Cellist Vincent Segal and kora player Ballake Sissoko. Pierre Emmanuel Rastoin hide caption

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Janus members Amanda Baker (flute), Nuiko Wadden (harp) and Beth Meyers (viola). courtesy of the artists hide caption

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The free-spirited cellist Matt Haimovitz. Steph Mackinnon hide caption

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