Jehovas vinter LP, 2019

Hornorkesterets first studio album offers unique and intriguing instrumental avant-folk from Norway performed on stringed and bowed reindeer antlers and percussion. Active since 1999, for this album, Hornorkesteret have toned down their free-form improv and texture explorations and honed in on a primitive groove on original tunes written by the group. Every tone is played on our custom-constructed and amped up reindeer
antlers accompanied by percussion like timpani, roto toms, bells, logs and rocks. The album is
released on 140g black vinyl and 180g limited white vinyl and distributed by Diger distro in
Norway and digitally.

«It sounds like the music of some strange, lost civilization:”
Samuel Andreyev, composer and musicologist

«…very strange, very disturbing, and very cool.»

«Arctic hunger and depression has mutated into a moss-grown, heathen ur-funk»
Lasse Marhaug

«Maybe there is a touch of gothic to it, a folk noir element, but none of that was much in perhaps in
the way of the end result. A most unlikely record to be liked by me, and yet I do like it very much.“

Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly

Available through most streaming services.

Fjær og Jern

Fjær og Jern CD, 2011

A CD anthology of the groups first ten years together, covering ice cold ambiences, eerie overtones, wild freakouts, and folk song.
Digipack 20 page booklet with essays, pictures and extensive notes for each song on the album.
Available through most streaming services.


Elegi for Roald Amundsen CDR 2008

Released in memory of Roald Amundsen. Voice from Nansens speech in his memory. Contains studio and live versions of the title track, and two tracks from the Amundsen song cycle, “Mot Sydpolen” and “Mandolin under et vindu”.

Nanook CD, 2004

Live soundtrack to the classic silent documentary. “Nanook of the North” (1922).

The Marhaug/Bøe Expeditions MC, 2001


Live at the Trondheim Museum of Art in May 2000 with Lasse Marhaug and Tore Honoré Bøe, one guest on each side of the tape.



Coffee CDR, 2000

A single with edits from a live set with coffee percolator at Galleri Koncentrat, Trondheim. Live sound mix and edit by Tore Honoré Bøe. This is the legendary concert performance described by Marius Lien in the liner notes to Fjær og jern.