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3.73 | 22 ratings | 1 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Brand New Day (3:16)
2. Poem For Vandrare (5:42)
3. Didn't You Notice? (3:30)
4. Where There Is A Shadow There Is A Light (3:58)
5. Winds Of Autumn (6:26)
6. Terra Incognita (21:25)

Total Time: 44:17

Line-up / Musicians

- Dag Westling / acoustic guitar, vocals
- Gideon Andersson / bass, electric & acoustic guitars, piano, synth, percussion, arrangements & production
- Lena Andersson / timpani, tubular bells, glockenspiel, lead vocals
- Nina Andersson / wooden flute, vibes, vocals

- Björn J:son Lindh / flute
- Jonas Haltia / trumpets
- Martin Rosell / trombones
- Petter Karlsson / French horn
- Bo Öjebo / oboe
- Catherine Warburton / violin
- Anne Engström / violin
- Tina Lillieström / viola
- Mats Pettersson / cello, sequencer programming
- Niclas Weltman / cello
- Tomas Bergqvist / drums, marimba
- Magnus Fritz / snare drum
- Mats Jansson / piano (5,6)
- Björn Sahlin / sound samplings, sequencer programming
- Johan Belin / sequencer programming
- Dan Saxlid / sequencer programming
- The Hedvig Church Choir (6)
- African choir

Releases information

Artwork: Klas Ahlström

LP Heavenly Heights Records ‎- RP 2000 (1990, Sweden)

CD FMS ‎- FMS 2034 (1991, Europe)
CD Sireena Records - SIR 2123 (2016, Europe) Remastered by Marlon Klein

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TRIBUTE Terra Incognita ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(45%)
Good, but non-essential (36%)
Collectors/fans only (5%)
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)

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Review by silvertree
4 stars This album is very reminiscent of Mike Oldfield's instrumental music and atmosphere... but whithout the guitar... instead, you have a great variety of instruments such as a string quartet a brass section or even an African choir! Now that I write this, it makes me think of After Crying. The last track is extraordinary with a fantastic cello solo which you don't often get in progressive rock. It sort of makes imagine the landscapes you may find in Scandinavia. Most songs are sung in English except for Poem for Vandrare which is sung by the female leader in the same style as Oldfield's Maggie Reilly. This album is truly for all Oldfield fans, especially the Crises period.

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