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Christine Hals


  1. 1.
    I elven finnes alt
  2. 2.
    Vis deg frem - Lisa Stokke,
  3. 3.
    Calling The Aurora (Northern Lights Kulning)
From herding goats in the Norwegian mountains to becoming a featured soloist in Disney's Frozen. There are many Hollywood stories out there, but Christine's must be one of the more peculiar ones.
Christine developed her unique singing technique while herding goats in the majestic Norwegian mountains as a young girl. 16 years later she is calling the snow with the whole world as an audience in Disney’s Frozen. As the inner voice of Queen Elsa she got to express her lifelong love and passion for snow. And as the Norse lyricist in Frozen's coronation scene she got to praise the Norwegian nature which has been her biggest source for creative inspiration.
Her voice and Nordic sound has also been used in the multimillion dollar franchise by Riot Games - League of Legends - in the wintery world of Freljord where she sings in ancient Freljordian.

Christine’s characteristic sound, Scandinavian herd calling, in Swedish called kulning, is the icing on several of her tracks and Calling the Aurora is a call for the Northern Lights of Norway, the Aurora Borealis and the song could translate to Calling the Lights. She came up with the melody one night she wanted the lights to appear and later wrote an orchestral piece around it. The song has a music video filmed by Norway’s own Northern Lights photographer Ole Salomonsen on YouTube with over 100k views. Christine got frostbite in her fingers for the shoot. The lights appeared after almost 2 hours in a frozen mountain river.


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