|2||Amen-Amen, The Tower In The South|
|3||Heygar Og Dreygar|
|6||Vojavoja, The Tower In The East|
|18||Rok, The Tower In The North|
|23||Hojahå, The Tower In The West|
|24||The Four Towers|
- Artwork [Cover Collage By] – William Heinesen
- Bass – Anders Jormin (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Bass, Percussion – Anders Jormin (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Choir – Fróði Sandoy (tracks: 7 to 9), Jens Brückner (tracks: 7 to 9), Joanna Johansen (tracks: 7 to 9), Tine Hammerlund (tracks: 7 to 9)
- Composed By – Kristian Blak
- Crumhorn – Sharon Weiss (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Directed By [Choir In "Amen-Amen" Directed By] – Sunleif Rasmussen (tracks: 7 to 9)
- Drums – Karin Korpelainen (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Drums, Percussion – Karin Korpelainen (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Ole Chr. Hansen (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Engineer [Sound Engineers] – Jóhannus á Rógvu Joensen (tracks: 1 to 12), Milson Zachariasen (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Flute, Recorder, Flute [Pan Flute] – Ernst Dalsgarð (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Anders Hagberg (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Guitar – Lennart Kullgren
- Layout [Layout By] – Gramar Pf.
- Mastered By [Digitally Mastered By] – Charlie Pilzer
- Mixed By [Recorded Sounds Of Wind, Wolves And From Bird Cliffs Mixed By] – Kristian Blak (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Piano – Kristian Blak (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Piano, Ocarina [Double Ocarina] – Kristian Blak (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Recorded By [Sea, Water, Falling Stones And Wind Recorded In The Faroe Islands By] – Helgi Jacobsen (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Ocarina [Double Ocarina], Percussion, Voice – John Tchicai (tracks: 13 to 19)
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – John Tchicai (tracks: 1 to 12)
This CD includes two suites:
The Four Towers (De Fire Tårne) © 1985.
Recorded at LT Studio, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands, June 1985.
Composed in 1985 for the Icelandic National Ballet, Reykjavik and staged in 1989 by this company in the Faroe Islands with live music by Yggdrasil.
The composition was inspired by the poem "Barnetegning" (Child's Drawing) © 1972 by William Heinesen.
Heygar Og Greygar (Howes And Trowes) © 1983.
Recorded at Sound Track Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 1983.
Digitally mastered 1997 at Airshow, Springfield, Virginia, USA.
Manufactured in Germany (printed on rear cover and disc).
Tracks 1 to 12: Jazz suite composed by Kristian Blak © 1985
Tracks 13 to 19: Jazz suite inspired by Faroese folklore composed by Kristian Blak © 1983 (printed inside the cover artwork).
℗ 1997 (printed on disc).
Subtitle "Two Suites By Kristian Blak" printed on cover artwork.
Catalog number HJF 19/15 CD printed on rear cover and spine.
Catalog number HJF 19/15 printed inside the cover artwork and disc.
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS T-7656/ HJF19/15 B
- Rights Society: n©b
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L022
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0788
- Distributed By – Plátufelagið Tutl
- Manufactured By – Sonopress – T-7656
- Recorded At – LT Studio, Tórshavn
- Recorded At – Sound Track Studio
- Mastered At – Airshow Mastering, Springfield, VA