A best selling collection of Icelandic folksongs. Outstanding singers and musicians. Beautiful ballads, vigor and humor - Quintsongs and "Rímur" in the old Viking-fashion. The Icelandic National Anthem. Guests at a typical Icelandic get-together are bound to hear the natives sing these songs recorded here on Vikivaki.
Icelandic Folksongs (Cass, Album). Vikivaki (2). Icelandic Folksongs (Songs From The Saga Island) (CD, Album).
Album : Vikivaki Icelandic Folksongs Track name : Visur Vatnsenda-Rosu Track name/Position : 4 Performer : Vikivaki. Album : Vikivaki Icelandic Folksongs Track name : Sofðu unga ástin mín Track name/Position : 7 Performer : Vikivaki. Album : Vikivaki Icelandic Folksongs Track name : Þorraþræll Track name/Position : 8 Performer : Vikivaki. Album : Vikivaki Icelandic Folksongs Track name : Suðurnesjamenn Track name/Position : 10 Performer : Vikivaki. Album : Vikivaki Icelandic Folksongs Track name : Bí, bí og blaka Track name/Position : 11 Performer : Vikivaki.
Icelandic folk music includes a number of styles that are together a prominent part of the music of Iceland. When speaking of traditional Icelandic vocal music, there are two prominent vocal performance styles, one using the term kveða and the other syngja. The first is a performance practice referred to as kveðskapur or kvæðaskapur. Kveðskapur is also the generic Icelandic term for poetry. The term syngja translates as to sing.
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Icelandic music has a very WIDE tradition. With some songs still sung today dating from 14th century. Folk songs are often about love, sailors, masculinity, hard winters, as well as elves, trolls and other mythological creatures, and tend to be quite secular and often humorous. Bjarni Þorsteinsson collected Icelandic folk music between 1906 and 1909, and any of the songs he encountered were accompanied by traditional instruments like the langspil and fiðla, which are among the few musical instruments traditionally played in Iceland.
Vikivaki (Sveinbjörnsson, Sveinbjörn). Two Icelandic Folksongs transcribed for Pianoforte. Sveinbjörnsson, Sveinbjörn.
|A3||Sá Ég Spóa / Dýravísur||1:43|
Arranged By [Music] – Jón ÁsgeirssonLyrics By [Uncredited] – Rósa Guðmundsdóttir
|A7||Sofðu Unga Ástin Mín||4:05|
|A9||Ísland Farsælda Frón||1:07|
|B2||Bí, Bí Og Blaka||3:28|
|B5||Myndir Frá Íslandi||4:11|
|B6||Ó, Min Flaskan Fríða||1:01|
|B7||Björt Mey Og Hrein||1:23|
|NMCD001||Vikivaki||Icelandic Folksongs (Songs From The Saga Island) (CD, Album)||Nýmæli||NMCD001||Iceland||Unknown|