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Bakhlið

Gerð SG - 035
Flytjandi Savanna tríóið
Gefin út 1971
Tónlistarstefna Þjóðlög
Útgáfufyrirtæki SG - hljómplötur

Savanna tríóið - more folksongs from Iceland er 33 snúninga LP hljómplata gefin út af SG - hljómplötum árið 1971. Plötuumslag gerði Björn Björnsson.

Lagalisti[breyta | breyta frumkóða]

  1. Þorraþræll - Lag - texti: Íslenskt þjóðlag - Kristján Jónsson
  2. Jarðarfarardagur - Lag - texti: Þórir Baldursson - Sigurður Þórarinsson
  3. Sumri hallar - Lag - texti: Íslenskt þjóðlag og þjóðvísa
  4. Eiríkur formaður - Lag - texti: Þórir Baldursson - Grímur Thomsen
  5. Sofðu unga ástin mín - Lag - texti: Íslenskt þjóðlag leikið á langspil
  6. Búðarvísur - Lag - texti: Emil Thoroddsen - Jón Thoroddsen
  7. Góða veislu gjöra skal - Lag - texti: Íslenskt þjóðlag og þjóðvísa
  8. Brúðarskórnir - Lag - texti: Þórir Baldursson - Davíð Stefánsson Hljóðdæmi 
  9. Það á að gefa börnum brauð - Lag - texti: Jórunn Viðar - Þjóðvísa
  10. Á Dökkumiðum - Lag - texti: Þórir Baldursson - Davíð Stefánsson
  11. Karl og kerling - Lag - texti: Íslenskt þjóðlag og þjóðvísa
  12. Hvurnin ætlarðu að fæða mig? - Lag - texti: Þórir Baldursson — Þjóðvísa

Textabrot af bakhlið plötuumslags[breyta | breyta frumkóða]

No Icelandic gramophone record has found its way to so many parts of the world as the first record made by the Savanna Trio, "Folk Songs from Iceland". It contains twelve Icelandic folk songs and ballads, some of them almost 400 years old, which led to overseas tours for the Savanna Trio throughout Europe and America where they rendered the old Icelandic songs to grateful and enthusiastic audiences.

This new record presents the Savanna Trio in another highly successful programme of Icelandic folk songs and airs to Icelandic ballads. For the benefit of the many overseas tourists who visit Iceland and wish to take back with them a souvenir or two of something truly Icelandic, all the words are printed on the inside of the sleeve. There are also some notes in English on their subject matter. This second record by the Savanna Trio, "More Folk Songs from Iceland", will be received with as much enthusiasm and acclaim as their first record. The Savanna Trio consists of three young men: Thorir Baldursson, who has arranged all the music, Björn Björnsson and Troels Bendtsen. They began singing together when they were still at school, making their debut in publich at the Annual Festival of the Commercial College of Iceland eight years ago. They soon became professional entertainers who were in great demand, appearing in many parts of the world. Most of the time they have been accompanied on the bass by Gunnar Sigurdsson, who assists them in most of the songs on this record.