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Jóhann G. Jóhannsson (4). Members: Nýja Kompaníið. órarinn Eldjárn & Jóhann G. Jóhannsson (4) - Best Að Borða Ljóð (CD, Album). Heimur hf. heimur 001. Iceland.
Jóhannsson, Jóhann G, Jóhann Jóhannsson. Jóhannsson - Best að borða ljóð (CD, Album).
órarinn Eldjárn (f. 1949) er rithöfundur. Nýjasta ljóðabókin mín, Vammfirring, situr nú í efsta sæti yfir mest seldu ljóðabækurnar síðustu viku hjá Penninn Eymundsson. Til að fagna því langar mig að birta hér eitt ljóð úr bókinni. órarinn Eldjárn updated their cover photo. 13 December 2018 ·. See all.
Jóhann Gunnar Jóhannsson (Icelandic pronunciation: ; 19 September 1969 – 9 February 2018) was an Icelandic composer who wrote music for a wide array of media including theatre, dance, television and films. His work is stylised by its blending of traditional orchestration with contemporary electronic elements. Jóhann released solo albums from 2002 onward. In 2016, he signed with Deutsche Grammophon, through which he released his last solo album, Orphée.
Jóhann Jóhannsson, who had a solo career as a genre-crossing composer. Sighvatur Ómar Kristinsson, who has collaborated with múm and released several solo singles as Músikvatur. lfur Eldjárn, who has composed a lot of music for theatre and TV series. orvaldur Gröndal, who has been the drummer of electronic-pop/rock band Trabant and The FuneralsApparat Organ Quartet was one of many Icelandic bands documented in Ari Alexander Ergis Magnússon's 2005 film Screaming Masterpiece (Gargandi Snilld in Icelandic). Englabörn is the first full length studio album by Icelandic musician Jóhann Jóhannsson, released by Touch Music in 2002. Music included on Englabörn was composed for a play by Hávar Sigurjónsson and was played by string quartet, percussionists and Jóhansson himself on several instruments.
órarinn Eldjárn (born 22 August 1949) is an Icelandic writer. He studied at Lund University and the University of Iceland. He has written numerous poems, stories, and novels. He has also translated numerous books into Icelandic, including Alice in Wonderland. His best-known work internationally is the novel Brotahöfuð ("The Blue Tower"), which was nominated for an IMPAC Dublin Literary Award in 2001. Locally he is well known and respected for his short stories (most often offering humorous social satire), and his equally humorous and witty poetry, such as his "Disney Rhymes" (1974) - The Walt Disney Story presented as an epic tale in the rímur fashion. In 2008, the Icelandic publishing house Vaka-Helgafell, released the entire collection of his poetry which instantly became a best seller
Jóhann G. Jóhannsson. Vocals, Bass, Composer.
Not that it can't be addressed, but that it's so constant and ongoing, a reflection in process as much as, or even more so, than product. Copenhagen Dreams is on the one hand "just" another album from the Icelandic-born, Copenhagen-based musician, again assisted in part by a series of regular musical collaborators and performers, with an emphasis on the gently experimental and beautifully mood-setting. The melody recurs in "The Song About the Hyacinths", one of several moments in the album where themes play out once more; in this case, Jóhannsson adds quickly plucked strings to not only distinguish the piece but to provide a crackling energy that further echoes elsewhere in the album.
|2||Grettir Og Glámur I|
|4||Völ Á Kvöl|
|9||Maðkur Og Maður|
|11||Maður Og Mús|
|13||Vont Og Gott|
|14||Sögull Og Þögull|
|16||Sonardilla / Föðurdilla|
|18||Kalt Er Í Kerfi|
|19||Draumur Frú Rósu|