Video: Video: 11th Century Icelandic Hymn in a German Train Station

Facebook us: http://facebook.com/arstidir DOWNLOAD EVEN MORE MP3s http://goo.gl/M8xQPG Buy sheet music: http://goo.gl/CIBl9V iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/svefns-og-voku-skil/id479544276 Singing the 13th century Icelandic hymn "Heyr himna smiður" at the train station in Wuppertal, Germany. Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Svefns-og-v%C3%B6ku-skil/dp/B0064XWV5O Amazon.de: http://www.amazon.de/Svefns-Og-V%C3%B6ku-Skil-Arstidir/dp/B006XABJWE Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Arstidir_Svefns_og_v%C3%B6ku_sil?id=Bqktyslxxl35ck7jrilclfp2zqy "Heyr, himna smiður" was written by Kolbeinn Tumason in 1208. The music was composed in the 1970s by Þorkell Sigurbjörnsson (1938-2013), one of Iceland's foremost contemporary composers. Germany, September 15, 2013 http://arstidir.com Lyrics: Heyr, himna smiður, hvers skáldið biður. Komi mjúk til mín miskunnin þín. Því heit eg á þig, þú hefur skaptan mig. Eg er þrællinn þinn, þú ert drottinn minn. Guð, heit eg á þig, að þú græðir mig. Minnst þú, mildingur, mín, mest þurfum þín. Ryð þú, röðla gramur, ríklyndur og framur, hölds hverri sorg úr hjartaborg. Gæt þú, mildingur, mín, mest þurfum þín, helzt hverja stund á hölda grund. Send þú, meyjar mögur, málsefnin fögur, öll er hjálp af þér, í hjarta mér.
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11th Century Icelandic Hymn in a German Train Station

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