11 relations: Anders Sørensen Vedel, Deaths in September 2014, Faroese Cultural Prize, Faroese Literature Prize, Húsakórið, Karl Clausen, Kvæði, Music of the Faroe Islands, Petter Dass, Regin Dahl, Thomas Kingo.
Anders Sørensen Vedel (9 November 1542 – 13 February 1616) at Kalliope.org was a Danish priest and historian.
The following is a list of notable deaths in September 2014.
Mentanarvirðisløn Landsins (Faroese Cultural Prize) has been awarded by the Faroese government to Faroese writers, musicians, artists etc.
The Faroese Literature Prize, also known as the Mentanarvirðisløn M. A. Jacobsens (M. A. Jacobsen's Cultural Award), is a prize for Faroese literature that was begun by the Tórshavnar kommuna (Tórshavn City Council) in 1958.
Húsakórið is a Faroese choir situated in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Karl Søren Clausen (15 August 1904 – 5 December 1972) was a Danish pianist, conductor, composer and musicologist.
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Kvæði (Kvaedi; at kvøða: "to sing a tune or kvæði"; kvæði also means verse in Icelandic, also sometimes used to mean stanza) are the old ballads of the Faroe Islands, accompanied by the Faroese dance.
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Faroese music is primarily vocal, accompanied by the fiddle (which arrived in the 17th century) and European dances like the minuet and polka.
Petter Pettersen Dass (c. 1647 – 17 August 1707) was a Lutheran priest and the foremost Norwegian poet of his generation, writing both baroque hymns and topographical poetry.
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Regin Dahl (5 November 1918 in Tórshavn – 29 March 2007 in Copenhagen) was a Faroese author and composer.
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Thomas Hansen Kingo (15 December 1634 – 14 October 1703 Odense) was a Danish bishop, poet and hymn-writer born at Slangerup, near Copenhagen.
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