songs

Songs about Fynsk:

songsDen Milde Dag - Fra "Fynsk Forår" by Aksel Schiøtz from the Album The complete Aksel Schiøtz Recordings 1933-1946 Vol 10

songsDen milde dag er lys og lang (af "Fynsk Foraar) by Aksel Schiøtz & Københavns Filharmoniske Orkester from the Album Danske Sange Vol.1

songsDen milde dag er lys og lang (af "Fynsk Foraar) by Aksel Schiøtz & Københavns Filharmoniske Orkester from the Album Danske Sange Vol.1

songsThe Fiddle: Jysk fynsk by Petters Erik Eriksson from the Album Nordic Folk Instruments

songsFrom Fynsk Forår by Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra from the Album The Historic Carl Nielsen Collection Vol 2

songsFynsk foraar (Springtime on Funen), Op. 42, FS 96 (arr. for bass, clarinet and piano): Fynsk Foraar, Op. 42 (Springtime... by Jorgen Klint from the Album Nielsen: De Bedste Sange

songsFynsk foraar (Springtime on Funen), Op. 42, FS 96: Den milde dag er lys og lang (The gentle day) by Ulrik Cold from the Album Nielsen: Songs

books

Books about Fynsk:

booksFynsk humor: 25 udvalgte fortaellinger by Morten A Korch (1956)

booksCarl Nielsen: Fynsk Forar (Spring In Funen) Op.42 Chorus Part

booksDiacritics - A Review of Contemporary Criticism - Summer 1978 (Articles by Barbara Johnson, Jerome Christensen... by Dept of Romance Studies - Cornell (1978)

booksJydsk sind i sammenligning med fynsk og sjællandsk by Anders Uhrskov (1965)

booksFaaborg museum for fynsk malerkunst: Katalog, 1985 (Danish Edition) (1985)

booksFynsk malerkunst: Fra Juel til Swane (Danish Edition) by Knud Voss (1991)

booksFynsk lune: Hjalmars fynske hjørne (Danish Edition) by Hjalmar Havelund (1977)

wiki

Wiki information Fynsk:

Christopher Fynsk
Philosopher, Author, Person

Christopher Fynsk is an American philosopher. He is Head of the School of Language and Literature at the University of Aberdeen, Director of the Centre for Modern Thought and Professor at European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. He is well...

Fynsk Foraar
Composition

Fynsk Foraar, for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Opus 42, is Carl Nielsen's last major choral work. Written to accompany a prizewinning text by Aage Berntsen, it was first performed in Odense's Kvæghal on 8 July 1922 where it was conducted by Georg...