||Dan Fog (1919–2000)|
Rune J. Andersen (*1945)
||Edvard Grieg: Samlede verker, Band 17:|
Choral Music without Orchestra
Original Compositions and Arrangements of Own Works.
Frankfurt: C.F. Peters, 1985. Plate 31300.
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||Oppsang for frihetsfolket i Norden EG 166
||(Offering) Song of the Supporters of Freedom in Scandinavia ; Opsang for frihedsfolket i norden ; Aufruf dem Freiheits-Volk im Norden
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson (1832−1910)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
Is "Oppsang" or "Opsang" right? Worldcat has "Opsang". Translator programs hiccough on "Oppsang", suggesting that it may be wrong. Oppsang might be an offering-song, but Opsang isn't - it's a telling off, a dressing-down - the meaning is quite different (and leads to the question whether it's Grieg telling them off, or the telling-off that they're giving others? The text would clarify, of course.)