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Svante I Paradis - Benny Andersen & Povl Dissing* - Svantes Viser

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  1. Svantes lykkelige dag Print med billeder. Print uden billeder. Tweet. Melodi: Benny Andersen - Tekst: Benny Andersen Fra digtsamlingen 'Svantes viser' , udgivet på lp i med Benny Andersen som akkompagnetør og Povl Dissing som solist. Pladen blev /5().
  2. Both the song and Benny Andersen himself have later been seen by many as quintessential Danishness, perhaps due to the focus on the warm conviviality of ‘hygge’, the ritual coffee making and the anticipation of simple pleasures. However, for others, Svantes Viser was predominantly part of Swedish tradition, both musically and lyrically.
  3. Filmen er en filmatisering af historierne om den melankolske, svensk-danske Svante, der sidst blev set i og nu eftersøges af skolekammeraten og vennen Benny Andersen. Desuden ser man i filmen flere af Svantes viser fremført af Povl Dissing, Benny Andersen og deres øvrige orkester, som man blandt andet følger på turné.
  4. Benny Andersen is the most read contemporary Danish poet and lyricist and an immensely succesful composer of music for his own lyrics. Povl Dissing is the foremost Danish troubadour, a position he.
  5. Svantes viser er et album med viser skrevet af og sat i musik af Benny Andersen og indspillet af Povl Dissing og Benny Andersen i Albummet er baseret på Benny Andersens lille roman med indlagte viser af samme navn som albummet; romanen blev udgivet året glamrock.modikustugoredianadar.infoinfo: Viser.
  6. Svantes Viser, an album by Povl Dissing, Benny Andersen on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Povl Dissing is a renowned Danish singer born 27th January - with a recording career spanning five decades - his breakthrough into a public consciousness in Denmark came in the midsixties, with a couple of unique takes on some classic folk ballads that had the audience bewildered and polarised.

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