Listen to music from Geniale Griser like Eller var det en drøm. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Geniale Griser. Released their only album, Til Ungdommen, in 2004, and has contributed to a few compilations since then. Punkish band from Norway, sporting their signature intsrument the Roland SH-101. The punk-rock band with the "annoying" synth sound.
Til ungdommen (English: "To the Youth"), also known by the words of the first line Kringsatt av fiender ("Surrounded by Enemies"), is a poem from 1936 by Norwegian poet and writer Nordahl Grieg (1902–1943). It was set to music in 1952 by the Danish composer Otto Mortensen (1907–1986). The song has been recorded by various artists and has been sung at meetings held by various organizations. After the terror attacks of 22 July 2011, it was used in many memorial gatherings and services.
Geniale Griser, Oslo, Norway. Skranglerock med irriterende synth. Contact Geniale Griser on Messenger. lt;3 tilbake Ruben og P3 for denne hyllesten til grisen.
This film was originally named Braveheart but changed name to Til ungdommen after the Utøya-massacre killing 69 youths. The film then needed a Norwegian title, according to the filmmaker. Til ungdommen, which in English means For the youths, is named after a famous Norwegian poem with the same name by Nordahl Grieg. Political documentary gave interesting angle on Utøya-massacre.
Til ungdommen (English: "To the Youth"), also known by the words of the first line Kringsatt av fiender ("Surrounded by Enemies"), is a poem from 1936 by Norwegian poet and writer Nordahl Grieg (1902–1943) The song has also been recorded by Danish rock musician Kim Larsen, first on his album 231045-0637 from 1979. However, on this album it was called 682 A rather than Til Ungdommen, a reference to the song's listing in the Danish folk high school songbook. Kim Larsen also included the song on his live album Kim i Cirkus (1985), and on the live CD and DVD En Lille Pose Støj on YouTube (2007), on these two occasions titling it by the first line in the Danish version of the poem, Kringsat af Fjender. The song has also been recorded by Norwegian experimental band The Soundbyte.