jueves, 29 de septiembre de 2016

Týr - Turið Torkilsdóttir

Týr / Madrid, 2016

Video con fotos mías hechas en festivales vikingos y el tema Turið Torkilsdóttir del grupo feroés Týr  (By the Light of the Northern Star, 2009). Esta canción la incluyeron en la reciente gira europea.

Video with photos taken by me in Viking festivals and the song Turid Torkilsdóttir, by the Faroese group Týr (By the Light of the Northern Star, 2009). This song was included in the recent European tour.

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Turið Torkilsdóttir (960 - 1047) fue un personaje de la saga Færeyinga; hija del caudillo vikingo Torkil Negra Escarcha y Ragnhild Toralfsdóttir. Nacida en Noruega, se casó con el feroés Sigmundur Brestisson y pasó el resto de su vida en la isla Skúvoy. Se la considera como la mujer más influyente en la historia de las Islas Feroe.

Turid Torkilsdóttir (960-1047) was a character in the saga Færeyinga; Viking chieftain's daughter Torkil Black Frost and Ragnhild Toralfsdóttir. She born in Norway, married with Faroese Sigmundur Brestisson, spent the rest of her life on the island Skúvoy. It is regarded as the most influential woman in the history of the Faroes.


Turið Torkilsdóttir

Vatnið rennur av høgum fjøllum
Og eftir hvøssum gróti
So ilt er at leggja ást við hann
Ið onga leggur ímóti

Dagurin líður, náttin kemur
Dimmir á jørð so fríða
Í morgin saðlum hestar dyst at ríða.

Tað er so vánt í tínum landi
tí har er veður og vindur
Nògv betri er í Noregs fjøllum
tú ástir við meg bindur.

Dagurin líður, náttin kemur
Dimmir á jørð so fríða
Í morgin saðlum hestar dyst at ríða.

Fylgdi hon honum so langt á leið
Til gøtur tóku at skilja
Tað, ið eg vendi aftur frá tar
tað er ei við mín vilja.

Dagurin líður, náttin kemur
Dimmir á jørð so fríða
Í morgin saðlum hestar dyst at ríða.

Turið situr í Noregs fjøllum
Hon vekir harm og pínu
So møðig fellur hon blóðig tár
Á báðar armar sínar

Dagurin líður, náttin kemur
Dimmir á jørð so fríða
Í morgin saðlum hestar dyst at ríða.

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The water runs of high mountains
And along sharp rocks
So painful it is to love him
Who doesn't love you back

The day goes by, the night comes
Darkness falls on fair ground
Tomorrow let us saddle the horses for a race

"Your land is so unpleasant
For there is bad weather and wind.
Much better it is in the mountains of Norway
To stay here in love with me."

The day goes by, the night comes
Darkness falls on fair ground
Tomorrow let us saddle the horses to ride.

She followed him so far on his way
Until paths went separate ways.
"When I turn away from you now
It is against my will."

The day goes by, the night comes
Darkness falls on fair ground
Tomorrow let us saddle the horses for to ride.

Turið sits in the mountains of Norway
She invokes harm and pain
So mournfull she fells bloody tears
Down both her arms

The days goes by, the night comes
Darkness falls on fair ground
Tomorrow let us saddle the horses for to ride.

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