• CDA1841 Katalognummer
  • 7393338184126 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Mossberg, Torsten (tenor)

Medvirkende
Agback, Stina Hellberg (harp) | Isaksson, Jonas (guitar & lute) | Nyberg, Andreas (violin)

Komponist
Bellman, Carl Michael

Plateselskap
Sterling Records

Verk

Bellman, Carl Michael: Am I born, then I`ll be living
A selection of Fredman`s Epistles, Fredman`s Songs and Early Poems

Torsten Mossberg, tenor
Stina Hellberg Agback, harp
Jonas Isaksson, guitar & lute
Andreas Nyberg, violin

1. Fredman’s Song No. 16: Är jag född så vill jag leva [Am I born, then I’ll be living] 1.51
2. Fredman’s Epistle No. 2: Nå, skruva fiolen [So screw up the fiddle] 2.37
3. Poem No. 17: Hå, hå! Jag är nu sjuttio år [Oh, oh! I am now seventy years old] 5.25
4. Fredman’s Epistle No. 41: Mollberg satt i Paulun [Mollberg sat up in bed] 5.14
5. De fyra ståndens friarvisa [The freer’s song of the four estates] 2.36
6. Fredman’s Epistle No. 27: Gubben är gammal, urverket dras [Agèd am I, my watch is wound up] 3.01
7. Fredman’s Song No. 19: Ack, döden är en faslig björn [Ah, death he is a frightful bear] 2.06
8. Fredman’s Song No. 6: Hör klockorna med ängsligt dån [Hear how the bells with anxious groan] 3.12
9. Poem No. 7: Skåda sin morgon [Behold his morning] 3.58
10. Fredman’s Epistle No. 30: Drick ur ditt glas, se döden på dig väntar [Drain off thy glass! See death upon thee waiting] 5.24
11. Fredman’s Song No. 11: På kvällskvisten under önskan att han vore kung [In the evening during his wish to be a king] 2.27
12. Fredman’s Epistle No. 36: Vår Ulla låg i sängen och sov [Our Ulla lay one morning and slept] 6.45
13. Poem No. 5: Isterhaka, väldig buk [Double chin, formidable belly big] 2.45
14. Poem No. 27 b: Ack så kall om sina händer [Oh so cold are your hands] 1.37
15. Fredman’s Epistle No. 23: Ack du min Moder! Säj vem dig sände [Ah, tell me, mother, who then was it sent thee] 6.00
16. Poem No. 41: Över loppan [About the Flea] 2.35
17. Fredman’s Song No. 32: Träd fram du Nattens Gud att solens lågor dämpa [Step forth, thou god of night, the fiery sun assuaging] 6.22
18. Fredman’s Epistle No. 43: Värm mer öl och bröd [Warm more ale and bread] 2.57
19. Fredman’s Song No. 56: När jag har en plåt att dricka [When I have two pence to tipple] 2.01
20. Fredman’s Song No. 33: Om magistraten uti Tälje fiker [The magistrate in Tälje is trying] 3.22
21. Fredman’s Song No. 17: I januari månad, gutår! [In the month of January, cheers!] 1.25

Produktbeskrivelse

In Sweden Carl Michael Bellman (1740–1795) hardly requires any closer presentation. He is regarded as Sweden’s perhaps foremost national poet. Already at school we learn several of his songs. In Fredman’s Epistles, Bellman uses the New Testament as a basis.
The drunkard, former royal watchmaker Jean Fredman has the leading role as a kind of a contemporary St. Paul sending epistles to the persistent drinkers at Stockholm’s taverns. Fredman preaches that we should make the most of the moment. The early epistles have many traits of paroding the Bible.
The personage in Fredman’s Epistlar is large. Most of them have been identified as real people in Stockholm, such as Fredrik Movitz, Eric Nordström and Lorenz Mollberg. The role model of Ulla Winblad was Maja Christina Kiellström-Winblad. I have also chosen to
include five youth poems, several of them songs never issued before. Stina Hellberg Agback, harp, Jonas Isaksson, guitar and lute and Andreas Nyberg, violin, have answered for the varied accompaniment. Jonas has made the careful arrangements and adaptions of the keys.

Torsten Mossberg

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