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Glad Såsom Fågeln

May 1, 2012

Traditional Swedish spring song composed by Prince Gustaf (1827 – 1852), son of King Oscar I (1799 – 1859).
This song is often sung at the spring celebration at Walpurgis night on the 30 of April by choirs all around sweden.
In this video we hear Ulricae Drängar perform at a celebration at the Swedish Church in London.
Ulricae Drängar is the only Swedish male choir in London and performs at several different happenings and occasions in London throughout the year.

Uploaded by UlricaeDrangar

Glad såsom fågeln (Happy As The Bird)

Happy as the bird in the morning-time I welcome spring in joyous mood,
The lark answers me, also the thrush in the grove, the flicker in the field and the grouse in the woods
Happy as the bird in the morning-time I welcome spring in (a) joyous mood,
The lark answers me, also the thrush in the grove, the flicker in the field and the grouse in the woods

See how those little silvered creeks hop and slap, hop and slap,
pleasant arms ‘round clumps and stones. See how it spreads among bushes and branches
of life and of dance, of life and of dance in the delightful spring sun’s brilliance!

See how those little silvered creeks hop and slap, hop and slap,
pleasant arms ‘round clumps and stones. See how it spreads among bushes and branches
of life and of dance, of life and of dance in the delightful spring sun’s brilliance!

out in the spring sun’s brilliance!

(Translation by R. Solomonson, ASIMC Minneapolis)

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