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Alexander Rybak’s Day in HGVM. 15.03.2014

Last Saturday it was Day of honour of Alexander Rybak in “Hver Gang Vi Møtes”. Every of 6 artists have made a cover of his song. Here you can watch the performance and what Alexander tells about the original songs, about the covers and what the artists think about the songs and their own performances. The videos are listed in a performing order:

 

Samsaya – “Europe Skies”

Music: Alexander Rybak, Lyrics: Alexander Rybak & Thomas Waernes

Upload by Tessa Lande. Translation by Jorunn Ekre. English revision and subs by Anni Jowett.

Sigvart Dagsland – “13 Horses”

Music and lyrics by Alexander Rybak

Upload by Tessa Lande. English translation by Marit O. Subs by Sonya Luzina. English revision by Anni Jowett.

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Alexander Rybak’s Day: Cover versions of his songs by HGVM artists

Touched Rybak to tears:  Alexander Rybak struggled to hold back the tears when Sigvart Dagsland performed a tremendous version of “13 Horses” in “Hver gang vi møtes. The women around the table on their side did nothing to hide her tears. Ref: Stein Østbø, VG

English translation by Venche M. and Hildebjorg H. English revision by Anni Jowett.

Samsaya – “Europe Skies” 

Samsaya starts

Samsaya opened the musical day with “Europe’s Skies” from Alexander’s album “No Boundaries” from 2010.
Alexander thinks Samsaya has done interesting things with his song.
– I have always believed that what makes my songs, is the usage of classic chords, but Samsaya took it away and it worked. And she makes an insane performance as well. She simplified the chords. I think it’s only her who could make the song believable that way,- says Alexander to TV 2.

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5000 letters

Music: Konstantin Meladze
Lyrics: Alexander Rybak, Thomas Wærnes

5000 letters I keep in my bedroom
5000 people who open their hearts
Once they were strangers, today we are family
Mountains won’t keep us apart Continue reading 5000 letters