OTHERS WORKS

Fuglar, Fiskar Og Fólk
Fuglar, Fiskar Og Fólk

"Fuglar, Fiskar Og Fólk" by Kristian Blak, released in 2016.

Tinna Og Tám
Tinna Og Tám

"Tinna Og Tám" by Kristian Blak, Steinbjørn B. Jacobsen and Heðin Ziska Davidsen, released in 2008.

Fuglamál
Fuglamál

"Fuglamál by Kristian Blak, released in 2003.

Sóljudansir
Sóljudansir

"Sóljudansir" by various artists, released in 2003. Features children's music by Alexandur Kristiansen.

24 Préludes
24 Préludes

"24 Préludes" by Kristian Blak, released in 1999.

Shalder Geo
Shalder Geo

"Shalder Geo" by Kristian Blak, released in 1997. A suite, based on traditional vocal and instrumental material from the Faroe Islands and the neighbouring Shetland Islands. Shalder Geo is brilliant music that combines great depth with undeniable surface charm. It's inspiring how Blak's most recent music is among his richest.

Øll Hava Veingir
Øll Hava Veingir

"Øll Hava Veingir" by Kári Svensson and children, released in 1997. Features nursery rhymes, chain dancing and new Faroese songs, made by children and adults, including music by Kári Sverrisson. In the latter part of the CD, there is also a story in Faroese. The music is provided by many different musicians, such as the folk band Spælimenninir.

Nósi
Nósi

"Nósi" by Kristian Blak, released in 1996. Features the musical story of Nósi, the young seal, who leaves her mother to do some exploring on her own.

Ravnating
Ravnating

"Ravnating" by Kristian Blak, released in 1982. This music was composed and improvised in concert to accompany Philippe Carré's black and white photographs of ravens and their habitat. "Ravnating" was composed in 1982 and first recorded with the group Yggdrasil.

Firra
Firra

"Firra" by Kristian Blak, released in 1990.

Addeq
Addeq

"Addeq" by Kristian Blak, released in 1989. "The music is developed as a suite in 8 parts. Musical phenomena which one otherwise would not have come in contact with in our world of mass media are presented here. And it is done with a loyalty to the East Greenlandic motives in a serious, noncommercial endeavour..." (Erik Wiedeman, Information, Denmark)

Antifonale
Antifonale

"Antifonale" by Kristian Blak, released in 1988. "Based on musical forms of the Italian renaissance, primarily Venetian, in which antiphony was often used, Blak's music always has a bright and airy quality. This can be attributed to his affinity to nature and nature themes. That sound carries over to this project. And it's that breezy quality that ultimately makes Blak's music so likable." (Robert Iannapollo, Cadence, USA)

Syng Bara Við
Syng Bara Við

"Syng Bara Við" by Kristian Blak, released in 1985. Originally released on LP.

Kingoløg
Kingoløg

"Kingoløg" by Kristian Blak, released in 1984. A suite based on traditional Kingo hymns from the Faroe Islands. Most of the melodies are very old, some with roots in medieval music. Traditionally, Kingo hymns are sung without instrumental accompaniment.

Nu Ska Vi U Å Sejle
Nu Ska Vi U Å Sejle

"Nu Ska Vi U Å Sejle" by Kristian Blak, released in 1977. The adventures of Maggi, the little girl hippo, and her friends, told in various dialects of Danish, with rythmic music composed by Kristian Blak and performed by Kræklingar and others. Sheet music with chords is avaliable.

Snjóuglan
Snjóuglan

"Snjóuglan" by various artists, released in 1979.