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Hrafnagaldur is an Icelandic folk band formed in May, 2014. They play traditional Viking music. Darren Foreman at Radio Iceland invited them to come and talk and play on the 22nd of March, 2015

Hrafnagaldur is an Icelandic folk band formed in May, They play traditional Viking music. Darren Foreman at Radio Iceland invited them to come and talk and play on the of March, 2015

Brennið þið vitar - an old Icelandic song In English the name would be Burn you lighthouses, the song is not about burning lighthouses though. It is about a ship sailing in storm and how he sailors plea for the lighthouse to guide them their way to shore. It was written by Páll Ísólfsson at least 50 years ago.

One of my favorite Icelandic songs! It's called Brennið þið vitar or "Burn you lighthouses", its a song about the old lighthouses when there were no lightbulbs but fire that used to guide our sailors back to shore. Really strong and powerful song!

The #Premiere of #RadioIceland

Stream Radio Iceland FM online for interesting interviews and Icelandic music.

Yesterday's "Icelandic Times" was very interesting with Alexander Richter from Think Geo Energy. Guðni Jóhannesson the Director General at the National Energy Authority of Iceland and Dieter Janecek, the MP for The Green Party, Germany.

The subject for the radio show "Icelandic Times" at Radio Iceland on the of May, was Sustainablity in the Energy sector & Transparency and direct .

I'd love to know what a lace shawl sounds like!

Icelandic composer uses knitting pattern to write score

Hafdís Bjarnadóttir wrote Thordis’ Fichu after noticing similarities between the score of Ligeti’s Atmosphères and the pattern for a lacy shawl, says Jane Shilling.

IceBlah-the best blog about Icelandic music :-)

IceBlah-the best blog about Icelandic music :-)

The making of Skreið (dried fish).. . Hang some cod for a long period of time, until it is completely dry. Then eaten.... Not my cup of tea, but many love this meal....

The making of Skreið or Harðfiskur (dried fish, harðfiskur the more common word in modern Icelandic language). Hang some cod for a long period of time, until it is completely dry. Then eaten, often with butter

DESIGN MARCH 2015

DESIGN,DESIGN MARCH 2015 If you’re visiting Reykjavík over the next few days you’ll be able to marvel at the creative force at work (and play) here in Iceland and get a taste of all the innovative offerings at the annual DesignMarch festival.

Radio Iceland is hosting a benefit concert for an orphanage in Nepal.

Dear Radio Iceland listeners, because of the terrible situation in ‪ we felt compelled to do something for those in need.

"Experience sheep shearing and get to know the wonderful Icelandic wool at Bjarteyjarsandur farm."

"Experience sheep shearing and get to know the wonderful Icelandic wool at Bjarteyjarsandur farm.

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