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The principal topic here are the legends of the heroes. I see this album as a tragic album where heroes suffer tragedy or an end not very good. The heroes are about the Edda and the Tolkien works of The Silmarillion and The Lord of the Rings. Happy Sigurd the Völsung Day!

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released June 9, 2015

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Track Name: Sögur
Instrumental
Track Name: Helgakviða
Helgi Hundingsbane, ein großer Held
er hat alle Hundinge getötet
Helgi traf die walküre Sigrun
und nahm sie sich zur Frau

Helgi erklärte Granmar den Krieg
Hundingsbane schlug ihn
Dagr wollte sich an Ihm rächen
und tötete Helgi mit einem Speer

So herrschte Helgi in Valhalla
und Sigrun trauerte um seinen Tod
Aber eines Nachts auf dem Hügel
trafen sich Helgi und Sigrun

Māl’s mer at rīþa
roþnar brautir,
lāta fǫlvan jō
flugstīg troþa;
skalk fyr vestan
vindhjalms bruar,
āþr Salgofnir
sigrþjōþ veki.”

“Kominn vǣri nū,
ef koma hygþi,
Sigmundar burr
frā sǫlum Ōþins;
kveþk grams þinig
grǣnask vānir,
es ā asklimum
ernir sitja

Sigrūn varþ skammlīf af harmi ok
trega.
Helgi ok Sigrūn er kallat at væri
endrborin;
hēt hann þā Helgi Haddingjaskati,
en hon Kāra, ok var hon valkyrja.

-Helgakviða Hundingsbana II, 48, 49, end, Poetic Edda-
Track Name: Heru i Million
I amar prestar aen
Han mathon ne nen
Han mathon ne chae
A han noston ned ´wilith
Olya i yáressë né, vanwa na,
pan úquen sí cuina na, ye enyalë sa

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie

Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul,
ash nazg thrakatulûk, agh burzum ishi krimpatul.

Three Rings... for the Elves.
Seven Rings... for the Dwarves
Nine Rings... for the Men.
Doomed to die.
One Ring... for the Dark Lord.
Under the shadow, of Mordor.
One Ring... to, rule them all.

-The Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien-
Track Name: Beowulfskviða
Hrothgar said, there is a legend
about how Beowulf killed Grendel
The geat man came for help
to Heorot, room of feast

So in the night,
Grendel came
and Beowulf fighted him
Alone, he battled him

He wanted glory
he was a hero
he defeated him
good son of Odin

He tore Grendel
one of his arms
Now the jotun
would die

Mead would be
the next morning
Beowulf was the hero
good son of Odin

Hwæt! Wé Gárdena in géardagum
þéodcyninga þrym gefrúnon•
hú ðá æþelingas ellen fremedon.
wuldres wealdend woroldáre forgeaf:

(Beowulf! - back voice)

-Beowulf, 1, 2, 3, 17 (verses), Beowulf-
Track Name: Túrin Turambar
This is the tale of Túrin Turambar
He was exiled for killing an elf
His sister was lost, he didn't know
Glaurung will put her a curse

Glaurung the dragon was a menace
and Túrin decides to kill him
He met Níniel, she didn't remember
That was Niënor, Túrin's sister

They got married, but what misfortune
Túrin will kill Glaurung, the curse will end

Túrin was nearly dead, when killed the dragon
When Níniel remembered she killed herself
Túrin asked if it was true
And he ended dying too

A Túrin Turambar turún' ambartanen
Túrin Turambar Dagnir Glaurunga
A Túrin Turambar turún' ambartanen
Túrin Turambar Dagnir Glaurunga

-The Silmarillion, The Children of Húrin, JRR Tolkien-
Track Name: Beren a Lúthien
Among the tales of sorrow
and of ruin that come down to us
Of these histories most fair still in the ears
of the Elves is the tale of Beren and Lúthien

-Of Beren and Lúthien, start, The Silmarillion-

Beren found Lúthien in the realm of Doriath
She was the daughter of Thingol and Melian
Soon the man and the elf fell in love
But the King didn't want the marriage

He said Beren to recover a Silmaril
from the dark crown of the dark lord Morgoth
In the end, they recover a Silmaril
and the immortal maiden marry with the man

Cilin harya minë cuilë
ólë lá cenië
ilyë randar
Ambarwa eressëa

Tinúviel elvanui
Elleth alfirin edhelhael
O hon ring finnil fuinui
A renc gelebrin thiliol.

-The Lord of the Rings, found in quenya101.com-

-The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring, David Salo translation-
Track Name: Sigurðarkviða
Sigurd der Wölsungs fand Brynhildr
Er rettete sie und versprach, sie zu heiraten
“Lange schlief ich, lange hielt mich der Schlummer,
So waltete Odin, ich wußte nicht”

-Sigrdrífumál, 2, Poetic Edda-

Durch einen magischen Trank, heirateten Sigurd und Gudrun
Sigurd täuschte Brynhildr durch die Heirat mit Gunnar
und Brynhildr rächte sich an Sigurd in dem er Ihn tötete
Gudrun weinte über Sigurd

“Einst erging's, daß Gudrun zu sterben begehrte,
Daß sie sorgend saß über Sigurden”
“Da jammerte Gudrun, Giukis Tochter:
Die verhaltnen Tränen tropften nieder”

-Guárúnarkviáa in fyrsta, 1, 16, Poetic Edda-

“Brynhildr vildi eigi lifa eptir Sigurþ.
Þā lagþi hon sik sverþi til bana
(Þā lagði hann sik sverði til bana)”
“Eptir dauþa Brynhildar vāru gǫr bāl
tvau,”
einn fyrir Sigurþi,
ok einn fyrir Brynhildi

-Guárúnarkviáa in fyrsta, end, Poetic Edda-

-Helreüt Brynhíldar, start, Poetic Edda-
Track Name: Áfangastaður
Instrumental