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The Song of Siri Dale, from Evard Grieg's 19 Norwegian Folksongs Op. 66, is a marvellous miniature for piano (available separately) incorporated into this choral piece. Inspired by a folk song, the original words (attributed to Frants Beyer, 1896) are the basis for this short, original arrangement for SATB choir and piano.


I was but barely seventeen when I fell in love,

Which will never leave my memory for as long as I shall live.


While others enjoy themselves in their youth

I must grieve in sorrow, shedding many tears,


Here's the original piano tune played by Norwegian pianist Geir Botnen from the CD Grieg: Norwegian Folk Songs and Peasant Dances from Op. 66 & Op. 72 ~

The CD also includes a version of the folk tune sung by Reidun Horvei ~


An unusual, haunting version played by Norwegian jazzz musician, Karl Seglem, from his 2010 CD Ossicles ~


The Song of Siri Dale ~ Grieg - Choral

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  • 6 pages (no covers). The separate version for solo piano is identical to first page of choral version.

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