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Posted By: Richie
04-Nov-18 - 09:19 PM
Thread Name: Origins: James Madison Carpenter- Child Ballads 5
Subject: RE: Origins: James Madison Carpenter- Child Ballads 5

Are there versions from Iceland and, or Faroe?

I only have a few Danish and Finnish versions although there are more recent ones:

B. "Velisurmaaja" ["The Brother Slayer"] also "Werinen Pojka; Der blutige Sohn" ["Werinen Pojka; The Bloody Son"] Finnish early 1800s (1819 Upsala)
    a. "Werinen Pojka; The Bloody Son" from Upsala in 1819 by H.R. von Schroter "Finnische Runen, finnisch and deutsch" reprinted Stuttgart in 1834. Taylor FF A
    b. "Velisurmaaja" [Brother Slayer] written down in 1823 in Abo by J.J. Pippingkold; MS in Helingfors (single stanza) shelfmark D.IV.47. Taylor FF D
    c. "Velisurmaaja" was published in Elias Lönnrot's collection of traditional Finnish poems, the Kanteletar in 1840.
    d. ["Veli Surmaaja"] collected by Kaarle Krohn in Tavastland from Adolfine Monin about 1884. Taylor FF C.
    e. "Poikaini iloinen" [My Happy Son] My title, from Suomen Kansan Vanhat Runot volume IV2, No. 2701. from Moloskovitsa, Goritsa. J. Fr. Ruotsalainen. n. 676. dated 1901 from Annikka Roitto.

C. "Svend i Rosengaard" Danish as Grundtvig A, collected in Sydsaelland in 1844 and 1846.
    a. "Svend i Rosengaard" from Grundtvig collected in Sydsaelland in 1844 and 1846 and published in "Danmarks gamle Folkviser," 1853.
    b. "Svend i Rosenslund" from "Danmarks gamle Folkviser," 1895 as taken down in Fyn from Gaardejar Lars Fredericksen before 1884.

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