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Vetrarþoka (Winter Fog)
for soprano and piano,
Vetrarþoka (Winter Fog) for soprano and piano was commissioned by soprano Rannveig Káradóttir and pianist Birna Hallgrímsdóttir, and released on their album Krot in 2016. English language version is available on request. Music by Helgi Rafn Ingvarsson, poem by Árni Kristjánsson.
Fjallið hefur falið sig í kaldri vetrarþoku,
það fennir yfir sprungur þess og tímans djúpu sár.
Við sjónarrönd má greina það sem grófa pensilstroku,
í gróðri þess er lífsmark sem blómstrar næsta ár.
The mountainside is clothed in fog, a freezing quilt of patches, and fallen snow that sits on cracks and cuts from years ago. It breaks the skyline up ahead, a broken row of scratches, full of seeds that hold the growth which coming years will show.
(Translated by Snorri Kristjánsson)
Broken Line trio later commissioned an instrumental version of the piece for flute, piano and vibraphone which was premiered 6 April 2018 in Brighton, UK.
Ríður Harpa í tún - sumarsöngur í 7 röddum / A summersong in 7 parts
for mixed choir
poem by Jón Thoroddsen, premiered by Kordía choir (Kór Háteigskirkju) in Háteigskirkja church Reykjavík 9 June 2019. Conductor was Guðný Einarsdóttir.
Þú komst með jólin til mín (útsetning)
for mixed choir in 8 parts
Ingvarsson’s arrangement of the beloved Christmas song, premiered by Esja Men’s Choir, Katla Women’s Choir, Reykjavík Boys’ Choir and Olga Vocal Ensemble in Langholtskirkja church Reyjavík, 18 December 2018.