Synonyms for bryllup or Related words with bryllup
Examples of "bryllup"
Today, Grudt is the editor of the Norwegian wedding magazine "Ditt
" (en. "Your Wedding").
"Hendes store aften" (1954), "Mariannes
" (1958) and "Een blandt mange" (1961).
Det ender med
is a 1943 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Poul Reumert.
was a Norwegian reality TV series broadcast on TV3 in 2004. The program was produced by Strix Televisjon AS.
Her repertoire included: Rosina in "Barberen", Susanna in "Figaro's
", Papagena in "Trylleflojten", Anna in "Jaegerbruden", Benjamin in "Joseph og Hans Brodre", Siebel in "Faust", and Venus in "Tannhauser".
(Mariken's Wedding) is a Norwegian comedy from 1972 directed by Knut Andersen with a script by Nicole Macé. Anne Marit Jacobsen plays the title role as Mariken, who marries Per Egil, played by Geir Børresen. The film is about the wedding and presents many family members and friends that come to the wedding.
Knut Andersen (born 9 May 1931) is a Norwegian film director. He was born in Harstad. He has directed a series of films, including "Ballad of the Masterthief Ole Hoiland" (1970), "Marikens
" (1972), "Under a Stone Sky" (1974), "Karjolsteinen" (1977), and "Den sommeren jeg fylte 15" (1975). He received the Amanda Committee's Honorary Award in 2007.
Tone Schwarzott (born 9 January 1941) is a Norwegian actress and poet. She was born in Porsgrunn. She made her stage debut at Nationaltheatret in 1963, and was assigned with this theatre until 2002. She has also performed for Fjernsynsteatret and Radioteatret. Among films she participated in are "3" from 1971, "Marikens
" from 1972, and "Hard Asphalt" from 1986. She made her literary debut in 1965 with the poetry collection "Veien til mitt hus", and published eight more collections during the 1970s.
() is a 1926 Norwegian comedy film directed by George Schnéevoigt, starring Einar Sissener and Victor Bernau. The film is based on a play by Vilhelm Krag, and tells the story of how Simen Sørensen (Bernau) manages to get his friend Baldevin Jonassen (Sissener) married to the lady next door. The film was renovated in 2006, for the 100-years anniversary of Kristiansand Cinema.
Sogner was born in Trondheim to physician Trygve Bauge and nurse Sidsel Schulz. She was married to historian Bjørn Sogner. She was professor in history at the University of Oslo from 1988 to 2002. Among her publications are "Folkevekst og flytting" from 1979, "Bot eller
" from 1981, and "Fra stua full til tobarnskull" from 1984. She wrote about the period 1500–1750 in "Cappelens kvinnehistorie" (1992), and volume 6 ("Krig og fred 1660–1780") in "Aschehougs Norgeshistorie" (1996).
Pietro Mingotti, from Venice, who had formed an opera company was invited to Copenhagen by Queen Louise in 1747. His members included Christoph Willibald Gluck and Giuseppe Sarti. In 1756, Sarti provided the music for the first "syngespil" which, in the early 1790s, became established as a popular national genre with "Høstgildet" (the Harvest Celebration) and "Peters
" (Peter's Wedding). Both were composed by Johann Abraham Peter Schulz.
Knudsen wrote a large amount of hymn poetry, and collections of some of his sermons have been printed in books and booklets. His hymns point to Chalcedonian Christology, and to a high interpretation of the sacraments. His hymns are mainly edited in Det Hellige
, (Oslo 1976) Sangverk for Den Norske kirke, (Oslo 1980), and may be found in the Norwegian 1998 Roman Catholic Hymn book as well as in other collections.
Veslemøy Haslund (8 April 1939 – 7 November 2005) was a Norwegian actress and stage producer. She was born in Oslo. She made her stage debut at Trøndelag Teater in 1959. She was later assigned to various theatres, including Det Norske Teatret, Fjernsynsteatret, Nationaltheatret and Teater Ibsen. She made her film debut in 1967, in "Det største spillet", and further contributed to various films, including "Bare et liv" from 1968 depicting important episodes in the life of Fridtjof Nansen, "Marikens
" from 1972, "Vårnatt" from 1976, "Formyndere" from 1979, and "Kristin Lavransdatter" from 1995.
He was born in Bergen to businessman Sverre Andreassen and Maggi Sørensen, and was the father of actresses Frøydis Armand, Gisken Armand and Merete Armand. He made his stage debut at Den Nationale Scene in 1946, as "Jesus" in Nordahl Grieg's play "Barabbas". He was assigned with Den Nationale Scene from 1948 to 1956, with Rogaland Teater from 1956 to 1958, with Nationaltheatret from 1958 to 1975, and again with Den Nationale Scene from 1975. His film appearances included "Marikens
" (1972) and "Kjærleikens ferjereiser" (1979). He published the poetry collection "Ingen blir klok av skade" in 1951, and contributed as literary critic for the newspapers "Friheten" and "Bergens Tidende".
In 1844 he composed three enchanting idylls, "Dryadens
" ("The Dryad's Wedding") "Tithon" ("Tithonus") and "Abels Død" ("The Death of Abel"). From 1850 a certain decline in the poet's physical energy became manifest and he wrote less. His majestic drama of "Kalanus" belongs to 1854. Then for seven years he kept silent. "Paradiset" ("Paradise") 1861; and "Benedikt fra Nurcia" ("Benedict of Nurcia") 1861; bear evidence of malady, both physical and mental. Paludan-Müller wrote considerably after this, but never recovered his early raptures, except in the very latest of all his poems, the enchanting welcome to death, entitled "Adonis".
In 1993, she published her biographical novel "Mit liv som barbar" (My Life as a Barbarian), describing her life until her mother's death in 1987. It concludes with the words: "Life is a story. But only the luckiest of us are able to write it up." In 2006, she published another poetry collection "Min spaltede tunge" (My Split Tongue, 2006) and in 2009 the novel "Længsel pa bestilling" (Longing to Order), a romance about a Jewish girl from Denmark who meets Sammy on a trip to Israel. In 2008, she wrote another collection of poems, this time in Polish: "Pisane po polsku". She translated it into Danish herself as "Skrevet på polsk" (Written in Polish). It contains reflections on her childhood in Poland during the holocaust, many of them sorrowfully negative: "Hvor lang er ikke denne liste/ af uindbudne gæster/ til mit ikke-
?" (How long is then this list/ of uninvited guests/ to my non-wedding?)
In addition to their albums and touring with their music/comedy shows, Prima Vera also made two musicals, both written by Falsk. The first was "Fantomets glade
" ("The Phantom's happy wedding") which was performed on Centralteateret in Oslo in 1978, and became a box office success despite lukewarm reviews. The second musical was named "Fisle Narrepanne i Tyrol" and was performed at Centralteateret in 1981. Both musicals heavily featured Prima Vera's own brand of humor and silliness. They also made a film which premiered in the summer of 1983 called "Prima Vera og soga om Olav den hellige" ("Prima Vera and the saga of Olav the holy"). The film received generally poor reviews, and many critics viewed it as a rip-off of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".
She was born in Oslo as the daughter of sculptor Thorbjørn Sigurd Jacobsen and opera singer Randi Heide Steen. She has been assigned to the National Theatre in Oslo from 1970, and has also participated in revue, television and film. Among her films roles are the title character in the 1972 film "Marikkens
", Rakel Iversen in the 1980 film "Den som henger i en tråd", and "Aunt Petra" in the 1998 film "Ole Aleksander Filibom-bom-bom". She was a central actress in the award-winning television show "Hilde? På TV?!" at the 1986 Montreux film festival. She played the leading character "Anna Nedrebø" in the television series "Vestavind" in 1994/1995, and she was awarded the Gullruten award for best actress in 2006, for her role in the television series "Sejer". Other awards include the Per Aabel Honorary Award (1997), Komiprisen (2003) and the Amanda Honorary Award (2016). She was decorated Commander of the Order of St. Olav in 2017.
Steinsland specialises in pre-Christian religion, the associated Old Norse texts and mythology and the conversion of Scandinavia. At both Oslo and Tromsø, she made Norse religion a main subject within the history of religion programme. She is a member of the group for theology and religious studies in the Academy of Science and Letters. As a historian of religion, her publications take Norse paganism seriously and present it in a non-traditional light as having been still strong and vital when it encountered Christianity. In 2005 she published a wideranging introductory book, "Norrøn religion" (Norse religion), which presents the subject from the perspective of myth and praxis. In her influential 1989 PhD dissertation, "Det hellige
og norrøn kongeideologi: en analyse av hierogami-myten i Skírnismál, Ynglingatal, Háleygjatal og Hyndluljód" (the sacred marriage and Norse ideology of kingship: an analysis of the myth of the "hieros gamos" in "Skírnismál", "Ynglingatal", "Háleygjatal" and "Hyndluljóð"), she reinterpreted the sacred marriage between a god and a giantess as a power myth legitimising rulership rather than a fertility myth; she specialises in the interpretation of written sources but has also made extensive use of archaeology and frequently takes an interdisciplinary approach. She has also emphasised the female aspect of pre-Christian religion, particularly in her 1997 book "Eros og død i norrøne myter" (Eros and death in Norse myths), in which she contrasts the sexualisation of death in, for example, references to drowning as being embraced by the sea goddess Rán with the post-conversion view of female sexuality as shameful.
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