Tú alfagra land mítt

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Tú alfagra land mítt
Español: Mi Tierra, la más hermosa
Mítt alfagra land.jpg
Manuscrito original del poema de Símun av Skarði, que se convirtió en el himno nacional
Información general
Himno de Bandera de las Islas Feroe Islas Feroe
Letra Símun av Skarði
Música Peter Alberg
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"Tú alfagra land mítt" es el himno regional de las Islas Feroe.

Texto en feroés[editar]

"Tú alfagra land mítt"
Tú alfagra land mítt,
mín dýrasta ogn!
á vetri so randhvítt,
á sumri við logn,
tú tekur meg at tær
so tætt í tín favn.
Tit oyggjar so mætar,
Gud signi tað navn,
sum menn tykkum góvu,
tá teir tykkum sóu.
Ja, Gud signi Føroyar, mítt land!
Hin roðin, sum skínur
á sumri í líð,
hin ódnin, sum týnir
mangt lív vetrartíð,
og myrkrið, sum fjalir
mær bjartasta mál,
og ljósið, sum spælir
mær sigur í sál:
alt streingir, ið tóna,
sum vága og vóna,
at eg verji Føroyar, mítt land.
Eg nígi ti niður
í bøn til tín, Gud:
Hin heilagi friður
mær falli í lut!
Lat sál mína tváa
sær í tíni dýrd!
So torir hon vága
- av Gudi væl skírd -
at bera tað merkið,
sum eyðkennir verkið,
ið varðveitir Føroyar, mítt land!

Texto en inglés[editar]

"My land, oh most beauteous"
My land, oh most beauteous,
possesion most dear,
Thou drawest me to thee,
embracing me near;
becalmed in the summer,
in winter snow covered,
magnificant islands,
by God named beloved.
The name which men gave thee
when they thee discovered,
Oh, God bless thee, Faroes my land.
Bright gleam, which in summer
makes hill-tops so fair;
rough gale, which in winter drives men to despair;
oh life taking storm,
oh conquest of soul,
all making sweet music
uniting the whole.
Each hoping and trusting,
inspiring us all,
To guard thee, O Faroes my land.
And therefore, I kneel down,
to Thee God, in prayer,
may peaceful my lot be,
and do thou me spare,
my cock cleansed; in glory;
I ask Thee to bless,
when I raise my banner
and venture the stress.
The sign of my task, be
it lifted on high,
To guard thee, O Faroes my land.

Referencias[editar]

  • W.B. Lockwood: An Introduction to Modern Faroese, Tórshavn 1977 [1]

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