Viðar Alfreðsson - Spilar Og Spilar

Viðar Alfreðsson - Spilar Og Spilar

Viðar Alfreðsson - Spilar Og Spilar Singer: Viðar Alfreðsson
Title: Spilar Og Spilar
Size MP3 rar: 1898 mb.
Size FLAC rar: 1554 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 471
Label: Not On Label ‎– VA-101
Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: Iceland
Date of released: 1980
Category: Jazz

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A1 Be My Love
A2 If He Walked Into My Life
A3 Cavatina
A4 Vala
A5 Making Whoophee
B1 As Long As He Needs Me
B2 For Once In My Life
B3 Three
B4 Misty

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  • Distributed By – Skífan
  • Recorded At – Hljóðriti


  • Arranged By – Bob Leaper
  • Bass – John Stupcano, Árni Scheving
  • Cello – Guðrún Sigurðardóttir
  • Drums – Alfreð Alfreðsson, Guðmundur Steingrímsson
  • Flute – Jón Sigurbjörnsson
  • French Horn, Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Valve Trombone, Tuba, Arranged By – Viðar Alfreðsson
  • Piano – Guðmundur Ingólfsson, Árni Elfar
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Jónas R. Jónsson
  • Viola – Brian Carlile
  • Viola, Cello – Sesselja Óskarsdóttir
  • Violin – Friðrik Már Baldursson, Helga Óskarsdóttir, Sigurlaug Eðvaldsdóttir


Viðar Alfreðsson was born in Reykjavík May 1936. Viðar has always been interested in music and in 1958 he went abroad to study, first in Germany and later on in England.

In 1936 Viðar Graduated from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and there after he began playing third horn at the Sadlers Wells Opera in London and later he played first horn. After five years at the Opera Viðar jpined the B. B. C. Radio Orchestra where he played second horn.

In 1971 Viðar left the B. B. C. and moved back to Iceland. He now plays first horn in the Icelandic Symphonic Orchestra, teaches music and conducts a children's brass band.

Viðar is a man of many talents and in his free time he plays jazz with his friends, and the horn is not the the only instrument he can blow.

This record is a fine sample of his talents and hopefully Viðar will continue to play, and play. . .