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A clear message from Shu-bi-dua

When, in the evening over the whole of Denmark will be sung 'We love our country', as you know, several different melodies to choose from.

Sankthansvisen 'We love our country' was written by Holger Drachmann in 1885. The song is written by Peter Erasmus Lange-Müller, also in 1885.

Shu-bi-dua, was released in 1980, a version of the song called 'Midsommersangen' on the album Shu-bi-dua 7, where the group had attempted to write a more singable melody to drachmann's text. This version is sung often in place of the original.

In a posting on the Facebook share Michael Bundesens son, Nicolaj Bundesen, a message from Shubberne, where they tell about their experience, as they did in 1989 at the Bellevue Beach played a concert for a huge crowd.

'A stunning backdrop and an experience none of us will ever forget. Merry St. petersburg. His out there, and now remember just the 'right' tune when there is bålsang!', it sounds from the Shubberne, which tells us that they were concerned to act with 'Midsommersangen', as it is in some eyes was not the right song.

'It was our comebackkoncert, and we were all super nervous. Had the audience perhaps forgotten us, they could remember the songs, and what with the Skt. His song. The song was the not the right?'

Community - 23. jun. 2020 - pm. 12:52 midsummer's eve hit by masseaflysninger

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