Runar by Danheim"Runar" is Danish song released on 09 September 2020 in the official channel of the record label - "Danheim". Discover exclusive information about "Runar". Explore Runar lyrics, translations, and song facts. Earnings and Net Worth accumulated by sponsorships and other sources according to information found in the internet. How many times the Danish song appeared in music charts compiled by Popnable? "Runar " is well-known music video that took placements in popular top charts, such as Top 100 Denmark Music Chart , Top 40 Danish Songs Chart, and more.
"Runar" has reached
1.5M total views,
and 226 dislikes on YouTube.
The song has been submitted on 09/09/2020 and spent 39 weeks on the charts.
The original name of the music video "Runar" is "DANHEIM - RUNAR".
"Runar" has been published on Youtube at 09/09/2020 14:14:10
"Runar" Lyrics, Composers, Record Label
Lyrics are from Sigerdrivamål (Norwegian: Sigrdrífumál) or Brynhildarljóð which is a heroic poem from The Older Edda; it is the first of the poems in the cycle about Sigurd Fåvnesbane.
It teaches us of both healing, shamanism, and the carving and importance of runes, especially in stanza 11.
In stanza 11 we see the word "Læknir" - ;We do not have an exact description of which knowledge and qualities it may have had in Norse ;But Greinruner might have been used and carved to treat wounds or diseases.
The complete poem is written in a new-fashioned way, depicts a meeting between Sigurd and the Valkyrie ;Sigurd rides through a ring of fire to free a human being who is bound ;The woman is Sigerdriva, who is struck by sleep magic by ;As a thank you for Sigurd's help, she inaugurates him in the magic of runic art.
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Lyrics (Old norse)
Limrúnar skaltu kunna,
af þú vilt læknir vera,
ok kunna sár at sjá;
á berki skal þær rísta
ok á baðmi viðar,
Lyrics (translated) / Scandinavian
”Greinruner skal du lære ”
om du vil lege bli
og skjønne deg på sår;
rist dem på barken,
og rist dem på kvister
viking music, fantasy music, and battle music.