Cornelis sjunger Taube

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Cornelis sjunger Taube
1969 Taube.jpg
Studio album by Cornelis Vreeswijk
Released 1969
Genre Folk music
Protest music
Swedish folk music
Length 34:14
Label Metronome
Producer Anders Burman
Cornelis Vreeswijk chronology
Tio vackra visor och Personliga Person
(1968)
Cornelis sjunger Taube
(1969)
Poem, ballader och lite blues
(1970)

Cornelis sjunger Taube (English: Cornelis sings Taube) is the fifth studio album by the Swedish-Dutch folk singer-songwriter Cornelis Vreeswijk. This album is homage to Evert Taube (1890–1976), author, artist, composer and singer.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Music and lyrics by Evert Taube unless otherwise noted

  1. "Den sjuttonde balladen"
  2. "Byssan lull" (Trad./Taube)
  3. "Den glade bagarn i San Remo"
  4. "Dansen på Sunnanö"
  5. "Nudistpolka"
  6. "Skärgårdsfrun"
  7. "Ingrid Dardels polska"
  8. "Vals i Valparaiso"
  9. "Och skulle det så vara" (Gunnar Gahn/Taube)
  10. "Oxdragarsång"
  11. "Cervantes (Gunnar Ekelöf/Taube)
  12. "Fritiof Anderssons paradmarsch"
  13. "Jag är fri, jag har sonat"
  14. "Vidalita"
  15. "Rosa på bal"
  16. "Tango i Nizza"

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