|Born||5 November 1918
Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
|Died||29 March 2007
His family also contained musicians like his grandfather Georg Casper Hansen, and Dahl himself was noted as a composer. In youth he did not know how to transcribe his compositions so would work on them in his head before performing them at cultural events. As a composer he wrote musical settings for 34 Erik Axel Karlfeldt poems and created around 450 compositions in all.
Dahl was honoured in 1998 with the Faroese Cultural Prize. He was the first person to receive this award. It has been given to a Faroese artist (writer, musician, painter etc.) almost every year since 1998.
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- Regin Dahl (1996): Atlantsløg, edited by Marianne Clausen and Zakarias Wang, 282 pp, Stiðin; ISBN 99918-42-02-0
- Regin Dahl (1997): Atlantsløg II, edited by Marianne Clausen and Zakarias Wang, 69 pp, Stiðin; ISBN 99918-42-03-9
- Regin Dahl (2005): Atlantsløg, box with 25 cds, produced by Kristian Blak, Tutl (contains 439 sound recordings corresponding to music transcriptions in the books Atlantsløg and Atlantsløg II, edited by Marianne Clausen and Zakarias Wang)
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