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Rascals and Fairies Take Over Reykjavík Church

The children’s and teenagers’ choirs from Bústadakirkja church in Reykjavík will sing about rascals and fairies at this weekend’s children’s mass, which begins at 11 am tomorrow.

The songs are from the children’s album Aevintýraheimur ófétanna (“The Adventurous World of the Rascals”) by Ósk Óskarsdóttir and Rúna T. Tetzschner.

The rascals are tiny and live in flowers and fly on butterflies. They are similar to flower fairies but have claws and the golden-haired and black-haired rascals are constantly fighting. However, the hair color is the only difference between them and so their children decide to become friends.

The rascals were first featured in a book by Tetzschner, which was then followed-up with the aforementioned CD. The heroes of the rascal world are for kids, large and small, and everyone else who like good fairy tales, the author describes.

Click here to listen to clips from the songs.

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