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Iđut

Iđut AS is a Norwegian publisher, based in Ikkaldas, Indre Billefjord in Porsanger. It publishes novels, children's books, text books and school books, general literature, music and films. It also has a magazine, Š, for youth (edited by Máret Ánne Sara). The main language of the publisher is Northern Sami, but it also publishes in Lule Sami, Southern Sami, Kven, and Norwegian. The head of the organisation, as of 2006 is Åge Persen. Chief editor is Nan Persen.

Music

  • Karen Anne Buljo, Ábifruvvá (ICD 062, 2007)
  • Torgeir Vassvik, Sáivu, joik/jazz, produced by Arve Henriksen (ICD 061, 2006)
  • Lars-Ánte Kuhmunens, Birrasis, produced by Georg Buljo (ICD 052)
  • Karine Jacobsen and Kine Johansen, Kadonu Ioru Kven pop (ICD 053)
  • Ole Larsen Gaino, Luođis luohtái 3 (ICD 051)
  • Tanabreddens Ungdom, Deatnogátte Nuorat – Buoremusat (the best of...) (ICD 011)
  • Johan A. Andersen, Hoi hoi, mun lávlestan (ICD 991)
  • Elen Inga Eira Sara, Mathis M. Gaup and Ole Larsen Gaino, Luođis luohtái 2 (ICD 972)
  • Ella Holm Bull, Laavlomh maanide (ICD 973)
  • Tanabreddens Irene Pettersen and Tore S. Aslaksen, Deatnogátte Irene ja Tore (ICD 971)
  • Ella Holm Bull, Jåvle-laavlomh Christmas songs (ICD 962, 1997)
  • Mr. Swingstang (Jostein Johansen), Mr. Swingstang (ICD 961)
  • Marit Hætta Øverli, Ohcame produced by Svein Dag Hauge (ICD 942)
  • Frode Fjellheim Jazz Joik Ensemble, Saajve Dans (ICD 943)
  • Marie Kemi, Anne Kristine Gaup and Lennart Kullgren, Mun gal máhtán (ICD 941)
  • Sverre Porsanger with Tone Åse, Lávlu lávlla, written by Eino Leino (translated by Pekka Sammallahti (ICD 932, 1993)
  • Orbina (Leif Isak Eide Nilut/Roger Ludvigsen/Bjørn Ole Rasch), Orbina (ICD 931, 1993)
  • Elen Inga Eira Sara, Ole Larsen Gaino, Inga Gaup Tornensis and Mathis M. Gaup, Luođis luohtái (ICD 921)
  • Frode Fjellheim, Mijjen vuelieh (ICD 911)
  • Mari Boine, Gula gula (ICD 891)
  • Sáve (Magnus Vuolab/Ellen Vuolab), Ále mana vuos (ICD 041)

External links

  • idut.no

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