Discography – overview
Released recordings in his own name and duos

Sálgæslan: Einbeittur brotavilji (2021)
Sálgæslan: Einbeittur brotavilji (2021)

A blues/jazz crossover featuring music and lyrics by S.F. Vocalists: Andrea Gylfadóttir, Friðrik Ómar Hjörleifsson, Helgi Björnsson, K.K, Jógvan Hansen, Stefán Hilmarsson and Rebekka Blöndal. S.F.: saxophones, Andrés Thor: guitar, Thorir Baldursson: Hammond-organ, Einar Scheving: drums. Brass and strings.

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Astra: In orbit (2021)
Astra: In orbit (2021)

Excellent Icelandic-Norwegian-Swedish-Danish band featuring S.F.:alto saxophone, Andrés Thor: guitar, Andreas Dreier: bass, Anders Thoren: drums. Compositions by S.F. and Andres Thor + free improvisations.

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Sálgæslan: Blásýra (2020)
Sálgæslan: Blásýra (2020)

A blues/jazz crossover featuring music and lyrics by S.F. Vocalists: Andrea Gylfadóttir, Friðrik Ómar Hjörleifsson, K.K, Jógvan Hansen, Stefán Hilmarsson and Rebekka Blöndal. S.F.: saxophones, Andrés Thor: guitar, Thorir Baldursson: Hammond-organ, Einar Scheving: drums. Brass and strings.

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Sigurdur Flosason DeLux 4tet: Here and now (2019)
Sigurdur Flosason DeLux 4tet: Here and now (2019)

An Icelandic Luxemburg co-operation project featuring music by all members. S.F.: alto saxophone, Michel Reis: piano, Marc Demuth: bass, Jeff Herr: drums.

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Green moss black sand (2017)
Green moss black sand (2017)

S.F. Compositional tribute to the nature off the Icelandic highlands featuring the renowned trio off Swedish pianist Lars Jansson. S.R.: alto saxophone, Lars Jansson: piano, Thomas Fonnesbæk: bass, Paul Svanberg: drums.

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Projeto Brasil! (2015)
Projeto Brasil! (2015)

Brazilian music. S.F: alto saxophone and alto flute, Hans Olding Guitar, Thordis Gerdur Jónsdóttir: cello, Morten Anarfeldt: bass, Ola Bothzén: drums

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Lady Day (2015)
Lady Day (2015)

Trio – celebrating Billie Holiday’s 100 years. S.F.: alto saxophone, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass

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Daybreak (2015)
Daybreak (2015)

Lyrical early morning jazz standards. Follow-up to Nightfall. S.F.: alto saxophone, Kjeld Lauritsen: Hammond organ, Jacob Fischer: guritar, Kristian Leth: drums

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Tveir heimar (2014)
Tveir heimar (2014)

Improvisational chamber music written specifically for S.F. by Árni Egilsson, Áskell Másson and Gunnar Reynir Sveinsson. S.F.: saxophones, Caput ensemble and Guðni Franzson, Kjartan Valdemarsson: piano, Einar Scheving: percussion, Reynir Sigurðsson: vibraphone, Þórður Högnason: bass, Matthías Hemstock: drums.

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Í nóttinni (2014)
Í nóttinni (2014)

S.F. Songs to the poetry of Aðalsteinn Ásberg Sigurðsson. Kristjana Stefánsdóttir: vocals, S.F.: alto saxophone, Eyþór Gunnarsson: piano, Richard Andersson: bass, Einar Scheving: drums.

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Blátt líf (2014)
Blátt líf (2014)

Blues oriented CD released to celebrate S.F.’s 50th birthday. S.F.: alto saxophone, Þórir Baldursson: Hammond organ, Jacob Fischer: guitar, Einar Scheving: drums

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The Eleventh Hour (2013)
The Eleventh Hour (2013)

New music by Sigurdur featuring his new Copenhagen Quartet - an outstanding rhythm section of leading players on the Danish scene. S.F.: Alto saxophone, Nikolaj Hess: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass and Morten Lund: drums.

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Nightfall (2013)
Nightfall (2013)

Jazz standards on the slow and lyrical side. SF: alto saxophone, Kjeld Lauritsen: Hammond B3 organ, Jacob Fischer: guitar, Kristian Leth: drums

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Land & Sky (2011)
Land & Sky (2011)

A double CD containing S.F. songs written to the poetry of Danish jazz singer Cathrine Legardh. Recorded in Copenhagen with Danish musicians. Cathrine Legardh: voice, S.F.: alto saxophone, Peter Rosendal: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass, Andreas Fryland: drums.

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Hymns of Time (2010)
Hymns of Time (2010)

Improvisations on Icelandic Hymns with church organ. SF: alto and soprano saxes, Gunnar Gunnarsson: Church organ.

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Dark Thoughts (2009)
Dark Thoughts (2009)

S.F. as improvising soloist with renowned The Norrbotten Big Band in Sweden. All S.F. compostitions arranged by Daniel Nolgård who also conducts the band. SF: alto saxophone, Norrbotten Big Band conducted by Daniel Nolgård. Guest rhythm section: Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Christian Spering: bass, Pétur Östlund: drums

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Sálgæslan: Dauði og djöfull (2011)
Sálgæslan: Dauði og djöfull (2011)

The Soul Patrol. A vocal expansion of Sigurdur’s previous blues/jazz cross-over recordings featuring blues and soul singers Andrea Gylfadóttir and Stefán Hilmarsson. SF: saxophones, Thorir Baldursson: Hammond B3 organ, Einar Scheving: drums. Strings, brass and various sidemen.

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Það sem hverfur (2009)
Það sem hverfur (2009)

Abandoned farm (2009) S.F. songs written to the poetry of Aðalsteinn Ásberg Sigurðsson about deserted farhouses in Iceland, featuring star Icelandic pop singers Ragneiður Gröndal and Egill Ólafsson Ragnheiður Gröndal and Egill Ólafsson: voice, S.F.: saxophones, clarinets and flutes, Kjartan Valdemarsson: piano, sythesizers, accordion and Hammond-organ, Matthías Hemstock: drums, percussion, electronics, nature sound samples.

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Improvisational Concertos (2008)
Improvisational Concertos (2008)

S.F. as improvising soloist with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gudmundur Óli Gunnarsson in two new concertos by Veigar Margeirsson and Ulf Adåker. S.F. saxophone soloist, Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Guðmundur Óli Gunnarsson.

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Blátt ljós (2008)
Blátt ljós (2008)

Blue light (2008) Blues oriented Hammond organ band featuring the oldest generation of working Icelandic jazz musician. All S.F. compositions. SF: alto saxophone, Thorir Baldursson: Hammond B3 organ, Jón Páll Bjarnason: guitar, Pétur Östlund: drums

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Dívan og jassmaðurinn (2007)
Dívan og jassmaðurinn (2007)

The diva and the jazzman (2007) A highly unusal duo of a female opera singer and a jazz saxophonist, otherwise unaccompanied, performing classical Icelandic songs in new original arrangements with improvisation. SF: tenor saxophone, Sólrún Bragadóttir: soprano voice

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Bláir skuggar (2007)
Bláir skuggar (2007)

Blue Shadows (2007) Blues oriented Hammond organ band featuring the oldest generation of working Icelandic jazz musicians. All S.F. compositions. SF: alto saxophone, Thorir Baldursson: Hammond B3, Jón Páll Bjarnason: guitar, Pétur Östlund: drums

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Shanghai (2007)
Shanghai (2007)

Quarte of two saxophones, bass and drums, SF/JP originals, recorded in Shanghai, China. Sigurdur Flosason / Joel Palsson Quartet SF: alto saxophone, Joel Palsson: tenor saxophone, Valdimar K. Sigurjonsson: bass, Einar Scheving: drums.

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Hvar er tunglið? (2006)
Hvar er tunglið? (2006)

Where’s the moon? (2006) Double CD - quartet + vocalist, 24 songs. All S.F. compositions to the poetry of Adalsteinn Asberg Sigurdsson. Kristjana Stefánsdóttir: vocals, SF: alto saxophone, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Valdimar K. Sigurjonsson: bass, Petur Östlund: drums.

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Leiðin heim (2005)
Leiðin heim (2005)

Heading home (2005) Quartet – all S.F. compositions. SF: Alto saxophone, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Valdimar K. Sigurjonsson: bass, Pétur Östlund: drums.

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Draumalandið (2004)
Draumalandið (2004)

Land of dreams (2004) Improvisations on Icelandic anthems and nationalistic songs with church organ. SF: S,A and B saxes, Gunnar Gunnarsson: Church organ

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Stikur (2003)
Stikur (2003)

Sticks (2003) Free improvisations mixed with some compositian by a duo two woodwind players, playing everything from contrabass clarinet to piccoloflute. SF: various saxophones, flutes and clarinets. Jóel Pálsson: various saxophones and flutes.

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Sálmar jólanna (2002)
Sálmar jólanna (2002)

Hymns of Christmas (2002) Improvisations on Icelandic and international Christmas Hymns with church organ SF: S,A and B saxes, Gunnar Gunnarsson: Church organ

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Raddir þjóðar (2002)
Raddir þjóðar (2002)

Voices of a nation (2002) Experimental and free oriented recording featuring samples of old Iclelandic singing (tapes from the National Museum of Iceland – some more than 100 years old) SF: various saxophones, flutes and clarinets, Pétur Grétarsson: electronics and percussion

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Djúpið (2001)
Djúpið (2001)

The Abyss (2001) Trio – standards, ballads and Brazilian music. SF: Alto saxophone, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass

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Sálmar lífsins (2000)
Sálmar lífsins (2000)

Hymns of life (2000) Improvisations on Icelandic Hymns with church organ SF: S,A,T and B saxes, Gunnar Gunnarsson: Church organ

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Himnastiginn (1999)
Himnastiginn (1999)

Stairway to the stars (1999) Trio – standards (mostly ballads) SF: Alto saxophone, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass

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Gengið á hljóðið (1996)
Gengið á hljóðið (1996)

Sounds from afar (1996) Quintet – all S.F. compositions. SF: Alto saxophone, Scott Wendholt: trumpet, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass, John Riley: drums.

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Gengið á lagið (1993)
Gengið á lagið (1993)

Roads to a distant place (1993) Quintet – all S.F. compositions. SF: Alto saxophone, Ulf Adåker: trumpet, Eythor Gunnarsson: piano, Lennart Ginman: bass, Pétur Östlund: drums.

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