This may seem like a strange question, but how is Danish sung? That is, how does the pronunciation of spoken Danish change when it's sung.
I thought about this when I considered how much English can change when you sing it, depending on the genre. I'm sure people who listen to American pop notice things like "me" being pronounced as "may", or "my" pronounced more like "mah". I've heard "time" sung as "tahm", and I know of one song where it's rhymed with "prom".
Sometimes I think English singing has its own pronunciation. Speakers of British English and Australian English, for example, appear to adopt a similar pronunciation when they sing - well, at least in pop music.
Then, there's also choral music, where English singers will adopt a more British pronunciation. Even American choral singers, whose r's are most likely very pronounced, will drop them when singing a choral piece or hymn, as we learn (directly or indirectly) that our r's sound bad when sung.
I'm curious if Danish experiences any similar things.