From the context here, I'm not sure I know how morgenstemning is used. Morning mood isn't really an expression I use or have heard in English.
How would you say "morning mood" as in when you wake up in the morning in a bad mood?
You could say that you're "morgengretten", literally "morning grumpy". It has its own dictionary entry and all.
Doesn't mean anything in English - it's not that clear what it is supposed to mean in Norwegian. I don't think this is useful, especially without any explanation or context.
Is the concept typically Norwegian? I have never come across such a thing! Has it got a negative or positive or neutral connotation?
Thank you for the link, I never knew the composer was Norwegian...
But I still don't know if morgenstemning is typically Norwegian way of expressing a particular feeling (positive? Negative? Neutral?) or something? I tried to google but I haven't found anything about it.
Usually I wouldn't associate Grieg's composition with my morgenstemning...
I am familiar with the tune, but did not know its title, composer or that it comes from Peer Gynt. Takk.