Norwegian - Tones, Y, I & U sound
Examples given include hender (T1) 'hands' and hender (T2) 'happens'.
I think Norwegian u sounds tighter, more like the vowel in the Scottish pronunciation of 'house' than the vowel in 'balloon'.
Karin's demonstration of Norwegian y is esp. interesting. Note the wide open, rounded lips.
Æ Ø Å
There are many other videos on simple Norwegian expressions at: www.karinawinnem.com/youtube