Here are 34 famous musicians from Denmark died at 66:
Ole Worm (May 13, 1588 Aarhus-August 31, 1654 Copenhagen) was a Danish physicist, scientist and physician.
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Louis Sigurd Fridericia (February 24, 1881 Copenhagen-February 26, 1947) a.k.a. Dr. Louis Sigurd Fridericia was a Danish physician.
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Erik Pontoppidan (September 3, 1698 Aarhus-December 20, 1764 Copenhagen) also known as Erich Pontoppidan was a Danish personality.
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Aage Winther-Jørgensen (May 16, 1900 Denmark-April 10, 1967 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
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Helge Rode (October 16, 1870 Frederiksberg-March 23, 1937) was a Danish writer.
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Knud Andersen (July 2, 1900-January 9, 1967) was a Danish personality.
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Kai Johansen (July 23, 1940 Odense-May 13, 2007) was a Danish personality.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Ole Fritsen (July 18, 1941 Vejle-May 11, 2008) was a Danish personality.
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Olaf Fønss (October 17, 1882 Aarhus-March 11, 1949 Copenhagen) also known as Olaf Fönss or Olaf Holger Axel Fønss was a Danish film director, actor, film producer, author and screenwriter.
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Carl Nielsen (June 9, 1865 Sortelung-October 3, 1931 Copenhagen) also known as Nielsen, Carl (1865 - 1931), Nielsen or Nielsen, Carl was a Danish composer, conductor and violinist.
His albums: Symphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable", The Six Symphonies / The Three Concertos, Concertos for Clarinet, Flute & Violin, etc., Symphonies 1 & 6, Symphonies 2 & 3, Aladdin, Op. 34 (The Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra & Chamber Choir feat. conductor: Gennadi Rozhdestvensky), Carl Nielsen (Det Jyske Ensemble), Piano Pieces, Symphonies Nos.3 Op.27 "Sinfonia Espansiva" and 4 Op.29 "The Inextinguishable" (Royal Danish Orchestra feat. conductor: Paavo Berglund) and BBC Music, Volume 9, Number 9: Clarinet Concerto / Symphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable" (BBC National Orchestra of Wales). Genres: Opera, Art song, Chamber music and Incidental music.
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Lau Lauritzen, Jr. (June 26, 1910 Vejle-May 12, 1977 Copenhagen) also known as Lau Lauritzen, Lau Junior, Lau Junr. or Gøj was a Danish screenwriter, film director, actor and film producer. His children are Lone Lau, Lau Lauritzen (III) and Anne Lauritzen.
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Hardy Rafn (September 17, 1930 Slagelse-January 23, 1997 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
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Poul Thomsen (February 15, 1922 Præstø-December 16, 1988 Gentofte Municipality) a.k.a. Johannes Poul Thomsen was a Danish actor.
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Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen (September 22, 1915 Denmark-April 24, 1982 Denmark) also known as Sitter Horne-Rasmussen or Sitter was a Danish actor. She had one child, Dorte Passer.
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Børge Møller Grimstrup (February 15, 1906-October 30, 1972 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
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Lise Ringheim (May 15, 1928 Frederiksberg-September 25, 1994 Frederiksberg) also known as Lisa Ringheim was a Danish actor. She had one child, Marianne Moritzen.
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Knud Heglund (July 10, 1894 Copenhagen-September 1, 1960 Gentofte Municipality) otherwise known as Knud Lars Valdemar Heglund or Heglund, Knud was a Danish actor.
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John Wittig (October 22, 1921 Middelfart-October 23, 1987 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
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Aage Foss (May 18, 1885-February 8, 1952) was a Danish actor.
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Bjarne Forchhammer (September 14, 1903 Germany-April 3, 1970 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
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Anders Petersen (December 16, 1899-April 28, 1966) was a Danish personality.
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Jesper Klein (November 13, 1944 Næstved-August 22, 2011 Frederiksberg) was a Danish actor and screenwriter. He had one child, Sebastian Klein.
He died in liver cancer.
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Thomas Madsen-Mygdal (December 24, 1876 Hjørring-February 23, 1943 Copenhagen) was a Danish politician.
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Hugo Egmont Hørring (August 17, 1842 Copenhagen-February 13, 1909) was a Danish politician.
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Svend Auken (May 24, 1943 Aarhus-August 4, 2009 Copenhagen) was a Danish politician. He had four children, David Auken, Adam Auken, Louise Auken and Jessica Auken.
He died as a result of prostate cancer.
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Joseph Christian Lillie (March 20, 1760 Copenhagen-January 29, 1827 Lübeck) was a Danish architect.
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Ferdinand Anton Danneskiold-Laurvig (July 1, 1688 Dresden-September 18, 1754 Copenhagen) was a Danish personality.
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Albret Skeel (November 23, 1572 Denmark-April 9, 1639 Copenhagen) was a Danish personality.
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Aksel Sandemose (March 19, 1899 Nykøbing Mors-August 6, 1965 Copenhagen) also known as Axel Nielsen was a Danish novelist, teacher, journalist, sailor and lumberjack. His children are Bjarne Sandemose and .
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Erik Aaes (April 27, 1899 Nordby-March 19, 1966 Charlottenlund) also known as Éric Aes was a Danish production designer, set decorator and film art director.
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Carl Hansen (January 21, 1887 Copenhagen-July 16, 1953 Copenhagen) was a Danish athlete.
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Barbara Hutton (November 14, 1912 New York City-May 11, 1979 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Barbara Woolworth Hutton, Poor Little Rich Girl or Princess was a Danish personality. She had one child, Lance Reventlow.
She died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Margit Brandt (January 27, 1945 Hellerup-October 24, 2011) also known as Margit brandt was a Danish fashion designer. She had two children, Emilie Brandt Luke and Julie Brandt.
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Robert Storm Petersen (September 19, 1882 Copenhagen-March 6, 1949 Copenhagen) also known as Storm P., P. Storm or Robert Storm-Petersen was a Danish cartoonist, writer, illustrator, painter and humorist.
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