Danish musicians died at 67

Here are 19 famous musicians from Denmark died at 67:

Peder Oluf Pedersen

Peder Oluf Pedersen (June 19, 1874 Denmark-August 30, 1941 Copenhagen) was a Danish physicist and engineer.

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Emil Christian Hansen

Emil Christian Hansen (May 8, 1842 Ribe-August 27, 1909 Copenhagen) was a Danish scientist.

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Karl Stegger

Karl Stegger (January 11, 1913 Aarhus-April 13, 1980 Frederiksberg) a.k.a. Carl Johan Stegger Sørensen or Karl Johan Stegger Sørensen was a Danish actor.

He died as a result of pneumonia.

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George Schnéevoigt

George Schnéevoigt (December 23, 1893 Copenhagen-February 6, 1961 Copenhagen) also known as George Schneevoigt or Fritz Ernst George Fischer was a Danish screenwriter, cinematographer, film director and actor. He had one child, Alf Schnéevoigt.

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Johannes Helms

Johannes Helms (November 8, 1828-December 4, 1895) was a Danish writer.

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Bent Hansen

Bent Hansen (September 13, 1933-March 8, 2001) was a Danish personality.

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Kresten Bjerre

Kresten Bjerre (February 22, 1946 Copenhagen-February 19, 2014) was a Danish personality.

He died in cancer.

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Bjørn Puggaard-Müller

Bjørn Puggaard-Müller (March 13, 1922 Gentofte Municipality-May 13, 1989 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

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Ingeborg Brams

Ingeborg Brams (December 9, 1921 Hobro-October 14, 1989 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

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Henny Lauritzen

Henny Lauritzen (April 5, 1871 Copenhagen-December 7, 1938) a.k.a. Henny Johanne Marie Lauritzen or Henny Poulsen was a Danish actor. She had one child, Torkil Lauritzen.

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Erik Mørk

Erik Mørk (December 3, 1925 Copenhagen-January 27, 1993 Copenhagen) was a Danish actor. He had one child, Christian Mørk.

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Ebba Amfeldt

Ebba Amfeldt (December 21, 1906 Denmark-June 1, 1974 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

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Christian Detlev Reventlow

Christian Detlev Reventlow (June 21, 1671 Haderslev-October 1, 1738) was a Danish personality. He had one child, Christian Ditlev Reventlow.

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Jens Grand

Jens Grand (April 5, 1260-May 29, 1327 Avignon) was a Danish personality.

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George I of Greece

George I of Greece (December 24, 1845 Copenhagen-March 18, 1913 Thessaloniki) a.k.a. Prince Christian Wilhelm Ferdinand Adolf Georg of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg was a Danish politician. He had eight children, Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess Alexandra Georgievna of Russia, Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark, Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, Constantine I of Greece, Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark, Prince George of Greece and Denmark and Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark.

He died caused by assassination.

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Jens Adolf Jerichau

Jens Adolf Jerichau (April 17, 1816 Assens-July 25, 1883 Copenhagen) was a Danish personality.

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Gustav Helsted

Gustav Helsted (January 30, 1857-March 1, 1924) was a Danish personality.

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Kai Normann Andersen

Kai Normann Andersen (April 11, 1900 Denmark-June 24, 1967 Denmark) also known as Kaj Normann-Andersen was a Danish film score composer.

Genres: Film score.

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Sophia Magdalena of Denmark

Sophia Magdalena of Denmark (July 3, 1746 Christiansborg Palace-August 21, 1813 Ulriksdal Palace) was a Danish personality. She had two children, Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Prince Carl Gustav.

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