Here are 19 famous musicians from Norway died at 64:
Edvard Grieg (June 15, 1843 Bergen-September 4, 1907 Bergen) also known as F. Grieg, Grieg, Grieg Edvard, Edvard Krieg, Edvard Hagerup Grieg, Griege, Edward Grieg, E. Grieg, Greig, Grieg, Eduard, 그리그, Edvard Greig, Edvard Greg, Edvart Grieg, Edvart Greig or Edvart Greg was a Norwegian composer and pianist. He had one child, Alexandra Grieg.
His albums include Suites and Dances, Peer Gynt / Sigurd Jorsalfar, Greatest Hits, Piano Sonata / Lyric Pieces (Leif Ove Andsnes ), Complete Piano Music, Piano Music, Volume 2: Improvisations on 2 Norwegian Folk-Songs / 25 Norwegian Folk-Songs and Dances / 19 Norwegian Folk-Songs / A Ballad to Saint Olaf / The First Meeting, Piano Music, Volume 4: Holberg Suite / Slåtter, op. 72 / Six Norwegian Mountain Melodies / Melodies of Norway / Morning Mood, Piano Music, Volume 5: Norges Melodier, EG 108 (Einar Steen-Nøkleberg), Piano Music, Volume 7: Norges Melodier, EG 108 (Einar Steen-Nøkleberg) and Lyric Pieces / Sonata / 7 Fugues. Genres he performed include Incidental music, Art song, Chamber music and Classical music.
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Bjørn Odmar Andersen (March 14, 1943 Horten-January 4, 2008) was a Norwegian personality.
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John Johansen (February 26, 1883-October 15, 1947) was a Norwegian personality.
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Rolf Holmberg (August 24, 1914-July 5, 1979) was a Norwegian personality.
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Odd Frantzen (January 20, 1913 Bergen-October 2, 1977 Bergen) was a Norwegian personality.
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Nils Eriksen (March 5, 1911 Skien-May 5, 1975 Moss) was a Norwegian personality.
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Alexander Pedersen (February 4, 1891-February 10, 1955) was a Norwegian personality.
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Johan Castberg (September 21, 1862 Brevik-December 24, 1926 Oslo) was a Norwegian jurist. He had two children, Frede Castberg and Torgrim Castberg.
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Carl Graff-Wang (April 18, 1943-December 18, 2007) was a Norwegian personality.
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Oscar Torp (August 6, 1893 Skjeberg-May 1, 1958 Oslo) also known as Oscar Fredrik Torp or Oscar Frederik Torp was a Norwegian politician and electrician. He had one child, Reidar Torp.
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Mari Bjørgan (November 7, 1950 Stavern-November 30, 2014) was a Norwegian personality.
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Wilhelm Henie (September 7, 1872 Oslo-May 10, 1937 Oslo) also known as Hans Wilhelm Henie was a Norwegian figure skating coach and furrier. His child is Sonja Henie.
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Julie Ege (November 12, 1943 Høyland-April 29, 2008 Oslo) also known as Dzuli Ege, julie_ege or Julie Dzuli was a Norwegian actor, nurse and model. She had one child, Joanna Ege.
She died in breast cancer.
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Inger Marie Andersen (November 25, 1930 Norway-April 29, 1995 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.
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Nils Otto Tank (March 11, 1800 Halden-May 4, 1864 Green Bay) a.k.a. Otto Tank or Niels Otto Tank was a Norwegian missionary, teacher and businessperson.
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Arild Brinchmann (January 31, 1922 Oslo-October 9, 1986 Oslo) also known as Arild Ludvig Brinchmann was a Norwegian film director, theatre director and television director.
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Magne Oftedal (March 10, 1921 Sandnes-May 26, 1985 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.
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Egil Johansen (January 11, 1934 Oslo-December 4, 1998 Sweden) was a Norwegian personality. He had one child, Jan Johansen.
Genres he performed: Jazz.
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Bjarne Amdahl (August 17, 1903 Trondheim-April 5, 1968) was a Norwegian film score composer and conductor.
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