Norwegian musicians died at 72

Here are 25 famous musicians from Norway died at 72:

Lars Onsager

Lars Onsager (November 27, 1903 Oslo-October 5, 1976 Coral Gables) was a Norwegian physicist, engineer and chemist.

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Arne Rustadstuen

Arne Rustadstuen (December 14, 1905-April 25, 1978 Lillehammer) was a Norwegian personality.

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Einar Bergsland

Einar Bergsland (December 11, 1909-April 5, 1982) was a Norwegian personality.

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Trygve Lie

Trygve Lie (July 16, 1896 Oslo-December 30, 1968 Geilo) was a Norwegian politician and secretary-general of the united nations.

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Wilhelm Blystad

Wilhelm Blystad (September 15, 1881-July 4, 1954) was a Norwegian personality.

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Birger Haug

Birger Haug (August 19, 1908-January 16, 1981) was a Norwegian personality.

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Johan Ludwig Mowinckel

Johan Ludwig Mowinckel (October 22, 1870 Bergen-September 30, 1943 New York City) was a Norwegian politician.

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John Lyng

John Lyng (August 22, 1905 Trondheim-January 18, 1978 Bærum) was a Norwegian politician and lawyer. His child is Jon Lyng.

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Otto Vincent Lange

Otto Vincent Lange (November 30, 1797 Jevnaker-November 4, 1870 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.

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Wilhelm Blakstad

Wilhelm Blakstad (February 2, 1863 Asker-January 4, 1936) was a Norwegian personality. He had one child, Gudolf Blakstad.

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Christian August Selmer

Christian August Selmer (November 16, 1816 Halden-November 1, 1889 Bygdøy) was a Norwegian politician.

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Tarjei Vesaas

Tarjei Vesaas (August 20, 1897 Vinje-March 15, 1970 Oslo) was a Norwegian writer, poet, novelist and teacher. He had one child, Guri Vesaas.

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Arne Garborg

Arne Garborg (January 25, 1851 Jæren-January 14, 1924 Asker) was a Norwegian writer.

His albums: Haugtussa.

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Harry Tenbrook

Harry Tenbrook (October 9, 1887 Oslo-September 4, 1960 Woodland Hills) also known as Harry Tennebrook or Henry Olaf Hansen was a Norwegian actor.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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Geirr Tveitt

Geirr Tveitt (October 19, 1908 Bergen-February 1, 1981 Oslo) also known as Tveitt, Tveitt, Geirr or Nils Tveit was a Norwegian composer and pianist.

Discography: Prillar / Sun God Symphony, A Hundred Hardanger Tunes: Suites Nos. 1, 4 (Royal Scottish National Orchestra feat. conductor: Bjarte Engeset), A Hundred Hardanger Tunes: Suites 2, 5 (Royal Scottish National Orchestra feat. conductor: Bjarte Engeset), Piano Concerto No. 4 "Aurora Borealis" / Variations on a Folksong from Hardanger (Royal Scottish National Orchestra feat. conductor: Bjarte Engeset, piano: Håvard Gimse), Concertos for Hardanger Fiddle / Nykken, Piano Concertos Nos. 1, 5 (Royal Scottish National Orchestra feat. conductor: Bjarte Engeset, piano: Håvard Gimse), Piano Music, Volume 1: Fifty Folk-Tunes from Hardanger Nos. 38-50 / Twelve Two-Part Inventions (feat. piano: Håvard Gimse), Piano Music, Volume 1: Fifty Folk-Tunes from Hardanger, Nos. 1-37 (feat. piano: Håvard Gimse) and Piano Concertos nos. 1 & 4 (Northern Lights) / The Turtle.

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Kari Diesen

Kari Diesen (June 26, 1914 Oslo-March 18, 1987 Oslo) also known as Diesen, Kari, Kari Heide Steen, Kari Heide-Steen or Heide-Steen was a Norwegian actor and singer. She had one child, Andreas Diesen.

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Pelle Christensen

Pelle Christensen (March 9, 1923 Oslo-July 30, 1995 Norway) also known as Per Christensen or Per "Pelle" Christensen was a Norwegian actor and translator.

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Carl Abraham Pihl

Carl Abraham Pihl (January 16, 1825 Stavanger-September 14, 1897 Oslo) also known as Carl Abraham Phil was a Norwegian engineer.

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Inger Jacobsen

Inger Jacobsen (October 13, 1923 Oslo-June 21, 1996 Oslo) also known as Jacobsen, Inger was a Norwegian singer.

Genres she performed: Pop music.

She died caused by cancer.

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Ansgar Løvold

Ansgar Løvold (November 19, 1888 Kristiansund-November 12, 1961) was a Norwegian wrestler, butcher and philanthropist.

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Hans Stormoen

Hans Stormoen (May 29, 1906 Bergen-April 4, 1979 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor.

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Øyvind Vennerød

Øyvind Vennerød (July 22, 1919 Norway-September 27, 1991 Norway) a.k.a. Øyvind C. Vennerød was a Norwegian screenwriter, film director and film editor. His child is called Petter Vennerød.

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Ole-Jørgen Nilsen

Ole-Jørgen Nilsen (February 28, 1936 Halden-June 15, 2008 Oslo) also known as Ole Jorgen Nilsen was a Norwegian actor.

He died as a result of ankylosing spondylitis.

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Pål Bang-Hansen

Pål Bang-Hansen (July 29, 1937 Oslo-March 25, 2010 Norway) was a Norwegian actor, film director, screenwriter, journalist and film critic.

He died in skin cancer.

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Per Gjersøe

Per Gjersøe (October 13, 1908 Tønsberg-November 6, 1980 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor and film director.

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