Here are 22 famous musicians from Norway died at 77:
Ragnar Frisch (March 3, 1895 Oslo-January 31, 1973 Oslo) also known as Ragnar Frisch or Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch was a Norwegian economist.
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Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson (December 8, 1832 Kvikne-April 26, 1910 Paris) a.k.a. Bjornstjerne Bjornson, Björnstjerne Björnson, Bjørnson, Bjørnstjerne or Bjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson was a Norwegian lyricist, writer, poet and playwright. He had six children, Bjørn Bjørnson, Bergliot Ibsen, Erling Bjørnson, Einar Bjørnson, Dagny Bjørnson and Dagny Bjørnson.
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Lauritz Bergendahl (April 5, 1887-April 5, 1964) was a Norwegian personality.
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John Falchenberg (September 12, 1883-November 5, 1960) was a Norwegian personality.
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Ketil Askildt (November 24, 1900-September 6, 1978) was a Norwegian personality.
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Karsten Andersen (February 16, 1920 Fredrikstad-December 15, 1997) was a Norwegian personality.
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Thekla Resvoll (May 22, 1871-June 14, 1948 Oslo) was a Norwegian scientist and botanist.
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Carl Anton Bjerknes (October 24, 1825 Oslo-March 20, 1903 Oslo) was a Norwegian mathematician and physicist.
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Fredrik Georg Gade (March 21, 1855 Bergen-March 1, 1933 Vestre Aker) was a Norwegian personality.
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Frederik Due (April 14, 1796 Trondheim-October 16, 1873 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.
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Ole Olsen (July 4, 1850 Hammerfest-November 4, 1927 Oslo) also known as Olsen, Ole was a Norwegian pianist, organist, composer, conductor and violinist.
His albums include Asgaardreien / Symphony in G major / Suite for String Orchestra and Symphony no. 1 / Trombone Concerto / Asgaardsreien. Genres he performed include Classical music.
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Gøril Havrevold (July 11, 1914 Stavanger-March 17, 1992 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.
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Suzannah Ibsen (June 26, 1836 Herøy, Møre og Romsdal-April 3, 1914 Oslo) also known as Suzannah Thoresen or Suzannah Daae Thoresen was a Norwegian personality. She had one child, Sigurd Ibsen.
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Gunnar Randers (April 21, 1914-February 7, 1992) was a Norwegian physicist.
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Jens Bolling (June 23, 1915 Levanger-December 13, 1992 Norway) was a Norwegian actor and theatre director.
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Lalla Carlsen (August 17, 1889 Svelvik-March 23, 1967 Oslo) also known as Lalla Haralda Christensen or Haralda Petrea Christensen was a Norwegian actor and singer.
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Nils Slaatto (June 22, 1923 Lillehammer-March 16, 2001 Asker) was a Norwegian architect.
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Johan Borgen (April 28, 1902 Oslo-October 16, 1979) also known as Mumle Gåsegg or Johan Collett Müller Borgen was a Norwegian writer, journalist, critic and author. He had two children, Brett Borgen and Ane Castle.
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Erling Sverdrup (February 23, 1917-March 15, 1994) was a Norwegian statistician.
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Halfdan Olaus Christophersen (December 13, 1902 Drammen-May 27, 1980) a.k.a. H. O. Christophersen was a Norwegian personality.
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Jacob Bjerknes (November 2, 1897 Stockholm-July 7, 1975 Los Angeles) was a Norwegian personality.
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Ingebjørg Sem (November 1, 1931 Buffalo-May 31, 2009 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor. She had one child, Linn Stokke.
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