Here are 40 famous musicians from Norway died at 78:
Lucy Smith (October 12, 1934-August 27, 2013 Oslo) was a Norwegian lawyer.
She died caused by disease.
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Thorbjørn Egner (December 12, 1912 Oslo-December 24, 1990 Oslo) also known as Egner, Thorbjørn was a Norwegian writer.
His albums include Folk og røvere i Kardemomme by, Karius og Baktus & De seksten beste Egner-viser, Ole Brumm og vennene hans, Karius og Baktus, Karius und Baktus, Musikantene kommer til byen, Gode Gamle Egnerviser, Beste Egnerviser, Kardemommeviser and Doktor Dyregod.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Arvid Fladmoe (May 8, 1915-November 18, 1993) was a Norwegian conductor.
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Hans Vinjarengen (August 20, 1905 Nordre Land-February 1, 1984 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.
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Olaf Hoffsbakken (September 2, 1908-November 23, 1986 Gjøvik) was a Norwegian personality.
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Hallgeir Brenden (February 10, 1929 Trysil-September 21, 2007 Lillehammer) was a Norwegian personality.
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Christian Peder Bianco Boeck (September 5, 1798-April 5, 1877) was a Norwegian physician.
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Eugen Haugland (July 12, 1912-October 21, 1990) was a Norwegian personality.
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Carl Alfred Pedersen (May 5, 1882-June 25, 1960) was a Norwegian personality.
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Gunnar Andersen (March 18, 1890 Drøbak-April 25, 1968 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.
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Sverre Helgesen (May 26, 1903 Norway-November 4, 1981) was a Norwegian personality.
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Harald Stenerud (May 10, 1897-February 5, 1976) was a Norwegian personality.
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Alfred Næss (April 26, 1877 Oslo-July 6, 1955 Strasshof an der Nordbahn) was a Norwegian personality.
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Christen Christensen (September 9, 1845-November 16, 1923) was a Norwegian personality. His child is Lars Christensen.
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Leif Høegh (April 21, 1896-May 1, 1974) was a Norwegian personality.
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Hans Nilsen Hauge (November 3, 1853-December 17, 1931) was a Norwegian politician.
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Arne Nordheim (June 20, 1931 Larvik-June 5, 2010 Oslo) a.k.a. Nordheim, Arne was a Norwegian composer.
Related albums: Dodeka, Epitaffio, Doria & Greening, Electric, The Nordheim Tapes, Magic Island (Bit 20 Ensemble feat. conductor: Ingar Bergby), , String Quartets, String Quartets and Grieg: String Quartets Arranged for String Orchestra / Nordheim: Rendezvous. Genres he performed: 20th-century classical music, Ballet and Chamber music.
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Bertrand Narvesen (April 29, 1860-March 7, 1939) was a Norwegian personality.
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Alf Brodal (January 25, 1910 Oslo-February 29, 1988 Bærum) was a Norwegian personality.
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Konrad Nielsen (August 27, 1875-November 27, 1953 Oslo) was a Norwegian personality.
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Harald Ulrik Sverdrup (February 18, 1813 Vestfold-April 23, 1891) was a Norwegian entrepreneur. His children are Georg Sverdrup, Jakob Sverdrup and Edvard Sverdrup.
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Emil Stang (June 14, 1834 Oslo-July 4, 1912 Oslo) was a Norwegian politician and lawyer.
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Arnulf Øverland (April 27, 1889 Kristiansund-March 25, 1968 Oslo) a.k.a. Ole Peter Arnulf Øverland, A. Överland, Arnulf Overland, A. Overland or Ole Peter Arnulf Overland was a Norwegian writer and screenwriter.
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Henrik Ibsen (March 20, 1828 Skien-May 23, 1906 Oslo) also known as Ibsen, Henrik Johan Ibsen, Hendrik Ibsen, H. Ibsen, The Father of Modern Drama, Enrique Ibsen, Henryk Ibsen, Henrik Ibsén or the father of realism was a Norwegian playwright, poet, theatre director, writer and author. His child is Sigurd Ibsen.
He died as a result of stroke.
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Werner Werenskiold (April 5, 1883 Paris-April 5, 1961 Bærum) was a Norwegian geologist.
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Hans Gude (March 13, 1825 Oslo-August 17, 1903 Berlin) also known as Hans Fredrik Gude or Hans F. Gude was a Norwegian artist, painter and visual artist. He had two children, Ove Gude and Nils Gude.
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Gunnar Sønstevold (November 26, 1912 Elverum-October 18, 1991) a.k.a. Gunnar Sönstevold was a Norwegian film score composer, composer and music teacher.
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Carl Paul Caspari (February 8, 1814 Dessau-April 11, 1892 Oslo) otherwise known as Charles Paul Caspari, Karl Paul Caspari or C. P. Caspari was a Norwegian personality. His child is Theodor Caspari.
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Georg Adelly (October 19, 1919 Vardal-October 26, 1997 Gothenburg) also known as George Adelly or Georg Ingvald Adelly was a Norwegian actor. He had one child, Björn Adelly.
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Elna Kimmestad (July 30, 1918 Oslo-March 21, 1997 Norway) was a Norwegian actor and film director.
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Turid Balke (July 25, 1921 Kirkenes-January 5, 2000 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor, playwright, artist, visual artist, film director and author.
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Alette Schreiner (May 18, 1873 Oslo-December 26, 1951 Oslo) also known as Alette Falch was a Norwegian writer and researcher.
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Lars Andreas Larssen (March 27, 1935 Melbu-January 29, 2014 Oslo) also known as Lars Larsen was a Norwegian actor. His children are called Vetle Lid Larssen, Gaute Lid Larssen and Lars Larssen Naumann.
He died caused by alzheimer's disease.
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Maj Sønstevold (September 9, 1917 Sollefteå-March 14, 1996) was a Norwegian film score composer, composer and teacher.
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Agnar Mykle (August 8, 1915 Trondheim-January 15, 1994 Asker) was a Norwegian writer and author.
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Finn Carling (October 1, 1925 Oslo-March 12, 2004 Oslo) was a Norwegian novelist, playwright, poet, essayist, author and writer.
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Erik Amundsen (February 1, 1937 Oslo-February 22, 2015) was a Norwegian musician.
His albums: Portrait of a Norwegian Jazz Artist, Tenderly, Remember and The Oslo Jazz Circle jubilee concert in the fall of 1998. Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Christian Cornelius Paus (October 18, 1800 Skien-April 8, 1879) was a Norwegian personality.
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Egil Eide (August 24, 1868 Haugesund-December 13, 1946 Haugesund) otherwise known as Egil Naess Eide was a Norwegian film director and actor.
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Sophie Reimers (April 19, 1853 Bergen-April 9, 1932) was a Norwegian actor.
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