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Norsk Kjærleiksong - Various - Norwegian Neoclassical Music (CD)

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  1. Ketilar

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  2. Voodootilar

    Browse the top norwegian artists to find new music. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks you'll love.
  3. Baran

    This is a list of Norwegian musicians and bands notable enough for Wikipedia articles. The genres are as given in the individual articles. The genres are as given in the individual articles. Contents.
  4. Kazragis

    Album Theme. x. Artists from Norway. Artist Active Genre & Styles; Amethystium: s - s Neo-Classical, International Fusion: Anders Clemens Øien: Classical, Jazz.
  5. Nakinos

    Jul 29,  · Norwegian folk music about a Norse village high up in the snow covered mountains of Norway. This music is called Norway. We hope you enjoy listening to .
  6. Kagajin

    NORSK FOLKEMUSIKK Steinar Ofsdal arranged this 2-CD set which contains an impressive sampling of all aspects of Norwegian folk music and folk songs both for listening and dancing. This set accompanies the book Norsk folkemusikk og folkedans.
  7. Dirr

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  8. Yotaur

    I'm teaching myself Norwegian and I was wondering if anyone could suggest some bands who make Norwegian-language music. It was tremendously helpful for me when I was taking Spanish and could listen to Mago de Oz, for instance. Most bands from Norway that I know of are black metal (not exactly best for hearing pronunciation) or perform in English.

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