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Annbjørg Lien
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Norway
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Annbjørg was a child prodigy of a sort. Having learned hardanger fiddle from her father, she started playing concerts in her teens and quickly rose to national prominence on her chosen instrument. In the 90s she was a member of the group Bukkene Bruse.
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http://www.annbjorglien.com
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Releases on file (9)
Annbjørg Lien — Aliens Alive Annbjørg Lien — Aliens Alive
(NorthSide NSD6068, 2002, CD)
Bukkene Bruse — Den Fagraste Rosa (The Loveliest Rose) Bukkene Bruse — Den Fagraste Rosa (The Loveliest Rose)
(NorthSide NSD6067, 2002, CD)
Annbjørg Lien — Baba Yaga Annbjørg Lien — Baba Yaga
(NorthSide NSD6044, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots 2 Various Artists — Nordic Roots 2
(NorthSide NSD6040, 1999, CD)
Brukkene Bruse — Steinstolen (The Stone Chair) Brukkene Bruse — Steinstolen (The Stone Chair)
(NorthSide NSD6032, 1999, CD)
Annbjørg Lien — Prisme Annbjørg Lien — Prisme
(Shanachie 64082, 1996, CD)
Bukkene Bruse — Åre Bukkene Bruse — Åre
(Grappa GRCD 4100, 1995, CD)
Annbjørg Lien — Felefeber Annbjørg Lien — Felefeber
(Shanachie 64060, 1994, CD)
Bukkene Bruse — Bukkene Bruse Bukkene Bruse — Bukkene Bruse
(Grappa GRCD 4053, 1993, CD)

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