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Stefan Nilsson

Stefan Nilsson
Stefan Nilsson is a Swedish composer and pianist, best known for his film music. He was formerly of the band Kornet.
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Stefan Nilsson — The Gift Stefan Nilsson — The Gift
(Danmisic CD002, 2015, CD)
Stefan Nilsson — Filmmusik Stefan Nilsson — Filmmusik
(Virgin 7243 8 46952 2 4, 1998, CD)
Stefan Nilsson — Bandstories Stefan Nilsson — Bandstories
(Classic Hawk CLH CD 702, 1989, CD)
Stefan Nilsson — Romantic Piano Dreams Stefan Nilsson — Romantic Piano Dreams
(Breakthru ABCD5, 1985/1986, CD)
Stefan Nilsson — Det Är Nu Först Jag Ska Börja Stefan Nilsson — Det Är Nu Först Jag Ska Börja
(Sonet SLP-2662, 1980, LP)
Kornet — Kornet III Kornet — Kornet III
(Pick Up PULP 79-301, 1979, LP)
Kornet — Frit Fall Kornet — Frit Fall
(Manifest MAN 011, 1977, LP)
Kornet — Kornet Kornet — Kornet
(Manifest MAN 005, 1975, LP)

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