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Number of hits: 9 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Carsten Woll.

Aa kjöre vatten aa kjöre ve

9246: Edison Blue Amberol
6663: Edison Record

[1920]

2

Carsten Woll.

Astri! Mi Astri!

9245: Edison Blue Amberol
6664: Edison Record

[1920]

3

Carsten Woll.

Gamble Norge

9247: Edison Blue Amberol
6675: Edison Record

[1920]

4

Tenor solo (in Norwegian) performed by Carsten Woll ; with orchestra accompaniment.

Ingalill / [Rosenfeld].

9248: Edison Blue Amberol

5

Carsten Woll.

Ja vi elsker dette landet

9244: Edison Blue Amberol
6702: Edison Record

[1920]

6

Carsten Woll.

Jeg längter mot sol og sommer

9251: Edison Blue Amberol
7396: Edison Record

[1921]

7

Carsten Woll.

Majnat

9250: Edison Blue Amberol
7428: Edison Record

[1921]

8

Carsten Woll.

Saeterjentens sondag

9243: Edison Blue Amberol
6671-C: Edison Record

[1919]

9

Carsten Woll.

Sommersol til sidste stund!

9252: Edison Blue Amberol
6755: Edison Record

[1922]

 


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