Synonyms for follebu or Related words with follebu
Examples of "follebu"
kirke") was built in Gothic style of stone and brick between the years 1260 and 1300.
is a township and parish of Gausdal in Oppland, Norway.
parish in located in the Sør-Gudbrandsdal rural deanery.
Simen Amundsen Fougner was born at Fougner in
parish of Gausdal district ("Fougner søndre,
, Østre Gausdal") in Oppland, Norway. He was the son of farmer Amund Olsen Fougner (1652-1723). He was married to Thore Ellefsdatter Fykse (ca. 1704–1792). Fougner was an industrious and creative farmer who made good use of his land.
stone church was built in the early Middle Ages (around 1250). It is unusual in that the chancel and nave were built as one continuous piece.
He grew up in Reinøya near Tromsø, then moved to
at the age of nine and Lillehammer three years later. His parents were Pentecostals.
Aulestad is a farm and writer's house museum in
, Oppland, Norway. It is located along County Road Fv255 ("Bjørnsonvegen") between Vinstra and Hovemoen.
Gausdal is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Segalstad bru.
is a township and sub-parish in eastern Gausdal.
Located by the river Gausa a few kilometres west of
and Segalstad bru, Forset was the administrative centre of the former municipality Vestre Gausdal, now a part of Gausdal.
Elvestrand was born in Østre Gausdal. His father was an organist at Østre Gausdal Church and
Church, and he allowed Magne to play there in 1927. Elvestrand studied organ under Arild Sandvold and Fartein Valen, who dedicated his opus 33 to him, and studied theory, harmony, and counterpoint under Gustav Fredrik Lange and Per Steenberg. At the age of only 18 he was made cathedral organist at Oslo Cathedral while Eyvind Alnæs was ill and then continued in this function after Alnæs's death until Sandvold was appointed to the position. During the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Bach's death in 1950, Elvestrand played all of Bach's works at Grefsen Church, where he was organist from 1940 to 1967. He debuted as a pianist in 1956, and he performed his first full harpsichord concert in Copenhagen in 1962. Elvestrand served as the organist at Trinity Church in Oslo from 1967 to 1984. As a teacher, he worked at the Oslo Conservatory of Music from 1942 to 1954 and from 1966 to 1973, at the Norwegian Academy of Music from 1973 to 1984, and at the Huseby public school for the blind from 1952 to 1975. He retired in 1981. Elvestrand's solo album was nominated for the 1977 Spelleman Awards in the classical/contemporary music category, but the award was won by Grex Vocalis. Elvestrand died in Germany.
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