Elisabeth ,og Geir Granneman - Revefamilien I Vriomskogen (7", Single).
Elisabeth Höngen (7 December 1906 – 7 August 1997) was a German operatic mezzo-soprano and singing-actress. She was particularly associated with Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss roles, and with Verdi's Lady Macbeth. From 1947 onward she was one of the Vienna State Opera's most prominent artists for nearly 30 years. Höngen was born in Gevelsberg, Germany. She publicly performed as a violinist at age 15.
Scott Granneman is an author, educator, & partner in a Web development company in St. Louis, Missouri. Scott has written six books, contributed to two, and penned monthly columns for SecurityFocus and Linux Magazine. He is an Adjunct Professor at Washington University in St. Louis & Webster University, teaching courses on technology, security, web development, & the Internet.
Album: Elisabeth Granneman. Elisabeth Granneman - Jonatan Norske Toppartister, 1972 02:20. Elisabeth Granneman - To Og To Er Fire Omatt og omatt, 1976 02:28. Artist: Elisabeth Granneman.
popsangerinne, 1962 : Operasjon Løvsprett, 1961 : Sønner av Norge Bibliografi, Revefamilien i Vriomskogen – barnebok ( 1967. av samfunnet : " Støv på hjernen " ( 1959 ), " Sønner av Norge " ( 1961 ) og " Sønner av Norge kjøper bil. Sønner av Norge " ( 1961 ) og " Sønner av Norge kjøper bil " ( 1962 ). Disse filmene er typiske for. Benjamin Wegner i 1822 og bosatte seg dermed i Norge. Sønner av Johann Theodor Roscher Flere av Johann Theodor Roschers sønner.
Elisabeth Granneman (born Inger Elisabeth Fauk) (11 May 1930 – 28 March 1992) was a Norwegian singer, songwriter, children's writer and actress. She played at the revue theatre Chat Noir from 1960, where she first achieved popularity with Bias Bernhoft's song "Omatt og omatt" in 1961. Her film debut was in Sønner av Norge from 1961. In 1964 she won the National Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 1964 with the song "Spiral" (which was performed by Arne Bendiksen in the Eurovision Final).