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Spellemannpris winners announced

Posted: 20. Jan, 2014

The award ceremony for the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy – the Spellemanpris – held this weekend.

This weekend saw the awards ceremony for the 2013 Spellemannpris Awards – the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy staged at the Stavanger Concert Hall.

A total of 23 awards were bestowed to Spellemannpris recipients with veterans Anne Grete Preus and Ole Paus receiving the evening’s most prestigious prizes; respectively the Honorary Award of the Year and Spellemann of the Year awards.

Full list of Spellemannpris 2013 winners:

Children’s music: Tullskattesnutene – «Vi vil ut på byen»
Blues: Gina Aspenes – «Inertia»
Country: Bendik Brænne – «How To Fake It In America»
Dance orchestra/schläger: Hanne Mette – «Minner»
Elektronica/EDM: Ralph Myerz – «Super Sonic Pulse»
Traditional folk music: Ingebjørg Bratland and Odd Nordstoga – «Heimafrå»
Indie: Young Dreams – «Between Places»
Jazz: Karin Krog & John Surman – «Songs About This And That»
Classical: Oslo String Quartet – «The Schubert Connection»
Composer of the Year: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Rolf Gupta, Gjermund Larsen – «Lars Petter Hagen»
Metal: Kvelertak – «Meir»
Pop group: Real Ones – «Tonight Only Tonight / The Morning After»
Pop soloist: Monica Heldal – «Boy From The North»
Rock: King Midas – «Rosso»
Contemporary: Christian Wallumrød Ensemble – «Outstairs»
Lyricist of the Year: Frida Ånnevik – «Ville Ord»
Urban: Don Martin – «En gang Romsåsgutt alltid Romsåsgutt»
Folk: Moddi – «Kæm va du?»
Open Class: Susanna and Ensemble neoN – «The Forester»
Hit of the Year: Ylvis – «The Fox»
Newcomer of the Year – Gramo Scholarship Recipient: Monica Heldal – «Boy From The North»
Honorary Award of the Year: Anne Grete Preus
Spellemann of the Year: Ole Paus

http://www.spellemann.no/

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