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English: A Hardanger fiddle made by Knut Gunnarsson Helland. Owned by Monica Skaro, who inherited it from her grandfather Knut Skaro from Geilo, Norway.
Norsk bokmål: Hardingfele laget av Knut Gunnarsson Helland. Eier er Monica Skaro, som arvet den etter sin bestefar Knut Skaro fra Geilo.
Date 4 March 2006
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Author Frode Inge Helland
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