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Credited cast:
Sten Broman ...
 Himself - Host (1971-1972,1976-1977,1980-)
Karl Bjarnhof ...
 Himself - Judge (Denmark) (1971-1972)
Kristian Lange ...
 Himself - Judge (Norway) (1971-1972,1976-1977)
Johannes Norrby ...
 Himself - Judge (Sweden) (1971-1972,1976-1977)
Egil Cederlöf ...
 Himself - Judge (Finland) (1971-1972)
Robert Haur ...
 Himself - Judge (Denmark) (1976-1977)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nils Hemmeth ...
 Himself - Participant (Denmark) (1980)
Erik Otto Jensen ...
 Himself - Participant (Denmark) (1980)
Knud Erik Læssøe-Stilling ...
 Himself - Participant (Denmark) (1971-1972,1976-1977)
Henrik Marcussen ...
 Himself - Participant (Denmark) (1980)
Carl Møller ...
 Himself - Participant (Denmark) (1971-1972,1976-1977)
Inger Sørensen ...
 Herself - Participant (Denmark) (1971-1972,1976-1977)


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Release Date:

30 October 1971 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Musik-quizen: Kontrapunkt  »

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(35 episodes)
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Intelligent TV quiz

This TV Quiz was a quiz about classical music, and it was a co-production between the Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Finish national broadcasting companies. The design was that the Scandinavian countries + Iceland were each represented by 3 classical music brains who competed in a quiz where they listened to classical music and discussed obscure details concerning the art form. The contestants were often enthusiastic, often eccentric and maybe also half mad. It depends what the definition is. I also liked the host, who was a swede that I can not recall the name of. He had a Skåne dialect, and was in my opinion a first class host. I used to watch this because my grand parents watched it, and I still think it is a hard core national broadcasting program. It is the kind of TV quiz that any civilized nation would embrace.

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