Alf Knudsen was the director of the Norwegian Male Chorus in Seattle.  Terje Leiren is a professor at Pacific Lutheran University.  
Terje may have some insight into whether there were recordings.

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From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Suzanne Wint
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Help finding a recording of Aagot Lunde--if it even exists

Richard -

Also mention of one of her performances in this dissertation. I don't have full access, but it might give details of a recording, or have a discography or something.

The Norwegian male chorus movement in America: A study <,contains,aagot%20lunde&sortby=rank&facet=rtype,include,dissertations&offset=0>
Knudsen, Alf Leiren, Terje I. (advisor)
ProQuest Dissertations Publishing 1989
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
"singing of Grieg's Landk.i enn i no with Sven Wolf as the soloist, John R.
Ortegren, conductor, and Aagot Lunde singing Ole Bu 1 1 ' s Sater..i en tens"

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 4:09 AM Suzanne Wint <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Just had a quick peek in a database on St Olaf College's website - 
> they have a pretty robust history of Norwegian American music (and 
> plain history, too). You might contact their library to see if anyone 
> has ideas that aren't catalogued. The school was founded to educate 
> immigrants from Norway, so it's kind of their thing.
> Anyway, just a cursory search turn up this quick mention:
> "Notes and News" The Woman's Journal, 08 February 1902, Vol.XXXIII(6),
> p.45
> Good luck!
> On Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 12:20 PM Richard L. Hess 
> <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>> Hi, All,
>> I received a question from a relative of mine requesting my 
>> assistance in finding a recording. I was the wrong person to ask as I 
>> have been focusing on the technical side of ARSC-land, but I know 
>> many of you focus on the content side, so I hope someone would have 
>> some ideas. FYI, my relative is a forensic pathologist.
>> "I have just written a paper about one of my pathology heroes, James 
>> Homer Wright, the founding pathologist at Massachusetts General 
>> Hospital in Boston."
>> "Wright married Aagot Lunde, a Norwegian contralto, who moved to 
>> Boston circa 1890 and performed extensively in Boston and New York 
>> City, and also around the US, especially in cities with large numbers 
>> of resident Scandinavians. She mostly sang Norwegian, Swedish, or 
>> other Scandinavian music, usually at small venues but occasionally large ones.
>> "Wright and Lunde were married on Christmas Day in 1901.  After that, 
>> she became a socialite and only performed occasionally, usually at 
>> charity events.
>> "Do you know whether there any kind of database that might be able to 
>> tell me whether there is any recording of Aagot Lunde that is extant?
>> She sometimes performed with her sister Sigrid Lunde, a soprano."
>> THANKS in advance, and Happy New Year!
>> Cheers,
>> Richard
>> --
>> Richard L. Hess                   email: [log in to unmask]
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>> Quality tape transfers -- even from hard-to-play tapes.
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> Suzanne Wint, Ph.D.
> Independent Ethnomusicologist
> West St. Paul, MN

Suzanne Wint, Ph.D.
Independent Ethnomusicologist
West St. Paul, MN