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LAWO Classics is a Norwegian classical record label, founded by Vegard Landaas and Thomas Wolden in 2008 and based in Oslo. Its main focus is to release music by Norwegian musicians and composers.
The company's vision is to find outstanding musicians and to make recordings of exquisite sound quality in the high resolution DXD format with great attention to detail.
The company has released more than two hundred albums with repertoire ranging from Gregorian chant via core classical repertoire to contemporary music, and aims to continue to contribute to the recorded heritage of Norwegian music from older and more recent periods.
The company's recordings are distributed to forty countries, with central Europe, USA, Japan and South Korea as the largest areas, and are also distributed digitally.
Further information: lawo.no
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