Norwegian pianist, Eva Knardahl (1927-2006), was one of Norway´s foremost pianists of the 20th century. She had an expansive repertoire and diverse musical experiences. In 1984 she became the first professor of chamber music at the Norwegian Academy of Music. This record exclusively features “gems” which, in the 20th century, were played over and over again in private homes and the concert halls in Norway. Today, the repertoire is still well known to Norwegian students of music and established pianists, alike.