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Soprano Sissel Woos U.S. Music Lovers

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Soprano Sissel Woos U.S. Music Lovers

Soprano Sissel Woos U.S. Music Lovers

Soprano Sissel Woos U.S. Music Lovers

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Sissel, a soprano who has been called "Norway's Enya," releases a new album that mixes new age, jazz, classical and pop. Practically a household name in Scandinavia, she's trying to reach a U.S. audience. Sissel speaks with NPR's Bob Edwards. Oct. 30, 2002.

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