National Geographic : 1930 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by A. B. Wilse RJUKAN, ONE OF THE NEWEST CITIES IN NORWAY Where the misty falls of Rjukan now lend their energy to the production of calcium nitrate, in 1907 there stood only a small farm. Photograph by G. Heurlin A MEMORIAL TO A RURAL MUSICIAN This stone, on a bridge at Voss, shows the man (right center) riding a horse and playing his fiddle. Norwegian national music reached its height with Edvard Grieg, whose work was declared by Ole Bull, Norway's "violin king," to be the finest musical representation of Norse life yet attempted.