SOLOALbums:

 

De to Stemmer
Grappa Records, 2004
 
 
Karoline´s music written to Norwegian lyricist Andre Bjerke (1918-85). The album was nominated for the Norwegian Grammy Award 2005.
Jakobmesse I
(composer only)
KKV Records, 2002
 
Erik HIllestad (lyrics) and Karoline (music) has written four masses  for the Cultural Church of Jakob, in Oslo. Since 2000 they have been performed every Sun evening in the winter season.
Veggen
Score from theaterperformance
Yellow Ball Music, 2011
 
Karoline & ensemble in recording of musical score. Karoline won the NOPA (Guild of Norwegian pop-composers) Award 2011 for the composition.
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Duet album with Sigvart Dagsland
Universal Records, 2013
 
Produced by acclaimed Norwegian producer Bjørn Nessjø, this first album - a holiday album -  from KK and SD contains both loved christmas tunes and new songs. 
Ding Dong - Krüger & Dagsland
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Soldaten - Krüger & ensemble
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Aldri - Karoline Krüger
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Sirkeldans
Colombia Records, 1999
 
 
 
The acoustic feel from the previous records is swapped with a more electronic expression. 
Veien til Falstad
(composer only)
pianotheme from TV-documentary,2002
 
 
Main theme from documentary about former prison camp Falstad, in Trøndelag, Norway. 
Den andre historien
KKV Records, 1996
 
 
 
Karolines second album with then longtime collaborator and arranger Atle Halstensen.
Fuglehjerte
KKV Records, 1993
 
Karoline´s first album in own writing (and her favourite to this day.) Produced by herself and Atle Halstensen, and guest appearence by Peruvian guitarist Galo Nunes. 
Veien til Falstad - Karoline Krüger
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En gang i alles liv
KKV Records, 1991
 
 
Inspired by folkmusic both from Norway & overseas, and produced by acclaimed Norwegian roots singer Jonas Fjeld, this album had an percussional and melodious air about it.
Fasetter
Noah Records, 1988
 
 
Karoline´s debut album was firmly placed in the pop segment. Produced by "For vår jord"-composer Anita Skorgan. 
You call it love
Carrere Records, 1988
 
 
 
Soundtrack from the french movie "L´etudiante". The song "You call it love" was a major hit in several european countries.