Yes, Norway did have other composers, although most people will only know Grieg. The best of the rest is without doubt his contemporary Johan Svendsen (1840-1911), whose education in Leipzig resulted in a more Central European sound. No fjords evocation in his music, but his compositions are well worthwhile. Especially his two surviving symphonies from 1865-1874 (his wife burned the only copy of the third), which get a very good performance in this Naxos disc by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Bjarte Engeset. Highly recommended for lovers of romantic music outside the mainstream composers.