I myself have never been there, but have heard Viking stories (scary!) and some of the Norse fairy tales (even more scary). Have seen pictures of the fiords, and other majestic scenery. And I have enjoyed listening to the sounds of Edvard Grieg, the Norwegian composer. His Morning Song is a favorite for me, ever since playing its melody with my very first piano lessons.
In 1874 (my ancestors were still in Norway then) he wrote orchestral music for a play, Peer Gynt. This music included "Morning" and another very well-known piece, "In the Hall of the Mountain King."
I WAS going to just include one video link here-- I found a really amazing version of "In the Hall of the Mountain King," played by guitarist and luthier Keith Medley on his handbuilt harp guitar (yes, a harp guitar-- there are 27 strings on this one). BUT-- there is also a very fun piano rendition of this same song; the performer, James Rhodes, says it is the Jimi Hendrix version. No way could I leave this awesome piano virtuoso performance out! You will really get the feel of the intensity of the chase when you see and hear this one.
Here are the two videos: Keith Medley - harp guitar