|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rødt & Hvidt||12||Audio||1979||Medley Records|
|2||Rødt & Hvidt 2||13||Audio||1979||Medley Records|
|3||Mathilde Synger Julesalmer||10||Audio||1984||Polydor|
Artist name of Danish violinist, vocalist Mette [a=Mathilde Bondo], best known as part of the husband/wife folk duo [a=Lasse & Mathilde]. Reputedly she met with Tom Waits in Copenhagen in 1976 and became the object of Waits's "Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen)" w. the refrain "Waltzing Mathilda" adapted from the Australian traditional. She's also referred to as "Lange Lone" in the [a=Kim Larsen] song "Østre Gasværk".