Petter Henriksen (born 30 November 1949) is a Norwegian musician and publisher.
|Alma mater||University of Oslo|
|Occupation||Musician and publisher|
|Relatives||Ragnvald Alfred Roscher Lund (grandfather)|
|Awards||Spellemannprisen (1975; as member of Stiftelsen)|
Henriksen was a co-founder of the song group StiftelsenSpellemannprisen in 1975. He later collaborated with singer and songwriter Kari Bremnes, and composed the melodies for her albums Mitt ville hjerte (1987) and Blå krukke (1989). The album Mitt ville hjerte was Bremnes' first solo album, it consisted of songs based on poems by Tove Ditlevsen with melodies by Henriksen, and was awarded Spellemannprisen.in 1971 (originally named Loelvens Stiftelse). The group's debut album Kva hjelp det å syngje from 1974 was awarded
Henriksen was assigned with the publishing house Kunnskapsforlaget from 1977. From 1983 he was assigned as chief editor for the publishing house Hjemmet bokforlag, where he was main editor of the encyclopedia Damms store leksikon. From 1992 he again worked for Kunnskapsforlaget, and was editor-in-chief for the third and fourth editions of the Great Norwegian Encyclopedia from 1995 to 2010.