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Violinist Daniel Weltlinger’s “Koblenz” Pays Tribute To Legacies Of Django Rheinhardt, Europe’s Sinti & Roma Peoples & Yiddish Culture

Violinist Daniel Weltlinger’s “Koblenz” Pays Tribute To Legacies Of Django Rheinhardt, Europe’s Sinti & Roma Peoples & Yiddish Culture

Deeply inspired and influenced by Django Reinhardt, the first European instrumentalist to make significant and lasting contributions to the jazz canon, the Sydney-born, Berlin-based violinist and composer Daniel Weltlinger released Souvenirs, a centenary tribute CD of the legendary Manouche composer and guitarist’s music, in 2011. Koblenz, the second in a trilogy of recordings being sponsored by BNP Paribas in Australia, is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Zohar's Nigun: The Four Questions

Read "The Four Questions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

È indiscutibilmente il violino di Daniel Weltlinger, di origini franco-magiaro-israeliane, a caratterizzare nella maniera più netta l'operare del quartetto australiano protagonista di questo bell'album: il suo incedere, così fortemente intriso di tutto quanto le succitate origini si portano appresso, segna la musica più di qualunque altro strumento. Non a caso, quando tace, la componente jazzistica si ...