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Lajos Dudas Trio: Live at Porgy & Bess

Read "Live at Porgy & Bess" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Vienna's Porgy & Bess Jazz Club is approaching its twentieth anniversary as an international--but intimate--venue for top jazz talent from Europe and beyond. It's the perfect setting for this live recording from the Lajos Dudas Trio. A Hungarian native living in Germany, clarinetist Dudas is teamed with long-time collaborator, guitarist Phillipp van Endert and bassist Leonard ...

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Lajos Dudas Trio: Live at Porgy & Bess

Read "Live at Porgy & Bess" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Hungarian-German clarinetist Lajos Dudas has quite the résumé in Europe, with about 50 recordings to his credit. He has been around long enough to have had clarinetist Artie Shaw remark on his talent, but do not mistake his longevity with a marriage to the traditional mainstream of jazz; it is anything but. Dudas has adventurous spirit ...

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Lajos Dudas: Live at Porgy & Bess

Read "Live at Porgy & Bess" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Budapest born and Überlingen (southern Germany) based clarinetist Lajos Dudas is one of the few, contemporary virtuosos of this woodwind in the realm of jazz. His mastery over every nuance of his instrument allows him to exploit the full breadth of its musical range with delightful ease.

The extent of Dudas' talents are heard on ...