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Agnar Mar Magnusson

Agnar Már Magnússon began musical studies at a young age. After graduating from the FÍH school of music in Reykjav


Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mór; Blástjarnan; Hlidskjálfs Sjóla Haukur Rólid Missti; Ísaspöng Af Andans Hyl; Almáttugur Gud Allra Stétta; Módir islands; Grafskrift Saemundar Klemenssonar; Island Farsaelda Frón; Svördur.


Agnar Mar Magnusson: Mór

Read "Mór" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

Agnar Mar Magnusson's blend of Icelandic folk tradition with jazz is of an especially smooth sort. For his newest trio effort--the follow-up to his 2018 adventure Hending, featuring New York guitarist Lage Lund--the Icelandic pianist is not only influenced by folk melodies but actually rearranges original folk songs for trio. To top it off, the trio ...


Take Five With Scott McLemore

Read "Take Five With Scott McLemore" reviewed by Scott McLemore

Meet Scott McLemore: Born in Norfolk, Virginia in 1973, Scott McLemore spent over a decade in New York where he was equally at home playing in the trios of saxophonist Tony Malaby, guitarist Ben Monder, pianist Michael Kanan and George Colligan. Although he is best known for his work with Icelandic pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs ...



Featuring the music of Agnar Mar Magnusson
Duration: 8:02

Recorded at the Reykjavik jazz festival in 2008. Live recording of a record called Kvika released recently on Icelandic label Dimma. Now available on cdbaby. Personnel: Agnar Mar Magnusson - piano, Ben Street - Bass, Bill Stewart - drums.


Label: Dimma
Released: 2009


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