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Daniel Weltlinger


Born in Sydney, Australia in 1977 and of French-Austro-Hungarian-Israeli family background, the critically acclaimed Berlin-based violinist and composer-producer Daniel Weltlinger has long been renowned worldwide for his distinctive warm sound and innovations within the genres of Gypsy-swing, jazz, Yiddish-klezmer and experimental/free-improvised music. He is frequently in demand in a recording or performance capacity, often in collaboration with an array of top musicians and ensembles in a variety of different formats, and is highly sought after for his technical and musical mastery on his main instrument



Label: DMG Germany / Rectify Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1 Alone - 2:42 2 Sur-Seine – 3:36 3 Les Enfants de Django – 4:50 4 The Family – 4:58 5 La Femme Sophistiquée – 4:52 6 Keith – 5:28 7 Samois – 5:04 8 Waterlillies – 4:25 9 3am Melun – 5:20 10 Ghosts – 3:26 11 Samoreau – 1:45


News: Recording

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 ...


The Four Questions

Label: Invisible Dog Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Yerushalayim; 02. Kohanim/Avinu Malkeinu; 03. Hakel; 04. Ma Nishtana; 05. Hinei Ma Tov U Ma Naim; 06. Interlude; 07. Ahava Raba; 08. Galaktoboureko; 09. The Wanderer; 10. Enjo's Wedding Dance; 11. Shema.

Article: Album Review

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 ...


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