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Eberhard Weber: The Jubilee Concert

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Eberhard Weber Eberhard Weber: The Jubilee Concert Naxos 2015 German bassist Eberhard Weber's 75th birthday celebration has already been documented in audio form on Hommage à Eberhard Weber (ECM, 2015). This video document more fully captures the celebratory tone of the event, includes a bit of bonus material, and perhaps ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Vossa Jazz 2016

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Vossa Jazz Various venues jny:Voss, Norway March 18-20, 2016 Perched high on the mountain side, the weather-beaten wooden farm houses of the Voss folk museum command a truly impressive view of the town below, ringed by snow-capped mountains, interlocking valleys and ice-covered fjords that stretch to the four points ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Eberhard Weber: Hommage à Eberhard Weber

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Despite being waylaid from playing the instrument that defined his approach to both performance and composition by a severe 2007 stroke, Eberhard Weber has managed to accomplish the seemingly impossible feat of continuing to make recordings that revolve around his instantly recognizable, custom-made electro-acoustic instrument: 2013's Resumé and 2015's appropriately titled Encore, both on ECM Records, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Acuna - Hoff - Mathisen: Barxeta

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With Jungle City (Alessa, 2009), Norwegians Jan Gunnar Hoff (keyboards) and Per Mathisen (bass) documented their meeting with Peruvian-born Alex Acuña, a Weather Report alum who leapt onto the international stage, first as percussionist and then kit drummer, on the fusion super group's Black Market (Columbia, 1976) and Heavy Weather (Columbia, 1977). That, after a first ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Oslo International Jazz Festival 2011

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Oslo International Jazz FestivalOslo, NorwayAugust 15-20, 2011 There's always an eager sense of anticipation when returning to Norway, whether it's the barren but beautiful north of Svalbard, the stunning, mountain-surrounded Molde, the picturesque Kongsberg, the fjord-gateway of Bergen or the rugged beauty surrounding Kristiansand. But going back to Norway for the ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Norwegian Road Trip, Part 5: Molde Jazz, Days 1-2

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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 [Editors Note: From July 6 to July 26, 2010, All About Jazz Managing Editor John Kelman will travel throughout Norway to cover both the Kongsberg Jazz Festival (also participating in Silver City Sounds) and Molde ...

Finding Nymo

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: One Word; Obstler; Italian Suite: When In Rome; Italian Suite: Valse Trieste; Italian Suite: Molto Alghero; Finding Nymo; MoonCrier; Knegg (Dark Horse); Bryk (Omkalfatra); Lullaby of Broltesia.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Helge Sunde Ensemble Denada: Finding Nymo

Read "Finding Nymo" reviewed by John Kelman

Its official CD release may have been on October 23, but trombonist/composer Helge Sunde's 2009 Enjoy Jazz performance on October 21 was an equally rare opportunity to hear his Ensemble Denada, a Norwegian big band that, not surprisingly, blends a healthy respect for the jazz tradition with more contemporary concerns. Performing the entire Finding Nymo CD, ...

Rotations

Label: Grappa
Released: 2006


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