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Vossa Jazz 2016

Read "Vossa Jazz 2016" reviewed by Ian Patterson


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 ...

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Conrairo

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 2013
Track listing: January; Conrairo; Vicvac; Sinrairo; Kripos; Lenki; Sarplaniac; Baxter; December.

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Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013

Read "Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013jny: Copenhagen, DenmarkJuly 12-14, 2013The annual Copenhagen Jazz Festival, with more than a thousand concerts during ten days--spread over more than hundred places and stages across the city--is a special, unique affair. Like other big jazz festivals, it also has its headliners--big names, mostly American, like Terence Blanchard, Richard Bona, ...

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Lars Andreas Haug Band: Conrairo

Read "Conrairo" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The new generation of Norwegian tuba players keep challenging this under-rated instrument. Two years ago it was the trio of Martin Taxt, Kristoffer Lo and Robin Hayward who investigated the timbre characteristics of the tuba on microtub (Sofa Music, 2011) and last year Lo explored the tuba as a sound source for dark and intense soundscapes ...

Album

Vinterfjøs

Label: The ACT Company
Released: 2005


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