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Peter Giger

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1939 born in Zurich, grows up in or near Berne 1958 professional musician, tours in Europe with the TREMBLE KIDS, Oskar Klein, Albert Nicholas, Bill Coleman, Joe Turner, Wild Bill Davison, Peanuts Holland 1960 after short guest performance with Armand Gordons Ragtime Band, moves to Paris: Bill Coleman, Stéphane Grapelli, Memphis Slim a. o. 1961 Claude Bolling Sextet / Big Band 1963 LP-recordings with Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorne, Alice Babs, Tour with Beryl Bryden, Diz Dizzley and Johnny Parker in Malaysia and Sarawak. 1964 with tap-dancer Harold Nicholas, Renè Urtreger 1965-68 studio-musician in Paris, again with Claude Bolling 1969 moves back to Berne

Album

A Drum is a Woman

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006

Album

Family Jewels

Label: Free Elephant
Released: 1992

Album

Where The Hammer Hangs

Label: FMP
Released: 1978

Album

Beyond

Label: FMP
Released: 1977

Album

Illegitimate Music

Label: FMP
Released: 1976

Album

Family Of Percussion

Label: FMP
Released: 1975


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