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Philipp van Endert

The latest releases of guitar player/composer Philipp van Endert provide further evidence of his sensitive grasp of dramatic tension. Open space and breathing are elements that come to mind when listening to his current projects (from duo, trio up to sextet). Van Endert uncovers and gives new life to the secret force fields of long-discovered melody lines with virtuosic instinct. His music is like a bird’s flight of musical fantasy across the resources of our Jazz heritage. It is not an attempt to reinvent coolness, but rather to sharpen sensitivity for the special quality of lyrical creativity

The Lake and the Music

Label: JazzSick Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Lady Is a Tramp; Sweet Georgia Brown; A Thousand Dreams; Gloomy Sunday; Out of Nowhere; All of Me; A Foggy Day; Filthy McNasty; St. Thomas; But I..?.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: The Lake and the Music

Read "The Lake and the Music" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

The Hungarian-born, German-resident clarinetist Lajos Dudas has a lengthy discography, and his long career was celebrated by the Vimeo video Ein Künstlerportrait. He has played classical music, and jazz from bebop to free. But, for what he says is his final album, he has chosen to play fresh interpretations of jazz standards and songs from the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: The Lake and the Music

Read "The Lake and the Music" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

At 80-years old, clarinetist Lajos Dudas is dropping off the keys to the recording studio while making his way out—Dudas claims this is his last recording and, if true, he ends things on a high note at the intersection of The Great American Songbook and free jazz. Dudas' previous recording, Return to the Future (Jazzsick Records, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: Some Great Songs Vol. 2

Read "Some Great Songs Vol. 2" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

It's been a long time since the great German-Hungarian clarinetist Lajos Dudas released the first volume of Some Great Songs (Double Moon Records, 1998). Here he is again with an especially diverse collection of material, ranging from bossa nova to modern jazz to standards. These are intimate arrangements centered around Dudas' clarinet and Philipp van Endert's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: Radio Days: The Music of Lajos Dudas

Read "Radio Days: The Music of Lajos Dudas" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

German-Hungarian jazz clarinetist/composer Lajos Dudas has been performing on the radio for a long time. This “Birthday Edition 75" collects performances dating from 1984 to the early 2000s: about twenty years. All but one track was also composed by him, so it's a good picture of his adventurous composing and playing over a good part of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: Live at Porgy & Bess

Read "Live at Porgy & Bess" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Budapest born and Überlingen (southern Germany) based clarinetist Lajos Dudas is one of the few, contemporary virtuosos of this woodwind in the realm of jazz. His mastery over every nuance of his instrument allows him to exploit the full breadth of its musical range with delightful ease.The extent of Dudas' talents are heard on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas Quartet: Jazz And The City

Read "Jazz And The City" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Most musicians firmly plant themselves in one particular territory in the music world, but clarinetist Lajos Dudas prefers to set up camp at the border crossings, allowing for swift travel between stylistic realms. Dudas doesn't discriminate when it comes to direction, and he's made that evident through his own endeavors over the past fifty years. He ...

Rosebud

Label: JazzSick Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Reguengo; Overheated; God Only Knows; Fantasy Return Date; You Must Believe In Spring; Phily Ray and the Notfinders; Rosebud; Landing Grounds; Can't Help Falling In Love; Savina.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas: 50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas

Read "50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The music of Hungarian-born clarinetist Lajos Dudas doesn't fall under a neat little heading. While no mere label can define an artist, some clarinetists can be categorized in a fairly accurate manner, using few words. We have neo-traditionalists (Ken Peplowski), New Orleans torch bearers (Evan Christopher and Dr. Michael White), technical marvels who brilliantly bridge the ...


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