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Terje Gewelt

Terje Gewelt was born June 8, 1960 in Oslo, Norway and grew up in Larvik, a small town on the southeastern coast. He started playing guitar at the age of 10, switched to electric bass at 14 and added acoustic bass at 17. From 1979-81 he studied privately with the internationally recognized Norwegian bassist, Arild Andersen, and played in local jazz and fusion groups with, among others, the great Norwegian keyboardist Atle Bakken. In 1981, Terje went to the USA to study bass at the Bass Institute in Los Angeles. He studied electric bass with Jeff Berlin and acoustic bass with Bob Magnuson and played in jazz clubs around LA with guitarist Les Wise. In 1982 he moved back to Oslo and spent a year playing with many of the best Norwegian jazz musicians

Wow and Flutter

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Time Travels; Ups And Downs; Leaving Town; Iskanten; Crosstalk; Seafarer; Wow And Flutter; Melancholy Blue; Raw Air; Gone Sailing.

Steppingstone

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2013

Spindrift

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2012

Oslo

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2009

Norwegian Song 2

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Eg rodde meg ut på seiegrunnnen (Strilevise) / The Fisherman's Song; Morgenstemning / Morning Mood; Blåmann, Blåmann; Dalebu Jonson; Dei vil allltid klaga og kyta / The Others May Fuss and May Worry); Kjerringa med staven / The Old Woman with the Staff; Med en primula veris (Du vårens milde, skjønne barn) / The First Primrose (O Gentle Maiden, Child of Spring); Nils Tallefjorden; Den skyldige / The Guilty; Eg gjette Tulla i 15 ar / My Tulla; Mellom bakkar og berg / 'Mong the Rocks by the North Sea's Blue Waters.

Oslo

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Blue Waltz - 02. Oslo - 03. Playtime - 04. North Prospect - 05. World Of Wonders - 06. Suspension Points - 07. Small Country - 08. Snowflake - 09. Trio Suite Part 1 - 10. Trio Suite Part 2 - 11. Trio Suite Part 3 - 12. Homecoming.

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Terje Gewelt: Oslo

Read "Oslo" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Elegante, decadente, nostalgico e contemporaneo. Quattro aggettivi che provano a descrivere il colore e i bagliori del cielo sopra Oslo, il nuovo album firmato da Tereje Gewelt (basso), Enrico Pieranunzi (piano), Anders Kjellberg (batteria). Oslo è in qualche modo la storia di una amore artistico a prima vista nato qualche tempo fa proprio nella città norvegese. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dag Arnesen: Norwegian Song 2

Read "Norwegian Song 2" reviewed by John Kelman

Norwegian pianist Dag Arnesen continues to mine the rich tradition of Norwegian folk and classical music on Norwegian Song 2, the logical follow-up to the acclaimed Norwegian Song (Resonant Music, 2008). While the approach might seem formulaic, it's really no different than American musicians who mine the Great American Songbook. It's all about taking music that's ...

Norwegian Song

Label: Resonant Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Ved Rondane (By the Rondane Mountains); Ola, Ola, min eigen unge (Oh, Ole, Ole, I Loved You Dearly); Margit Hjukse; Arietta; Eg ser deg ut før gluggjin (I See Your Shadow Yonder); Aagots fjeldsang (Aagot's Mountain Song); Håvar Hedde; Gjendines bådnlåt (Gjendine's Lullaby); Den norske dalevise (Norwegian Valley Song); Falkvor Lomansson; Sæterjentens søndog (The Chalet Girl's Sunday).


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