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post #16 of 40
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Originally Posted by DearestDane View Post

Two tricky additions:

 

Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen

Cæcilie Norby

 

And some corrections:

 

Ketil Bjørnstad

Nils Petter Molvær

Kristin Asbjørnsen

Nils Økland

 

(Never trust non-Scandinavian spellings of Scandinavian names. Never ever.)

 


Yup, Nils Økland is in my list, love his singing violin, which creates a vivid bleak Scandinavian landscape.


Edited by WorldsEndWombat - 2/9/12 at 2:22am
post #17 of 40

Niels Lan Doky - Karumi

Older brother to Chris Minh.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9O_TeeUO0Q

post #18 of 40
Thread Starter 

Niels is cool, really like it, thanks for posting.

post #19 of 40

When buying High Fididelity Magazine (Denmark) included

during 10 years a CD.High Fidelity Reference Record.

There where 80 CD's produced.

Many Scandinavian Jazz artists to find.

 

Link to database High Fidelity Reference Record NR. 1 - 80

 

http://www.hifi4all.dk/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=4957&KW=micjac

 

 

 

 

post #20 of 40

Lars Danielsson (Sweden)  - Song for E

 

post #21 of 40
Thread Starter 

Thanks GadoGado, another fantastic performer and great music, will be my next purchase for sure.

post #22 of 40

Playing Lars Danielsson's latest "Liberetto" now in the background. This is so nice! Thanks for recommending GadoGado!

Now I'm more into Nordic Jazz than Continental Euro Jazz, very tasty.

post #23 of 40
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Originally Posted by WorldsEndWombat View Post

Playing Lars Danielsson's latest "Liberetto" now in the background. This is so nice!

 

Just picked up a copy here States-side...next on my playlist this morning; like to start out the day with some classical so right now it's Mahler. Looking forward to this new release by Danielesson!!!

post #24 of 40

I picked up Ola Kvenberg's "Liarbird" yesterday from gubemusic.com in 24Bit 96Khz resolution.  Beautiful, beautiful music.

 

http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=40684

 

From the gubemusic site:

 

 

Ola Kvernberg, violin impresario par excellence, returns to Jazzland with yet another astounding album: Liarbird.

The album effortlessly moves between moments of serene beauty and raucous full-on jams, at times almost ambient in texture, at times sounding like a drunken night of revelry.

The division between composition and improvisation is often blurred, with moments of unison emerging and disappearing unexpectedly, all the time carrying the music forward to new heights.

 

http://www.gubemusic.com/album_26852

post #25 of 40

maybe:

 

Mathias Eick

Ketil Bjornstad

Helge Lien Trio

Tingvall Trio

Możdżer, Danielsson, Fresco !!! :)

(*Leszek Możdżer -polish, but style!!!!!! is that! ^)


Edited by metm - 6/28/12 at 5:00am
post #26 of 40

Christian Wallumrød Ensemble

In The Country

post #27 of 40
Terje Rypdal
NHOP
Radka Toneff
post #28 of 40

Just ordered Hyperborean by Arild Andersen. I heard it (the song Hyperborean) on the Greek Audiophile documentary and I was blown away... excellent double bass.

post #29 of 40

Siri's Svale Band gave out two albums in the '90's. Female vocal, two basses, percussion and saxophone. Didn't find out about this group until a couple of weeks ago, but now I'm completely hooked.

 

Here's a link to the opening track from their first album, Blackbird (1990):

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TODItzYUvY8

post #30 of 40
Thread Starter 

Hyperborean is amazing track, how is the rest, are they at the same level?

 

THX 

 

 

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Originally Posted by mikiphile View Post

Just ordered Hyperborean by Arild Andersen. I heard it (the song Hyperborean) on the Greek Audiophile documentary and I was blown away... excellent double bass.

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