Since 2010 I have been posting jazz tips on LinkedIn and Twitter. In 2011 the idea came to me to start a blog. I am grateful to some people who encouraged me to really begin the blog. Thus, here and now is the time to gather my jazz tips for you. I hope you, all folks that like jazz, will (re)enjoy it.
Ofcourse my tips are not representative for all styles of jazz. My favourite jazz-style is the so-called: avantgarde-nu-future-modern-creative- jazz.
Looking forward to read your comments! Enjoy !
Theo Van Eldik
Content: (1) Markus Stockhausen (2) Eberhard Weber (3) Passport (4) Florian Weber (5) Cyminology (6) Till Bronner (7) Wolfgang Haffner (8) Sebastian Studnitzky Trio (9) Tingvall Trio (10) Frederik Koster Quartet (11) Gabriel Coburger Quartet (12) Nils Wulker Group
(1) Markus Stockhausen
Stockhausen (1957) is a German trompeter.
(2) Eberhard Weber
Eberhard Weber (1940) is a German bass player.
Passport is a German jazz ensemble initiated by Klaus Doldinger (1936).
(4) Florian Weber
Weber (1977) is a German pianist.
An etni-cultural band from Germany, formed by Cymin Samawatie, vocals, Benedikt Jahnel, piano, Ralf Schwarz, bass and Ketan Bhatti, drums. Cymin Samawatie (1976) is born to Iranian parents in Germany.
(6) Till Bronner
Till Bronner (1971) is a German trompet player.
(7) Wolfgang Haffner
Wolfgang Haffer (1965) is a German drummer. He was member of the band Passport.
On this track Sebastian Studnitzky (keyboards, trumpet) is the trompeter.
(8) Sebastian Studnitzky Trio
Sebastian Studnitzky (1972) is a German keyboards and trompet player.
(9) Tingvall Trio
International band with Martin Tingvall, Swedish pianist, Omar Rodriquez Calvo, Cuban contrabass player and Jurgen Spiegel, German drummer. Their home is Germany.
(10) Frederik Koster Quartet
German trumpet player.
(11) Gabriel Coburger Quartet
(12) Nils Wulker Group