Interview Jazz Podium ,Germany May 2014

Posted on jun 21, 2014 in Interviews | 0 comments

Interview With German Magazine Jazz Podium May 2014 Der norwegische Bassist Arild Andersen isr ein Meister des vollendeten Tons. Mit größter technischer Perfektion und akkurater lntonation fließen die Töne mit sonorer Kraft und makello- ser Eleganz scheinbar mühelos aus dem Griffbrett seines Kontrabasses. Dabei wirkt sein Spiel niemals angestrengt, sondern eher spielerisch leicht, selbst in musikalischen Situationen und Umgebungen, wo Musiker mit weniger Erfahrung eher mit zupacken  der Kraft in die Saiten greifen würden. Der sympathische Bassist ist eine der gestaltenden Säulen der...

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Interview for Jazzthetik

Posted on mar 3, 2014 in Interviews | 6 comments

Interview for Jazzthetik, Gemany Full interview  ...

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Jazz Podium

Posted on des 23, 2012 in Interviews | 0 comments

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Jazz Tokyo . By Kenny Inaoka ( in Japanese )

Posted on des 1, 2010 in Interviews | 0 comments

アーリル・アンダーシェン(アリルド・アンデルセン) Arild Andersen double-bass/composer (Norway) Interviewed by Kenny Inaoka/稲岡邦弥 photo:collection of Arild Andersen/Inaoka(*) Jazz Tokyo part 1 アーリル・アンダーシェン(アリルド・アンデルセン)double-bass/composer ノル ウェー Jazz Tokyo Part...

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Jazz Times On «Live at Belleville» by Thomas Conrad

Posted on apr 22, 2009 in Interviews | 0 comments

Arild Andersen: Burning in the Cold, Dark North APRIL 2009 Arild Andersen: Burning in the Cold, Dark North By Thomas Conrad On Arild Andersen’s new ECM album, Live at Belleville, Tommy Smith’s tenor saxophone rasps and brays and lunges over intervals and keens toward madness. Andersen’s bass enters and hammers nails into the music. Drummer Paolo Vinaccia randomly erupts, scattering curses. Then the three settle into time and fly, Smith’s blistering runs converging to long hoarse cries. The sound, like the music, is raw. Aren’t ECM recordings supposed to be moody and ethereal, with...

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JazzTimes on «Electra» by Christopher Porter

Posted on mar 25, 2006 in Interviews | 0 comments

MARCH 2006 Arild Andersen: Electric Electra By Christopher Porter When director Yannis Margaritis decided to stage Sophocles’ murder-and-revenge tragedy Electra, he wanted a 21st-century soundtrack for a play that was first staged around 420 B.C. So Margaritis turned to Norwegian bassist Arild Andersen, whose 1990 CD, Sagn (ECM), was a favorite. Sitting in an Oslo bar waiting to hit the stage with guitarist Frode Alnas during the 2005 Oslo Jazz Festival, Andersen laughingly admits that he didn’t reread the whole play before writing the score. «I was at certain rehearsals...

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