From a TV show in Seoul ,South Korea October 2014
Arild Andersen trio featuring Paolo Vinaccia and Tommy Smith
Oslo Jazzfestival presents
«Mingus i Aulaen»
Arild Andersen Sextet
Mathias Eick trumpet
Petter Wettre ten sax, bassclarinet
Klaus Ellerhusen Holm altsax,bassclarinet
Bugge Wesseltoft piano
Arild Andersen bass
Gard Nilssen drums
Two basses Meeting for the first Time. January 2014.
Live at Victoria Jazzclub ,Oslo . Buggge Wesseltofts birthday celebration.
Shri Sriram and Arild Andersen
From the cd «Jul på Norska»
«Science» Played by Arild Andersen trio . Cosmopolite ,Oslo November 25 ,2012
This is a live recording from Oslo November 2012 . The song «Blussy» was also recorded for our new trio CD for ECM.
From a Concert at Cosmopolite in Oslo November 25 , 2012. Tommy Smith Saxophone, Paolo Vinaccia drums.
This is recorded on our new CD » Mira » coming out soon on ECM
From A concert at Cosmopolite, Oslo November 2012 . Tommy Smith Saxophone,Paolo Vinaccia drums
«Science» Filmed at Victoria Jazzscene,Oslo Feb.2012 . Tommy Smith sax, Paolo Vinaccia drums,Arild Andersen bass.
Arild Andersen Quintet . Tommy Smith Sax, Markus Stockhausen Tp, Marcin Wasilewski piano, Arild Andersen bass, Patrice Heral Drums.
From a concert in Gjøvik with Arild Andersen trio ,Tommy Smith Sax ,Paolo Vinaccia drums.
Tommy Smith Sax ,Markus Stockhausen Tp ,
Marcin Wasilewski piano , Arild Andersen bass ,Patrice Heral dr.
The Fox. .
The trio plays Arild Andersens composition » Outhouse»
The trio plays «Independency III»
Stan Getz With Arild Andersen . Piano Peter Madsen drums Ben Riley
What id this thing called love
Stan Getz with Arild Andersen . Peter Madsen on piano, Ben Riley on drums.
Composed by Arild Andersen, with elements of traditional folk music. The title means «The Dream Horse». From the concert «Til Radka» (tribute concert to Radka Toneff), August 10, 2009, at the Opera House during Oslo Jazz Festival, Norway. With Arve Henriksen, trumpet, Steve Dobrogosz, piano, Jon Eberson, guitar, Arild Andersen, double bass, Jon Christensen, drums, and Alex Riel, drums.
This is Arild Andersens composition » Hyperborean». The singer is Elin Rosseland.She received the
Radka Tonef Memorial Prize 2009. This version of Hyperborean is totaly improvised. They had no time
to rehearse the piece, so this is the first time they play it together.
This is a concert from Paris 1972 or 73 .
The short photo of a man just before we start playing is Andre Francis.
He is a legend of his own in France and the voice on most live recording from the Juan les Pins Festival.
Among them «Miles in Europe» 1963
He gave me the prize » European Jazz musician 2008 » and I was so honoured by meeting him that I almost forgot to say thank you.
Here is a link to a TV concert in Mannheim