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     Ernst Reijseger
 
 

Born: Nov 13, 1954 in Bussum, Netherlands
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Free Improvisation, Avant-Garde Jazz, Modern Creative, Modern Composition, Ethnic Fusion
Instruments: Cello

Cellist Ernst Reijseger became distinguished in avant-garde jazz, contemporary classical, and improvised music as the 1980s and 1990s progressed. In 1985, he won the major Dutch jazz award the Boy Edgar Prijs, was the subject of a television documentary nine years later, and received the North Sea Jazz Festival's prestigious Bird Award the year after. Born in Bussum, Netherlands, in 1954, Reijeseger began playing the cello at the age of eight. He began performing improvised music in the early '70s, collaborating with musicians including Derek Bailey, Martin van Duynhoven, and Michael Moore. Reijseger went on to become a member of the Theo Loevendie Consort, the Amsterdam String Trio, and the Guus Janssen Septet during the '80s; and the Arcado String Trio in the mid-'90s. Throughout both decades, he was a member of Misha Mengelberg's ICP Orchestra, and performed with Gerry Hemingway in various lineups, which included a trio with Hemingway and pianist Georg Graewe starting in the late '80s. Also around this time, Reijseger, Moore, and drummer Han Bennink - all members of ICP - formed the Clusone Trio, named for the Italian festival they first played at as a group. They toured all over the world, including a 1995 tour of Australia, China, and Vietnam. With the release of their fifth album (their second on the Hat label; there were others on Gramavision) in 1999, the group called it quits after their ten-year anniversary. Reijseger also left the ICP Orchestra that same year. He continued touring and recording in a variety of settings, including solo (1998's Colla Parte, on Winter & Winter); avant-garde jazz settings (Random Acoustics' releases of Graewe/Reijseger/Hemingway albums and in the Hemingway Quintet's Waltzes, Two-Steps & Other Matters of the Heart on GMRecordings, to name just a few); and even a collaboration with the Sardinian choir Tenore e Concordu de Orosei (released as Colla Voche on Winter & Winter in 1999). Ernst Reijseger has also performed with Yo-Yo Ma, Louis Sclavis, Franky Douglas, Joelle Leandre, Trilok Gurtu, Phil Minton, and more. On occasion, he gives children's cello workshops.

-Joslyn Layne (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=10630 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Reijseger About from 'wikipedia'
www.ejn.it/mus/reijseger.htm About, links [mobile]
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Reijseger About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Ernst Reijseger - 'Colla Parte (Versioni Per Violoncello Solo)' - 1998, Winter & Winter
 Ernst Reijseger - 'Ernst Reijseger: Tell Me Everything' - 2009, Winter & Winter
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Georg Graewe - 'Sonic Fiction' - 1989, hatOLOGY
 Misha Mengelberg - 'Dutch Masters' - 1987, Soul Note
 Simon Nabatov - 'Square Down' - 2011, Leo Records
 Louis Sclavis - 'Et On Ne Parle Pas Du Temps' - 1995, FMP
  как соисполнитель ...
 Karl Berger - 'No Man Is An Island' - 1996, Knitting Factory Works
 Uri Caine - 'The Goldberg Variations' - 2000, Winter & Winter
 Clusone Trio - 'An Hour With..' - 2000, hatOLOGY
 Clusone Trio - 'Clusone Trio' - 1992, Ramboy
 Clusone Trio - 'I Am An Indian' - 1995, Gramavision
 Clusone Trio - 'Rara Avis' - 1999, Hat Hut Records
 Gerry Hemingway - 'Demon Chaser' - 1993, Hat Hut Records
 Gerry Hemingway - 'Special Detail' - 1990, hatART
 Simon Nabatov - 'Autumn Music' - 2004, Leo
 


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