Greatly influenced simply by Sonny Rollins, Bernt Rosengren continues to be among Sweden’s esteemed tenor saxmen because the 1950s. The big-toned, hard-blowing improviser was 19 when he began to create a name for himself in Scandinavia as an associate from the quintet Jazz Golf club 57, with 21, he was employed to represent Sweden within the Newport Jazz Music group within the U.S. In 1961, his tenor was noticed in American movie director Roman Polanski’s debut film, Blade in the Drinking water. Over time, many of Rosengren’s albums topped Swedish jazz polls, including Stockholm Dues in 1965, Improvisations in 1969, and Records Through the Underground in 1974. It had been during the middle-’60s that Rosengren performed alongside trumpeter Thad Jones inside a sextet led by American pianist George Russell, who was simply living in European countries at that time. Although he began playing hard bop rather than offered it up, he got even more into post-bop experimentation in the past due ’60s, when trumpeter Don Cherry is at his quartet, and the first to middle-’70s, when he mixed jazz with Turkish and Middle Eastern folk within the group Sevda. In 1975, he performed frequently with Swedish baritone saxman Lars Gullin and shaped his personal big music group. The 1980s discovered Rosengren dealing with American hard boppers which range from guitarist Doug Raney to pianist Horace Parlan. And in the 1990s, his actions included a jazz salute towards the music from Porgy & Bess (The Bernt Rosengren Octet Takes on George Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess) and becoming presented prominently on the fantastic Swedish trumpeter Rolf Ericson’s last documenting before his loss of life, I REALLY LIKE You Therefore (1995, Amigo). Turning 60 in 1997, Rosengren still used the power and endurance of a man.
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|Barna från Blåsjöfjället||1980|
|Knife in the Water||1962||musician: saxophone|
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