A virtuoso who mainly played in bop-oriented configurations, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen is at great demand since he was an adolescent. Among the many outstanding Western bassists to emerge through the 1960s, Pedersen originally analyzed piano prior to starting to try out bass with Danish organizations when he was 14. He previously to reluctantly ignore Count Basie’s present to become listed on his orchestra when he was simply 17, but worked well steadily because the home bassist in the Golf club Montmartre so when a member from the Danish Radio Orchestra. Whenever American jazzmen exceeded through Scandinavia, they requested Pedersen; through the 1960s he used Sonny Rollins, Expenses Evans, Roland Kirk, Dexter Gordon, Bud Powell, and also Albert Ayler (even though latter’s session had not been too effective). In the 1970s, Pedersen was presented inside a duo with Kenny Drew. Beginning in the middle-’70s, he was an intermittent person in the Oscar Peterson Trio and he documented several dates like a innovator for SteepleChase. Pedersen also documented in lots of different configurations for Pablo Information during the period. He remained extremely energetic until his unexpected death in Apr 2005. He was 58.