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About Albert Mangelsdorff

Albert Mangelsdorff rates among the top trombone players in the world. He's a versatile player whose collaborations range from Free Jazz outings with fellow German Peter Brotzmann to more Bop-based affairs with the likes of saxophonist Lee Konitz and Modern Jazz Quartet pianist John Lewis. Mangelsdorff's solo recordings are remarkable for their use of multiphonics -- the creation of a buzzing, chord-like sound by playing one note and singing another into the mouthpiece -- and for logical, clear-headed improvisations. He's earned praise from established jazz greats like Joe Henderson and even won a few Downbeat polls, which is fairly rare for a European. Unfortunately his recordings are hard to come by in the U.S. Fans of adventurous jazz trombone playing should take advantage of any opportunity to hear the man at work.

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Listen toAlbert Mangelsdorffon Napster

Albert Mangelsdorff rates among the top trombone players in the world. He's a versatile player whose collaborations range from Free Jazz outings with fellow German Peter Brotzmann to more Bop-based affairs with the likes of saxophonist Lee Konitz and Modern Jazz Quartet pianist John Lewis. Mangelsdorff's solo recordings are remarkable for their use of multiphonics -- the creation of a buzzing, chord-like sound by playing one note and singing another into the mouthpiece -- and for logical, clear-headed improvisations. He's earned praise from established jazz greats like Joe Henderson and even won a few Downbeat polls, which is fairly rare for a European. Unfortunately his recordings are hard to come by in the U.S. Fans of adventurous jazz trombone playing should take advantage of any opportunity to hear the man at work.

About Albert Mangelsdorff

Albert Mangelsdorff rates among the top trombone players in the world. He's a versatile player whose collaborations range from Free Jazz outings with fellow German Peter Brotzmann to more Bop-based affairs with the likes of saxophonist Lee Konitz and Modern Jazz Quartet pianist John Lewis. Mangelsdorff's solo recordings are remarkable for their use of multiphonics -- the creation of a buzzing, chord-like sound by playing one note and singing another into the mouthpiece -- and for logical, clear-headed improvisations. He's earned praise from established jazz greats like Joe Henderson and even won a few Downbeat polls, which is fairly rare for a European. Unfortunately his recordings are hard to come by in the U.S. Fans of adventurous jazz trombone playing should take advantage of any opportunity to hear the man at work.

About Albert Mangelsdorff

Albert Mangelsdorff rates among the top trombone players in the world. He's a versatile player whose collaborations range from Free Jazz outings with fellow German Peter Brotzmann to more Bop-based affairs with the likes of saxophonist Lee Konitz and Modern Jazz Quartet pianist John Lewis. Mangelsdorff's solo recordings are remarkable for their use of multiphonics -- the creation of a buzzing, chord-like sound by playing one note and singing another into the mouthpiece -- and for logical, clear-headed improvisations. He's earned praise from established jazz greats like Joe Henderson and even won a few Downbeat polls, which is fairly rare for a European. Unfortunately his recordings are hard to come by in the U.S. Fans of adventurous jazz trombone playing should take advantage of any opportunity to hear the man at work.