Ossicles Karl Seglem

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2010

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
05.01.2011

Label: Ozella Music

Genre: Folk

Subgenre: Instrumental

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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FLAC 44.1 $ 16,50
  • 1Gammal rørsle (Old Movement)07:05
  • 2Mårblå (More Blue)07:19
  • 3Rørsletre (Moving3)05:51
  • 4Apal (Apple3)06:15
  • 5Sognabad04:22
  • 6Din folketone02:31
  • 7The Last Norwegian Troll (springar)05:06
  • 8Ørken (Desert)04:26
  • 9Ossicles03:33
  • 10Laust aus (Loose Loose)04:23
  • 11The Ornes Song04:32
  • Total Runtime55:23

Info zu Ossicles

Für sein mittlerweile 27. Album „Ossicles“ quartierte sich Karl Seglem mit seiner Band in das idyllisch gelegene Herrenhaus-Hotel in Salderatzen ein und nahm vier der neuen Titel im holzgetäfelten Tanzsaal vor einem kleinen Publikum auf.

Im Vergleich zu dem Vorgänger „NORSKjazz.no“, bewegt sich das u.a. von den Rhythmen des ehemaligen Madrugada-Drummers Erland Dahlen angetriebene „Ossicles“ ganz klar wieder in Richtung seiner Wurzeln.

Das Ergebnis verbindet afrikanische Einflüsse, Reggae-Rhythmen und pakistanische Metren zu einem stimmigen Stil voller verborgener Botschaften, die keiner wortreichen Erklärungen bedürfen, sondern ganz auf Intuition und Gefühl setzen.

Karl Seglem: Tenor Saxophone, Goat Horns, Antilope Horn, Vocals
Håkon Høgemo: Hardanger Fiddle
Olav Torget: Electric Guitars, Konting (West African Ngoni), Mbira
Gjermund Silset: Bass
Erland Dahlen: Drums, Percussion
Kenneth Ekornes: Drums, Percussion
Harald Skullerud: Drums, Percussion


Karl Seglem
is described as one of the most exciting contemporary tenor saxophonists and composers in Norway. He has consistently extended musical frontiers with his original perspectives and daring improvisational style. He combines Norway's rich folk music traditions, both the vocal traditions and specially the Hardanger fiddle music, with his own mode of expression. Seglem creates modern soundscapes, a mix between jazz, folk, world, where improvisation and composition are given equal weight.

His saxophone tone blazes a fresh trail through his innovative use of breath, resonance and syncopation. Seglem also plays the Norwegian goat horns. His many CD recordings with different ensembles such as UTLA, SOGN-A-SONG and ISGLEM ranges across the entire spectrum from rooted folk to free form, and is inspired by deep Norwegian roots, via world beats to the poetic and dramatic Nordic landscape.He has composed and performed several works/pieces and has produced a number of CDs for mainly Norwegian, but also some Swedish artists.

Booklet für Ossicles

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