Erling Kroner (16 April 1943 – 2 March 2011) was a Danish trombonist and bandleader. Kroner was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, but gained music education at Berklee College of Music in Boston during 1969–70 and 1973–74, though he played professionally as early as 1961, amongst others in Germany in the Dixieland Stompers. Kroner shortly after played avantgarde music, with saxophonist John Tchicai, and rock in Melvis & His Gentlemen.
로필: Danish jazz bandleader and trombonist, born April 16, 1943 in Copenhagen, Denmark, died 2011. Besides leading own orchestras, . Erling Kroner New Music Orchestra, he was a member of Danish Radio Big Band from 1973 to 1986. The Forgotten Art (LP, Album).
Erling Kroner, born April 16, 1943 in Copenhagen, Denmark, started playing the trombone in 1959 with various Dixieland bands. Went to Germany 1961 with Danish Trad Band Dixieland Stompers and again 1962 playing with Jack Duff's Jazztet and Ken Sims' Vintage Jazzband. 1977 recorded his second album 'THE FORGOTTEN ART', participated in and recorded with the Creme Fraiche Big Band (78).
Album · 2002 · 11 Songs. Erling Kroner & Simon Spang-Hanssen). 3. Botte Secret (feat. 5. Global Hypnose (feat. 6. Different Neighbourhoods (feat.
By Tone Art Ensemble. Erling Kroner & Simon Spang-Hanssen) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Richard Kroner (8 March 1884 in Breslau – 2 November 1974 in Mammern) was a German neo-Hegelian philosopher, known for his Von Kant bis Hegel (1921/4), a classic history of German idealism written from the neo-Hegelian point of view. He was a Christian, from a Jewish background. He is known for his formulation of Hegel as 'the Protestant Aquinas'.
Erling Kroner Quintet I've Grown Accustomed To The Race. Erling Kroner Quintet Ettem Enna. Erling Kroner Quintet And Now Goodbye. Erling Kroner Quintet Ships And People, Footloose. Erling Kroner Quintet The Tortured Heavyweight. michael gray danism lisa millett.
Nathan Davis, Erling Kroner : Such Pretty People Contents.
|A2||The Forgotten Art||6:16|
|A3||Los De Abajo||7:30|
|B1||The Legend Of Francis Paulic||7:30|
|B3||The Ming-The King||6:11|
- Alto Saxophone – Michael Hove (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, B2, B3)
- Baritone Saxophone – Svend Baaring (tracks: A4, B1, B3)
- Bass – Hugo Rasmussen (tracks: B1), Palle Danielsson (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B2, B3)
- Bass Clarinet – Svend Baaring (tracks: B1)
- Cover – Erling Kroner, Sys Fredens
- Drums – Henrik Simonsen (tracks: B1), Lars Beijbom (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B2, B3)
- Engineer – Ivar Rosenberg
- Flute – Svend Baaring (tracks: A4, B3)
- Guitar – Ole Molin (tracks: A2, A3, B2)
- Mixed By – Erling Kroner, Ivar Rosenberg, Svend Baaring
- Piano – Ole Kock Hansen (tracks: B1), Ole Matthiessen (tracks: A4, B3)
- Producer – Erling Kroner, Ole Matthiessen
- Soprano Saxophone – Michael Hove (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3)
- Tambourine – Henrik Simonsen (tracks: A4, B3)
- Tenor Saxophone – Niels Husum (tracks: A4, B1, B3)
- Trombone – Erling Kroner (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3)
- Trumpet – Allan Botschinsky (tracks: A4, B3), Lars Togeby (tracks: B1), Tim Hagans (tracks: A4, B1, B3)
- Tuba – Axel Windfeld (tracks: A4, B1, B3)
- Vibraphone – Henrik Simonsen (tracks: A4, B1, B3)
- Written By – Erling Kroner
Notes℗1978 Storyville Records
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