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Magni Wentzel
Åse og Magni Wentzel - 1959.jpg
Magni and Åse Wentzel 1959.
Background information
Born (1945-06-28) 28 June 1945 (age 73)
Oslo, Norway
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician, composer
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Websitewww.magniwentzel.no

Magni Wentzel (born 28 June 1945 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (vocals and guitar), the daughter of musicians Odd Wentzel-Larsen and Åse Wentzel, and known for a number of jazz recordings.[1][2]

Career

Wentzel started in "Totenlaget Barneteater" (1951). She was trained by opera singers Erna Skaug, Almar Heggen and professor Paul Lohmann in Wiesbaden, took guitar lessons from 1956, and released her debut jazz album That Old Feeling in 1959. Instead of attending the first year of the newly established "Statens operahøgskole" in Oslo, she chose to go on learning classical guitar in Spain (1963), Switzerland and England, and taught jazz song under Tete Montoliu.[1] She played on the Club 7 in Oslo within Geir Wentzel Band, and at the same time she was strongly influenced by Aretha Franklin.[2]

She collaborated extensively with a series of Oslo-based musicians, like within the quartets and quintets including Einar Iversen and Egil Kapstad. Peter Gullin dedicated the album Far, Far Away Where Longing Live to her. Later she worked for Opera Mobile, then as the "mother" in The Tales of Hoffmann by Offenbach.[2]

Honors

Discography

Solo albums

Singles

  • 1958: Mamma (En Gutt Har Sett På Meg), with Per Nyhaugs orkester
  • 1958: Byssan lull Blues, with Åse Wentzel
  • 1959: That Old Feeling/My One And Only Love
  • 1959: Augustin, with Åse Wentzel & Willy Andresens orkester
  • 1960: Milk Shake/Troll-Rock
  • 1970: Walk on My Side/I Want You

Collaborative works

With other projects
  • 1994: Stille Vann, with Torhild Nigar
  • 2004: Syng & le – de beste fra 1952–1962, with Åse Wentzel
  • 2005: Portrait of a Norwegian Jazz Artist with Erik Amundsen
With various artists
  • 1988: The Jazz Sampler
  • 1992: Fra En Musikers Dagbok
  • 1997: Gemini – The Jazz Sampler Vol. 3
  • 2003: Turning Pages – Jazz in Norway Vol. 4
  • 2005 Stellar Voyage – Rare Rock Grooves And Fusion From Norway
  • 2005 Turning Pages: Jazz In Norway 1960–70
  • 2006 Hørt & Uhørt – 28 Diamanter Fra 50-tallet
  • 2006 Jazz Collection 1
  • 2007 NRK Sessions: Soul, Afro-Jazz And Latin From The Club 7 Scene

References

  1. ^ a b c Johs Bergh. Magni Wentzel Biography. Store Norske Leksikon. Retrieved 5 November 2012.
  2. ^ a b c "Wentzel, Magni Biography". Norsk Musikkinformasjon MIC.no. 21 March 2011. Retrieved 5 November 2012.

External links

Awards
Preceded by
Bjarne Nerem
Recipient of the Jazz Gammleng-prisen
1988
Succeeded by
Bjørn Alterhaug
Preceded by
Ole Jacob Hansen
Recipient of the Jazz Buddyprisen
1998
Succeeded by
Totti Bergh
This page was last edited on 10 June 2019, at 00:38
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