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Ole Jacob Hansen

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Ole Jacob Hansen
Born(1940-04-16)16 April 1940
Oslo
OriginNorway
Died6 March 2000(2000-03-06) (aged 59)
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsDrums

Ole Jacob Hansen (16 April 1940 in Oslo, Norway – 6 March 2000) was a Norwegian jazz musician (drums), known from a number recordings and international cooperation.[1]

Career

Hansen established himselves on the Oslo jazz scene first in Tore Sandnæs Big Band (1958), Mikkel Flagstad Quintet (1959), Bjørn Jacobsen Septet (1958–60), Arild Wikstrøm Quartet (1961) and within Kjell Karlsen's various ensembles including at Moldejazz (1962), Bjørn Johansen Quartet (1962). He was subsequently within Bernt Rosengren Orchestra in Stockholm (1963–64), with Idrees Sulieman (1964), and in Paris with Eric Dolphy and Donald Byrd.

At the Metropol Jazz Club he played with a number of the world's leading jazz musicians. During the 1970s, he contributed to several recordings with Ditlef Eckhoff, Paul Weeden and Terje Bjørklund, as well as within Adonis (74–75) with several gigs at Club 7.[2] He established the club Jazz Alive (1980) in Oslo, and in the 1980s and 1990s he played with Thorgeir Stubø, Lee Konitz, Doug Raney, Laila Dalseth, Jan Erik Vold, Harald Gundhus, Knut Riisnæs, Totti Bergh, and Einar Iversen.

Hansen was a colorful and highly engaged drummer, and a central figure in Norwegian jazz from 1960 until his death.[2]

Honors

Discography

References

  1. ^ a b "Ole Jacob Hansen Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved 12 December 2012.
  2. ^ a b Bergh, Johs. "Ole Jacob Hansen Biography". Store Norske Leksikon (in Norwegian). Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 12 December 2012.

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Awards
Preceded by
Egil Johansen
Recipient of the Jazz Gammleng-prisen
1996
Succeeded by
Bjørn Johansen
Preceded by
Per Jørgensen
Recipient of the Jazz Buddyprisen
1997
Succeeded by
Magni Wentzel
This page was last edited on 9 June 2019, at 08:59
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