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Randi Winnifred Hultin
Born
Randi Winnifred Linden

(1926-01-09)9 January 1926
Died18 March 2000(2000-03-18) (aged 74)
Oslo
Musical career
Origin Norway
Occupation(s)Journalist

Randi Winnifred Hultin, nee Linden (born 9 January 1926 in Oslo - deceased 18 March 2000) was an internationally renowned Norwegian jazz critic and impresario.

Biography

Hultin studied art under the guidance of Per Krohg and was an educated visual artist. Through her spouse, jazz pianist Tor Hultin, she arranged jam sessions with visiting jazz musicians such as Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Stan Getz and Ray Brown. Later she was on her own, hosting Keith Jarrett, Charles Lloyd Quartet, Phil Woods, Sonny Clark, Hampton Hawes, Jaki Byard, Tommy Flanagan, Dexter Gordon, Chet Baker, Louis Armstrong and Eubie Blake.

In addition to her work in Norsk Hydro (1945–93), Verdensrevyen issued her illustrations and she wrote a number of reviews of Filmjournalen (1958-), Dagbladet (1960–83), Aftenposten (until 1990), eventually the NRK. She wrote for international journals like Jazz forum (Poland), Jazz journal international (England) and the U.S. Down Beat, and in every years for Norwegian «Jazznytt».[1][2]

She died of cancer in 2000. The following year, «Randi Hultins Stiftelse» was established. It is responsible for, among other things, presentation of the annual Randi Hultin Minnepris. Hallgeir Pedersen received the first award in 2002.[3] the residence in «Gartnerveien» is intended for use as a jazz museum.

A number of composers dedicated works to Hultin, among them Eubie Blake: Randi's Rag (1977), Phil Woods: Randi,[4] Silje Nergaard: Port of Call (2000), Dave Brubeck: Elegy (2001), and Jon Eberson: Ballade for Randi (Standards, 2003).

A series was made in 1989 for TV, named Randi's jazz which was also shown in New York City.[5]

Her biography Born Under The Sign of Jazz was published in 1998.

Honors

  • 1970: «Molderosen» at the Moldejazz
  • 1995: «Ella-prisen» at the «Oslo Jazzfestival»
  • 1998: «Kongens fortjenestemedalje» in gold

Bibliography

  • Randi Hultin (1991). I jazzens tegn. Aschehoug.
  • Randi Hutlin (1998). Born under the sign of jazz. Sanctuary Publ., London. pp. 1–399).

References

  1. ^ "Under the spell of jazz" (in Norwegian). Jazzhouse.org. 2000. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
  2. ^ Mosnes, Terje (1996-01-09). "Randi 70, for swingende" (in Norwegian). Dagbladet. Archived from the original on 2004-12-05. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
  3. ^ Skancke-Knutsen, Arvid (2000-08-29). "Randi Hultins Stiftelse". Norsk Musikkinformasjon Ballade.no. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
  4. ^ "The Solo Album". PhilWoods.com. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
  5. ^ "Two Full Days When Jazz Is King". New York Times. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
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