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CHARLES DAVIS - FLUTE PLAYER
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FOUR OR MORE FLUTES
Charles Davis - flute, alto flute, bass flute, double
Jazz with seventeen flutes and five flutists
With five fluteplayers from four countries - Australia, Austria, Germany and Switzerland - "Four or more Flutes" is unique among all jazz groups playing at the moment. From the piccolo, to the over two meter high double bass flute, all members of the flute family are represented.This formation is at the moment extremely successful in Europe. They have played at most of the major festivals in Germany, and their newest CD "Fluturistic" was voted as the audiophile CD of the month by the specialist magazine "Stereo". They have also made radio broadcasts with Radio Bavaria and the West German Radio.
Januar 2015 - Interview wtih Saarländischer Radio "Musikwelt"
November 2014 - 3 new live recordings from "Four or more Flutes" from their concert in the Alte Kirche Romanshorn, Switzerland can be hear by "Klangreich"
The Australian Charles Davis , one of the most successful flutists working on the European jazz scene, with his group "Captured Moments".
Norbert Dehmke from Bregenz, Austria, who has recorded several CDs with his own and other groups.
The Swiss flutist Felix Hodel achieved fame in the 80's with the group "Schildpatt", playing at the World Expo in Japan and renown jazz festivals, i.e. the Montreux and Berlin Jazz Festivals.
Andieh' Merk, the German multiinstrumentalist, plays as well as the flute - saxophone, piano, drums and a wide variety of percussion instruments.
Stefan Mölkner, from Germany, is as much at home in the classical music as in jazz and plays occasionally in the philharmonic orchestra based in Constance, Germany.
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