Episode 16 - Daniel Weltlinger
May 27th, 2019 by jazzviolin
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Daniel Weltlinger is an Australian born violinist based in Berlin. He plays with Lulo Reinhardt as well as many other bands that he runs or co-runs. He has just released a new album 'Szolnok' which is the 3rd in a three part series of albums based on his heritage, his musical upbringing and his grandfathers violin.
The music at the beginning of the episode is Daniels tune 'Les enfants de Django' from his album 'Samoreau'
There is a short clip of my band Latchepen playing Benny Golsons 'Whisper Not' before...
We close on London based violinist John Garners duo with Tobie Carpenter 'When you're away' from their debut album 'Odd Socks volume 1'