Attila Zoller - The Last Recordings album download
Attila Cornelius Zoller (June 13, 1927 – January 25, 1998) was a Hungarian born Jazz guitarist. He won Deutscher Filmpreis for Beste Filmmusik (best score) in Germany for the film Das Brot der frühen Jahre in 1962. The Last Recordings Album.
Attila Cornelius Zoller (born June 13, 1927 in Visegrád, Hungary; died January 25, 1998 in Townshend, Vermont) was the first guitarist to discover free jazz and is considered as one of the innovators of modern jazz guitar. As a child, Zoller was taught classical violin by his father, a professional violinist. In his teens, he switched to flugelhorn, then jazz bass, and finally guitar.
Attila Cornelius Zoller (June 13, 1927 – January 25, 1998) was a jazz guitarist born in Hungary. After World War II, he escaped the Soviet takeover of Hungary by fleeing through the mountains on foot into Austria. In 1959, he moved to the . where he spent the rest of his life as a musician and teacher. Zoller was born in Visegrád, Hungary in 1927. As a child, he learned violin from his father, a professional violinist. While in school, he played flugelhorn and bass before choosing guitar
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Attila Zoller, Hans Koller, Martial Solal - Zoller Koller Solal (SABA (G) SB 15061). Hans Koller, tenor sax; Martial Solal, piano; Attila Zoller, guitar. Villingen, West Germany, January, 1965. The End Of A Love Affair. 1969 (age 42). Attila Zoller - Gypsy Cry (Embryo SD 523). Lew Tabackin, tarogato Herbie Hancock, electric piano; Attila Zoller, guitar; Reggie Workman, bass; Sonny Brown, drums.
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