Christof Lauer

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born on 25/5/1953 in Melsungen, Hessen, Germany

Links www.christoflauer.com (German)

Christof Lauer

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Christof Lauer
Christof Lauer (born May 25, 1953)[1] is a German jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist,[2] born in Melsungen, Germany, perhaps most well known in Europe where he has done projects with various musicians, such as Palle Danielsson, Carla Bley,[3] Michel Godard,[4] Volker Kriegel, Michel Portal, Maria Joao, Anthony Cox, Gary Husband,[4] Alphonse Mouzon,[2] and Peter Erskine.[5]

In 1994 Lauer joined the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and replaced Charlie Mariano,[6] and is also a member of the Hamburg NDR Radio Orchestra.[4]

Select Discography

  • Christof Lauer (CMP Records)
  • Bluebells (CMP Records)
  • Blues In Mind (Act Records)
  • Fragile Network (Act Records)
With Kudsi Erguner
  • Ottomania: Sufi-Jazz-Project (Act Records)
With the Eric Watson Quartet
  • Road Movies (2004), Act

References

  1. "Christof Lauer", fild.de, retrieved 2010-02-12
  2. 2.0 2.1 Shand, John (2005) , allaboutjazz.com, September 25, 2004, retrieved 2010-02-12
  3. "Selected Recordings", ECM, retrieved 2010-02-12
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Fordham, John (2007) "Christof Lauer, Blues in Mind", The Guardian, 9 February 2007, retrieved 2010-02-12
  5. Karlovits, Bob (1990) "Brief disc-cussions", Pittsburgh Press, 29 April 1990, retrieved 2010-02-12
  6. Huey, Steve "[Christof Lauer at All Music Guide The United Jazz + Rock Ensemble Biography]", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-02-12
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