Silvan Zingg | In Concerto - Boogie Woogie Piano

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In Concerto - Boogie Woogie Piano

by Silvan Zingg

Live in concert boogie woogie & blues piano.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. The Blues
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3:51 album only
2. Boogie Woogie Ambassador
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4:13 album only
3. Boogie For Clarence
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4:24 album only
4. Miss Fred Dee
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3:43 album only
5. Lugano Blues
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4:38 album only
6. Il Treno Merci
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2:55 album only
7. Ticino Boogie
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3:13 album only
8. Solemio
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4:44 album only
9. Ciribiribin
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3:59 album only
10. Really The Blues (Im Keller)
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7:52 album only
11. Jam aux Riches Claires
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4:38 album only


Album Notes
This CD is a Live recording of Silvan Zingg playing in Lugano. It's a special airmail edition without jewel box, in printed carton sleeve.

Today Silvan Zingg is one of todays most successful boogie woogie and blues pianists.

Since 2002, he is the promoter and organizer of the International Boogie Woogie Festival in Switzerland. This festival is unique in the world and every April draws an international group of the best piano players to the fabulous Ticino area in south Switzerland. This event is one of the most important in Europe’s Blues scene. In 2006 BBC World TV network recognized the importance of the festival in a thirty minute broadcast. Don’t miss the next event in april 2008. (see festival link on the side!)

“Boogie-Woogie ambassador of Switzerland”.

Influenced by vintage recordings of black pianists, Silvan Zingg taught himself to play the piano during his early school years. Silvan studied piano and trombone for six years and after completing courses in graphic design he started a professional music career.

Silvan quickly became a popular entertainer at his college due to his sensational interpretation of the blues. He easily convinced his listeners that he was passionate about music, including classic Boogie Woogie, Blues, and Jazz, with variations from other musical genres.

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M D Dillon

I just wish I were not so lazy. If Silvan can teach himself the piano, I should be able to. I thoroughly enjoy the CDs and the DVDs. Trying to come up with a way to make a tirp to Switzerland.