Entertainment: Publisher of the German Jazz: Emil Mangelsdorff is dead

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At the age of 96 he has still occurred, but now he has placed the Saxofon aside: After a long, the life-consecrated life Emil Dütz died in his hometown Frankfurt. What remains is the lifelike Drive in compositions such as "The Grabtown Grapple". Mangeldorff died according to information of the Jazzstitute Darmstadt on Friday.

  Wegbereiter des deutschen Jazz: Emil Mangelsdorff ist tot © Provided by Berliner Zeitung

"Together with the German jazz scene, I mourn for one of its most crowded and most prestigious soloists," said Cultural State Minister Claudia Roth (Greens) on Saturday in Berlin. "Already early, together with his brother, he discovered the love for the jazz - at a time when everyone who heard Jazz at that time or even played himself, severe penalties risked." His music and his work are remembered.

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also recognized the Hessian Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU) that the musician "not only earned around the culture in Hesse, but have provided valuable memory work as a time of the darkest hours of German history. In 2015, Jazzer received the honorary professorship of the state of Hesse.

The Frankfurt Lord Mayor Peter Feldmann (SPD) wrote, Emil Mangelsdorff had been groundbreaking for jazz and formative for his hometown of Frankfurt. "With him we also lose a contemporary witness of the Nazi period, who felt his own body, what it was said as an artist to resist the regime." The Bigband of the Hessischer Rundfunk probably recognized him as "one of the great pioneers of German jazz, which is not least for Frankfurt was crowded in a lot. "

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Emil Mangelsdorff was the older brother of the jazz musician Albert Mangelsdorff (1928-2005), whose instrument of choice was the trombone. The two went musically separated paths, but also played together again and again.

His first encounter with Jazz described Mangelsdorff, according to the Frankfurt Citizen Foundation once with an experience before the radio of his parents: "Then Louis Armstrong ran. I was almost electrified, had a pulse of 160 and knew: that's it, I want to do that too! "

as teenager learned the native of Frankfurter that his favorite music was considered subversive: in the Nazi regime he played despite prohibitions in the back room of a Frankfurt hotel with friends American swing. So that the police did not suspect, the jazz titles were "donored". From the "Tiger Rag" "The Lion Hunt in Taunus", from the "St. Louis Blues "The" St.-Ludwigs-Serenade ". Time of his life has understood lack of Dorff as a radical democrat. As a timekeeping, he reported adolescents about exclusion and oppression in the Nazi regime.

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on Dr. Hoch's Conservatory in Frankfurt he studied clarinet - before he imprisoned for a short time for "defensing force" in 1943 and sent to the front to Russia in 1944. He was embossed by Swing and Bebop. His role models: Charlie Parker and Lee Konitz, who was often a guest in Frankfurt at Mangelsdorff. With Charles Mingus he played together in New York. At the Altsaxophon he had the hearts in the audience with sensitive melodious ballads. He also loved classical music - his 1973-died first woman Simone was opera singer. He brought his special sound into bands, the names carried like Two Beat Stompers or Frankfurt All Stars. In 1966 he founded the Swinging Oil Drops.

Mangelsdorff occurred to concerts throughout Germany. His last in Frankfurt Holzhausenschlösschen, he gave on 1 November last year, as the Frankfurt Citizen Foundation announced. It was his 213. Concert at this lousy place - on the internet you can still listen to it. At the "Frankfurter Jazz days" from March 25, the musicians of the Emil Mangelsdorff want to play Quartet for their deceased bandleader.

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