Norwegian bassist Sigurd Hole takes you on an incredibly sound journey, playing his composition "Vindu". Watch Part 1-5 on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/sihole1
The Vigeland Museum in Oslo/Norway is a beautiful location that features a nice, natural reverb. The first half of the concert was played in a blue room with approx 3-4 secs reverb, the second half in this red, bigger room with approx 7-8 secs reverb.
Sigurd Hole released his new solo double bass album "Elvesang" in January 2018 to great reviews (see below). He also has an upcoming album featuring his own trio this spring, stay tuned for more info!
Double bass & music - Sigurd Hole
Sound - Daniel Wold
Video - Karoline Finnema
Art exhibition in red room: "Silvery Actions" by Aurora Passero
Recorded at The Vigeland Museum
Norwegian bassist Sigurd Hole is known from his work with musicians and ensembles such as Tord Gustavsen trio/quartet, Karl Seglem, Helge Lien, Eple Trio, Jon Eberson Group and his own trio Sigurd Hole trio. As a bassist he represents an innovative and creative approach to his instrument strongly influenced by Norwegian folk music. He has released more than 30 albums with his main projects, and has toured extensively worldwide for many years visiting countries like Japan, India, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Germany, UK, France, Brazil and the Azores. 2018 sees the release of his own both solo and trio albums, as well as a new album with Tord Gustavsen Trio (ECM).
Thanks for watching! :)
Gregor Fris - BassTheWorld.com