“There is no musician or artist in the world that is not inspired by others. However, the important thing is to let inspiration develop, to work towards finding a unique means of personal expression.
This is what I believe and is what I have always tried to achieve … to find my own thing, my own voice. I dont want to be another carbon copy of any great musician, past or present: I don’t see the point of that. There have been so many good things done before, but one must find ones own sound.”
Since the early 1990´s Bugge Wesseltoft has made an impressive, truly post-modern transistion from his ECM nordic jazz traditions. Playing and recording together with the likes of Jan Garbarek, Sids
el Endresen, Terje Rypdal, Nils Petter Molvaer, Jon Eberson to forming his own innovative New Conception Of Jazz group and exquisite label “Jazzland Recordings”.
Wesseltoft is multi-decorated with critics prizes for creating a unique, fresh blend of “modern jazz”.
Everybody Loves Angels
Solo piano album 2017 on ACT Music.
Wow. The acoustic follow up to the classic solo piano album It’s Snowing On My Piano is here to come.
Everybody Loves Angels is a warm, peaceful record and live performance on grand piano. Consisting of pop classics from he 60/70is period, norwegian folk songs, classical music and own material.
Repertoire features songs from Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, Simon & Garfunkel, Beatles, Johann Sebastian Bach, traditional norwegian folk songs.
An elegant, fully acoustic way to have a good night out in the fall and winter season. Made for churches, recital halls.
- Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge over troubled water
- Es sungen drei engel (traditional)
- Bach choral
- Bugge Wesseltoft – Angel
- Cat Stevens – Morning has broken
- Bob Dylan – Blowing in the wind
- Rolling Stones – Angie
- Bruno Mars – Locked out of heaven
- Beatles – Let it be
Take 5 live at Oslo Konserthus
Several Songs Solo piano Live
Risør Chamber Music Festival
BUGGE N FRIENDS feat ERIK TRUFFAZ, ILHAN ERSAHIN, JOE CLAUSSELL
BUGGE WESSELTOFT, HENRIK SCHWARZ & DAN BERGLUND – Movement Seventeen
BUGGE WESSELTOFT, HENRIK SCHWARZ & DAN BERGLUND – INTERVIEW