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Line Horntveth

Line Horntveth
Jaga Jazzist at Voss 2014.jpg
Horntveth in the background
with Jaga Jazzist at Vossajazz 2014.
Background information
Born (1974-11-26) 26 November 1974 (age 43)
Tnsberg, Vestfold
Origin Norway
Genres Jazz
Musician, composer,
music producer
Instruments Tuba, flute, percussion, vocals
Jaga Jazzist
Website www.groove.no/artist/59385189/line-horntveth

Line Horntveth (born 26 November 1974 in Tnsberg, Norway) is a Norwegian musician (tuba, flute percussion, and vocals), the sister of the musicians Martin and Lars Horntveth, married to the upright bassist Bjrn Holm, and known from a series of recordings within Jaga Jazzist.[1]

Biography

Jaga Jazzist at Tauron Nowa Muzyka 2014.

Horntveth got her Examen artium from the Tnsberg Gymnas in 1993. Her formal musical studies started at Toneheim Folkehgskole and later she has attended studies at the University of Oslo.

Her latest project 'Budding Rose' released their debut album Where Were Ye All? (2013). This is a collaborative effort with the multi instrumentalist Terje Johanssen, known from collaborations with Lars Martin Myhre.[2]

Discography

Within Jaga Jazzist
With Cato Salsa Experience
  • 2000: A Good Tip for a Good Time (Garralda Records)
With Motorpsycho
With The Lionheart Brothers
  • 2007: Dizzy Kiss (Racing Junior)
With Marjit Vinjerui
  • 2010: Friendly Fools (Vinjerui Records)
With Susanne Sundfr
With Flunk
  • 2013: Lost Causes (Beatservice Records)
With Budding Rose

References

  1. ^ "Intervju: Jaga Jazzist" (in Norwegian). Groove.no. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ a b "Budding Rose: "Where Were Ye All?"". Musical reviews (in Norwegian). Groove.no. 5 April 2013. Archived from the original on 15 December 2014. Retrieved 2014. 

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