Recordings Guus Janssen

Without wanting to be complete, there are some highlights of Guus Janssen's live recordings in various compositions on this page.
Plan is to add more recordings in the near future.



Jazz portraits. The Dutch Jazz Archive has compiled a series of portraits of musicians. This is a Jazz portrait of Guus Janssen.

Han Bennink and Guus Janssen. One Bar Live at Inage Candy, Chiba (Japan).
6th Sep. 2010.

Pozzuoli Guus Janssen Septet Bimhuis Amsterdam 9-12-12 during the presentation of the Johan Wagenaar Prize.

PF Guus Janssen piano Wim Janssen cymbals.

Wu Wei plays Four Songs, concerto for sheng and Metropole Orchestra. Premiere during the 'Dutch Music Day 2008'. The Metropole Orchestra conducted by Jurjen Hempel.

'Streepjes' played by the Mondrian Quartet Jan Erik van Regteren Altena viool Edwin Blankenstijn viool Annette Bergman altviool Eduard van Regteren Altena violoncello.

One Bar Trio Janssen, Glerum, Janssen speelt One Bar in het Bimhuis in Amsterdam tijdens de uitreiking van de VPRO/Boy Edgarprijs aan bassist Ernst Glerum op 11-5-09.

David Kweksilber Big Band plays Bonanza by Guus Janssen.

Largo voor blokfluit for solo tenor recorder, written for Walter van Hauwe and performed here by Julia Whybrow. The piece is a lament inspired by the Scottish piobaireachd - the traditional music of the Highland bagpipe. Although the rhythm is extremely slow, the ornaments are to be played as fast as possible, creating a tension which eventually breaks on the penultimate page, at which point the music dissolves into microtones.