Toots Thielemans: “Jan has his own, unique sound”
| April 2020.|
Suzuki music is the world’s largest player in the field of harmonica making.
Qualitatively the best and most beautiful thing for sale.
You could say the Rolls Royce among the harmonicas.
There are chromatic harmonicas for sale at Suzuki
€ 200.- to about € 4000.- If you receive an email from CEO mr Shun Aoji that you can represent Suzuki for the Netherlands as a professional harmonica player, through an endorsement, that is remarkable and I feel it as an honor. I had tried the standard ChromatiX model for a while,
but I can get started with the Sirius, pretty much
the showpiece of Suzuki. Thanks also to Marco Oonincx from EMP Music, who introduced me to Suzuki.
Jazzharmonicaplayer Jan Verwey
jazzharmonicaplayer Jan Verwey
| Welcome to the website of jazzharmonicaplayer Jan Verwey. He is one of the best players|
on the chromatic harmonica in the cooljazz and bebop/hardbop music, worldwide.
At all the pages of this site you’ll find the details of his professional career.
To find the sites for buying his albums, go to the page LINKS.Out now the new CD-project ”Rays of Light” with the Hassenstein/Verwey Quartet.
Jazz on chromatic harmonica, guitar, double bass and drums.
Recorded at the Fattoria Musica Studio’s in Osnabrúck – Germany.
This album is presented by label DjamTones and produced by guitarist Christian Hassenstein.Jazzstandards played by Jan Verwey and guitarplayer Christian Hassenstein – bassplayer
Ruud Ouwehand and drummer Franc auf dem Brinke. Nice standards as: Joy Spring (Clifford Brown);
Israel(Johnny Carisi) and the ballads: My Foolish Heart and You Must Believe in Spring, 2 duo pieces.
Title-piece “Rays of Light” and “Soul Bossa” are originals by Christian Hassenstein.
“My passion is cooljazz and bebop/hardbop and I think it will never change” !
The album is presented in the famous jazzclub Bethany’s in Amsterdam (march 2013).
There’s nothing wrong playing jazzstandards!
150 radio stations do it in the USA, founders of cool jazz, bebop and hardbop. It's still 'cool' music, after more than half a century