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Young organ jazz breed: Arnaud Vilquin

One of the first articles I wrote in October 2006 for The Hammond Jazz Inventory website, that was actually called The Hammond Jazz Scrapbook Portal at that time, was about an organ jazz festival in Cologne where young organ jazz talents could showcase their arts for a jury consisting of professional jazz organists. Since then I have never seen really young people behind the console. That's no good. People tend to think jazz is for old folks, especially if that jazz is organ jazz.

So I was very happy to have a near relative of Arnaud Vilquin drawing my attention to this young Hammond organ jazz talent from Paris. Arnaud is being educated by Stefan Patry and Oscar Marchioni but - as the Youtube movies will illustrate - he's also very eager to get into real live experience. Enjoy this youthful enthusiasm.



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If you know of young organ jazz talents, let us know. The Hammond Jazz Inventory is more then happy to let the world know.

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Hello, this is a good article,Thanks.


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