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Henning Stumm

Rank #6 US New York, NY Jazz / Samba / Afro-beat


Sounds Like: Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul, The Tony Williams Lifetime, Jack DeJohnette, Elvin Jones, David Garibaldi

Label: Tierra Records, Assinck Records, Tierra Records

Manager: Henning Stumm

Bio: drums, percussion, composing, teaching, producing

Worked with artists such as
Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul, Giovanni von Essen, eXonda,Tommy Keys, The Devil's Playgound, Tommy Turrentine, David Sanchez, Arthur Blythe, Stanton Davis, Walt Maddox, The Marcelles, The Platters, Gerald Wilson, Patti ... See Full Bio

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  • AWE.SOME (Artist) AWE.SOME
    Great music, Henning Stumm!:))) Stay unique as you are and sincere in what you do! Cheers!:)))
  • Judith Miller Band (Artist) Judith Miller Band
    "The Love Tree" cool laid back and chill out... hugs from Texas
  • Kurve (Artist) Kurve
    Back checkin' out Tie Inspiration...simply flawless...you all are absolutely groovin', thanks for sharing your cool vibe tracks with us, your friends, KURVE
  • Mo Bic (Artist) Mo Bic
    Heyyyy.. Cool stuff - like me, https://www.facebook.com/mobicmusic Thx.. The Album "MEIN BLICKWINKEL" now obtainable at Amazon and Musicload . You will find the ...
    Great playing. Like the instrumentals. Like the r&bish vocals too. But the jazz tunes are my favorite.
  • Rachel Roth (Artist) Rachel Roth
    great stuff. You have a really good swing beat and i find your improvisation captivating. Can't wait to hear more :)
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Q: Is the combination of kick, snare or snares, hi-hat, ride and crash enough for a complimentary drummer in an acoustic blues/jazz based trio or quartet?
A: to answer in short: absolutely. to be more specific: anything is possible and it really depends on the setting and the level of musicianship of anybody envolved. if the drummer is good with brushes you could just have a snare and a hi-hat and be ok. If the drummer has a great "ride" feel you could just do a gig with just a ride, at least in a jazz setting. for a blues gig I personally would prefer to have at least snare, kick and hi-hat. you could experiement with any of those compinations using the elements you mentioned in you question. again at the end it all depends on the player and his/her abillity. I hope this answers your question. One Love Henning

Asked by the7group. Answered on Sat May 26 2012


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