Edison Jazz Award

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The Edison Jazz Award is part of the Dutch Edison Award for the jazz category and has been awarded in various sub-categories since 1960, although no prize has been awarded in some years.

Award winners

  • 1960 Robert Prince "OP Jazz", Thelonious Monk "Alone in San Francisco" (International Instrumental)

Jazz International (later also as Instrumental International)

Nederlands Jazz (later Instrumental National)

Vowel, dutch

Vowel, international

From 2008 jazz vocal only

World music

World music national

  • 2004 Electro Côco "Côco do Mundo"

Price for the complete work

Lifetime Achievement Award ( Edison Jazz Oeuvreprijs )

Audience Award (Jazzism)

Edison Nescafé World Audience Award

  • 2003 Zuco 103 "Tales of high fever"

Blues, rhythm and blues

  • 1994 Big Sugar "Five hundred pounds"


The Document (Special Editions of Historical Recordings)

  • 1985 Duke Ellington "56/62 Volume 1-3"
  • 2000 Duke Ellington "RCA / Victor Recordings"
  • 2001 Miles Davis, John Coltrane "Complete Columbia Recordings"
  • 2002 Billie Holiday "Complete Recordings"
  • 2003 Charlie Christian "The genius of electric guitar"
  • 2004 Various "Les Tresors du Jazz 1-4"
  • 2005 Jules Deelder "Deelder blijft draaien"
  • 2006 Thelonious Monk , John Coltrane "At Carnegie Hall 1957"
  • 2008 Ben Webster DigBen!
  • 2009 Miles Davis Kind of Blue 50th Anniversary in Jazz, CD series Onder de Groene Linde (traditional Dutch folk music)
  • 2010 Django Reinhardt Manoir de ses reves
  • 2011 The Sesjun Radio Shows
  • 2012 Jazz at the Concertgebouw (series)
  • 2014 Miles Davis The Original Mono Recording

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