Jazz newspaper

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The jazz newspaper was a German-language jazz magazine. The newspaper founded by Sepp Dachsel first appeared in 1976, initially under the title Jazz-Nachrichten . At the end of 2014, the print edition of the jazz newspaper was discontinued in favor of a cross-genre magazine. An online edition will be continued.

The jazz newspaper contained interviews, portraits, current jazz news, especially from Germany, reviews of CDs and books, news about workshops and festivals. Some of the articles are accessible online. The editorial staff included the singer and cabaret artist Ursula Gaisa (director since 2004), Ralf Dombrowski and Marcus A. Woelfle . Sepp Dachsel's successor as editor-in-chief and publisher was Hans Ruland from 1982 to 1997 , who also laid the foundations for dissemination beyond Munich and Bavaria. After Ruland had to withdraw for health reasons, the publication was published by ConBrio Verlag in Regensburg . Andreas Kolb took over the management of the editorial department and became editor-in-chief in 2002.


  • Jazz newspaper . ConBrio, Regensburg 1976 (year 1) May ff., ISSN  1618-9140 .

Web links

Wiktionary: Jazzzeitung  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A music magazine for all genres Deutschlandfunk, February 2, 2015 (accessed on August 22, 2015).