Diskographie



Nicolas Simion Trio
Magic Drops

Nicolas Simion - soprano saxophone & bass clarinet
Florian Weber - Piano
Fausto Beccalossi - accordion
 
Chamber Jazz
 
Released 2011
 



Nicolas Simion Group & Chamber Strings Orchestra Brașov (Romania)
Classic Meets Jazz

Nicolas Simion - saxes, bass clarinet
Antonis Anissegos - piano
Norbert Scholly - guitar
Chris Dahlgren - bass
Alan Jones - drums
 
Vom Rumänischen Kulturinstitut im Rahmen des "Cantemir"-Programms finanziertes Projekt
 
Released 2011
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Live in Bad Ischl (Austria)

Zoltán Lantos - violin
Martin Lubenov - accordion
Jura Wajda - cimbalom
Martin Gjakonovski - bass
Nicolas Simion - soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet, tarogato
 
Released 2010
 
[Hörproben]
 



Nicolas Simion Quartet
Jeu des Garçons

Nicolas Simion - tenor saxophone
Michael Cain - piano
Lonnie Plaxico - bass
Peter Perfido - drums
 
Recorded march 1993 at Benko Studio Vienna
mastering by Radu Marinescu & Nicolas Simion at Acoustic Entertainment Studio in Cologne, march 2008
 
Released 2009
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Unfinished Square

Tomasz Stanko - trumpet
Nils Wogram - trombone
Nicolas Simion - tenor sax, soprano sax, tarogato
Andreas Mayerhofer - keyboards
Ed Schuller - bass
Jamey Haddad - drums and percussion
 
Recorded 1996 in Vienna
Mastered 2008 by Radu Marinescu
 
Released 2009
 



Duo Nicolas Simion & Florian Weber
Classic Meets Jazz vol. 1

Nicolas Simion
Florian Weber
 
Released 2008
 



Nicolas Simion - Florian Weber DUO
Romanian Dance

Nicolas Simion — soprano sax, tarogato, bass clarinet
Florian Weber — piano
 
Recorded may 2004 in Cologne and october 2004 in Bucharest
Mastering by Radu Marinescu at Acoustic Entertainment Studio in Cologne, march 2007
 
Released 2007
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Transylvanian Grooves

Nicolas Simion - soprano sax, bass clarinet, tarogato
Piotr Wojtasik - trumpet
Norbert Scholly - guitar
Florian Weber - piano
Sebastien Boisseau - bass
Alan Jones - drums
 
Live at Jazz Festival Viersen Sept. 2006
 
Released 2006
 
[Hörproben]
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Jazz Across the Border

Nicolas Simion - saxophone, bass clarinet
Zoltán Lantos - violin
Norbert Scholly - guitar, wald-zither
Martin Gjakonovski - bass, oud
Johannes Bockholt - drums, percussion
 
Released 2006
 
[Hörproben]
 



Michel Marre
Mamaliga Mood

Michel Marre - trumpet and bugle
Nicolas Simion - soprano and tenor sax
Liviu Marculescu - trombone 1
Ben Abarbanel-Wolff - tenor sax
Cristian Soleanu - alto sax
Vlad popescu - drums
Jan Roder - bass
Gheorghe Stan - cymbalum
Ioan Pieptanaru - tarogato
Marinica Botea - violin
Mircea Tiberian - piano
Cornel Oancea - trombone 2

 
Recorded in Bucharest, 2005
 
Released 2006
 



Richard Oschanitzky
Memorial Richard Oschanitzky vol. I

Richard Oschanitzky — piano
Ştefan Berindei — soprano and alto saxophone
Dan Mândrilă — tenor saxophone
Wolfgang Güttler — bass
Johnny Răducanu — bass
Eugen Gondi — drums
and many others
 
Radio recordings 1966 - 1971
 
Released 2006
 



Andreas Mayerhofer Trio featuring Nicolas Simion
Soir à la campagne

Nicolas Simion — saxophones, bass clarinet
Andreas Mayerhofer — piano, Fender Rhodes
Christian Wendt — bass
Wolfgang Kendl — drums
 
Recorded September 2005 at 3504 Productions, Krems, Austria
 
Released 2006
 



Mal Waldron Quartet
From dark into the light

Nicolas Simion - tenor saxophone
Mal Waldron - piano
Ed Schuller - bass
Victor Jones - drums
 
Recorded live at Satiricon in Essen, Göttingen & Münster, during the Jim Pepper memorial tour. Recording dates: 4th, 18th april 1992 and 10th, 11th october 1994.
 
Released 2006
 



Nicolas Simion Band
Paris-Transylvania Express

Nicolas Simion - saxophones
Piotr Wojtasik - trumpet
David Patrois - vibraphone
Olivier Gatto - bass
Benjamin Henocq - drums
 
Recorded March 2004 Bucharest, Romania
 
Released 2005
 



Colors
Colors

Piotr Wojtasik — trumpet
François Theberge — c melody and soprano saxophone
Nicolas Simion — bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, tarogato
Michel Donato — bass
John Betsch — drums
 
Recorded by Winicjusz Chrust, Warsaw, Poland, October 2004
 
Released 2005
 



Nicolas Simion Trio
The Wild Dogs

Nicolas Simion - tenor sax, bass clarinet
Angus Bangus Thomas - e-bass
Peter Perfido - drums
 
Recorded May 2005 in Bucharest, Romania
 
Released 2004
 



3now4
time ebbing

Nicolas Simion — sax, bass clarinet
Dave Easley — pedal steel guitar
James Singleton — bass
Jeffrey Boudreaux — drums
 
Recorded July 2004 in Paris
 
Released 2004
 



Sabin Pautza
Saxophone Concerto

Iassy Philarmonic conducted by Sabin Pautza
Soloist Nicolas Simion, saxophones
 
Recorded live 2004 in Iassy, Romania
 
Released 2004
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Live at Stockwerk Graz

Lee Konitz — alto saxophone
Nicolas Simion — soprano and tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Jancsy Körössy — piano
James Singleton — bass
Peter Perfido — drums
 
Recorded live 7 November 2001 at the Stockwerk jazz club, Graz, Austria
 
Released 2003
 



Vasilić Nenad Balkan Band
Joe Jack

Nicolas Simion — tenor and soprano saxophone
Stefan Heckel — piano
Dusan Novakov — drums
Vasilić Nenad — bass
Predo Peric — percussion
 
Recorded June 2002 at 4tune Studio, Vienna, Austria
 
Released 2003
 



The Music of Jim Pepper
Witchi-Tai-To

Jim Pepper - soprano saxophone, vocals
Floy Pepper - narration
Caren Knight-Pepper - vocals, percussion
Pete 'Wyoming' Bender - vocals
Nicolas Simion - tenor & soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
Nicole Kämpgen-Schuller - alto saxophone, vocals
Kirk Lightsey - piano
Bill Bickford - guitar
Ed Schuller - bass
George Schuller - drums
Topo Gioia - percussion
Pat Moore - pow-wow drum, vocals
Garland Kent Jr. - pow-wow drum, vocals
 
Arranged and conducted by Gunther Schuller with WDR Radio Orchestra & The Remembrance Band (band leader Ed Schuller)
 
Released 2002
 



Jancsy Körössy — Nicolas Simion DUO
Live in Transylvania

Jancsy Körössy — piano
Nicolas Simion — tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
 
Recorded live at the Transylvania State Philharmony Hall, Cluj Napoca, Romania, 20. November 2001
 
Released 2002
 



Simone Guiducci Gramelot Ensemble
Chorale

Simone Guiducci — acoustic guitar
Fausto Beccalossi — accordeon
Achille Succi — clarinets
Guido Bombardieri — clarinets
Roberto Dani — drums, percussion
Salvatore Maiore — acoustic bass
Ralph Alessi — trumpet
Erik Friedlander — cello
Maria Pia de Vito — vocals
Chris Speed — clarinet
Nicolas Simion — soprano sax
 
Recorded April - June 2001 at ArteSuono, Udine, Italy; CdpmLion Studio, Bergamo, Italy; CSM Studio, Verona, Italy
 
Released 2002
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Balkan Jazz

Nicolas Simion - soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Dusko Goykovich - trumpet, flugelhorn
Martin Gjakonovski - bass, oud
Geoff Goodman - guitar, mandocello
Norbert Scholly - guitar, waldzither
Tom Skinner - drums
Ramesh Shotam - percussion
 
Recorded live at the Stadtgarten, Cologne

BALKAN JAZZ features some of the most beautiful popular songs of the Balkans, as well as some originals, composed in the Balkan idiom. We wanted to create a musical image of the whole region of the Balkans.
Nicolas Simion
 
Released 2001
 



Christian Muthspiel / octet ost
Austrian JazzArt

Christian Muthspiel — trombone
Anca Parghel — vocal
Tomasz Stanko — trumpet
Anatoly Vapirov — soprano, alto and tenor saxophone
Nicolas Simion — soprano and tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Klaus Koch — bass
Wladimir Tarasov — drums
Sainkho Namtchilak — vocal
 
Recorded May 1990 at Opus Studios, Bratislava, Slovakia
 
Released 2001
 



Nicolas Simion Trio
Nick at Night

Nicolas Simion - tenor & soprano saxophone
Andy McKee - bass
Billy Kilson - drums
 
Nicolas Simion, the Romanian with an Austrian passport, shows with this production what can emerge from Europe's cultural roots. Back to the Roots? Forward to the Roots!
Herbert Uhlir, ORF (Jazz Division OE1)
 
Released 2000
 



Nicolas Simion Group featuring Tomasz Stanko
Viaggio Imaginario

Tomasz Stanko - trumpet
Nicolas Simion - reeds
Christian Muthspiel - trombone
Ed Schuller - bass
Peter Perfido - drums
Angus Bangus Thomas - el-bass
Jamey Haddad - percussion
 
So this album you have in hand is the product of a long journey - un viaggio - I undertook over years together with a group of fabulous travel companions into the wide land of musical imagination.
Nicolas Simion
 
Released 1999
 



Art of the Duo. Mal Waldron, Nicolas Simion
The Big Rochade

Mal Waldron - piano
Nicolas Simion - soprano & tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
 
He's full of talent and he's a fighter!
Mal Waldron on Nicolas Simion
 
Released 1999
 



Nicolas Simion
Back to the Roots

Nicolas Simion - tenor saxophone
Glen Fisher - bass
Peter Perfido - drums
 
Released 1997
 



Nicolas Simion
Luca's Dream

Nicolas Simion - soprano & tenor sax, kaval, percussion
Ed Schuller - acoustic bass
Patrice Heral - drums, tablas, percussion
Victor Jones - drums
 
Recorded 1994 in Vienna, Austria
 
Released 1997
 



Mal Waldron Quartet
Mal, Verve, Black & Blue 'Live' at Satiricon

Nicolas Simion - tenor saxophone
Mal Waldron - piano
Ed Schuller - bass
Victor Jones - drums
 
Recorded live at Satiricon, Essen, Germany, 2004
 
Released 1996
 



Nicolas Simion Quartet
Transylvanian Dance

Nicolas Simion - tenor & soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, kalimba, caval
Tomasz Stanko - trumpet
Victor Jones - drums, vocals & percussion
Ed Schuller - bass
 
Recorded April 1994 in Vienna, Austria
 
Released 1995
 



Nicolas Simion Quartet
Dinner for Don Carlos

Tomasz Stanko - trumpet
Nicolas Simion - tenor sax
Ed Schuller - bass
Patrice Heral - drums
 
Recorded December 1991 in Vienna, Austria
 
Released 1993
 



Nicolas Simion Group
Black Sea

Graham Haynes - cornet
Nicolas Simion - soprano & tenor saxophone
Lonnie Plaxico - bass
Ronnie Burrage - drums
Ron Burton - piano
 
Recorded April 1991 in Vienna, Austria
 
Released 1992
 
   
 
 
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