Aage Tanggaard (born 25 February 1957) is a Danish jazz drummer and record producer. A pupil of Michael Carvin and Ed Thigpen, he has been a member of several notable bands; including Radiojazzgruppen, Ernie Wilkins' Almost Big Band and the Hamburg-based NDR Big Band. He has also performed and recorded extensively, beginning from 1982, with Stan Getz, Roland Hanna, Michal Urbaniak, Horace Parlan, Duke Jordan, Chet Baker, Paul Bley, Lee Konitz, Dexter Gordon, Clark Terry and Doug Raney among other notable artists. He is the founder of Audiophon Recording Studio where he works as a producer.
- 1982 So Nice Duke (Duke Jordan)
- 1982 The House That Love Built (Frank Foster)
- 1983 Montreux (Ernie Wilkins)
- 1983 Plays Standards, Vol. 1: Autumn Leaves (Duke Jordan)
- 1984 Blue and White (Doug Raney)
- 1984 Glad I Found You (Horace Parlan)
- 1984 Take Good Care of My Heart (Michal Urbaniak)
- 1985 Questions (Paul Bley)
- 1988 My Favourite Songs, Vols. 1-2: The Last Great Concert (Chet Baker)
- 1994 This Time It's Real (Roland Hanna)
- 1997 I Remember You: The Legacy, Vol. 2 (Chet Baker)
- 1998 Bravissimo, Vol. 2: 50 Years of NDR Big Band Germany (NDR Big Band)
- 2006 Resource/Action. Re. Action (Svend Asmussen/Ed Thigpen Quartet)
- 2009 I Should Care (Duke Jordan)
- "Articles in Danish Paper Information About Tangaard". Information.dk. Retrieved 2010-11-10.
- "Ernie Wilkins' Almost Big Band with Randy Brecker Live in Copenhagen". Politiken.dk Jazz critique Boris Rabinowitsch review 22 October 2004. Retrieved 2010-11-10.
- "I Remember You-Chet Baker Live At Jazzhus Montmartre 1985 with Aage Tanggaard, Doug Raney - National Library of Denmark". statsbiblioteket.dk. Retrieved 2010-11-10.
- "Chet Baker - Paul Bley Live Recording Review 1985". Information.dk Reviewed by Danish paper Information's Jazz critique Erik Wiedemann, 5 January 1998. Retrieved 2010-11-10.
- "Tanggaard's Recording Credits at Allmusic". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2010-11-10.
- "Danish Master Drummer Aage Tanggaard Amazed by Focusrite ISA428". www.crmav.com.
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