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Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani" & The Dave Burman Jazz Group - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 FLAC album

Polish Jazz Archive Series 1946-1956 vinyl ri. Krzysztof Komeda w Polskim Radiu Nagrania Pierwsze.

Vocals – Jeanne Johnston (tracks: A2, A4). Notes. Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 Kronika Dźwiękowa. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani" & The Dave Burman Jazz Group. Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani" & The Dave Burman Jazz Group - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 ‎(10", Mono).

Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 (Mono, Alternate cover). 1956, PolandMono, Alternate cover. Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956.

1. Three pens opera - Melomani. 2. Loveles love - Melomani. 3. Chet Baker stomp - Melomani.

Singer: Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani". Album: Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956. Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani" - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 MP3 version.

The lineup of the festival included Melomani, Andrzej Kurylewicz Band, Zygmunt Wichary Band, Drazek i Pieciu, Jerzy Grzewinski Band, Kamil Hala Band (Czechoslovakia), Pawel Gruenspan Band, Pinokio, The Dave Burman Jazz Group (England) and first Polish modern Jazz band - Komeda Sextet with Krzysztof Komeda on piano, Jerzy Milian - vibes, Stanislaw Pludra - alto sax, Jan 'Ptaszyn ' Wroblewski - baritone sax, Jozef Stolarz - bass, and Jan. Zylber on drums

Listen free to Melomani – 1st Sopot Jazz Festival 1956. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. 1st Sopot Jazz Festival 1956. Overview (current section).

1956 Sextet Komedy: Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot. A native of Kraków, Trzaskowski learned to play the piano as a child and, in 1951, at the age of eighteen, helped to form Melomani, one of the first Polish swing and bop groups. Between 1952 and 1957 he studied musicology at the city's Jagiellonian University, took private lessons in composition and contemporary music theory and was active at the experimental studio of Polish radio. In 1958 he played and recorded with the Jazz Believers, a quintet which included Wojciech Karolak and Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, and worked with another quintet, led by Jerzy Matuszkiewicz

Polish jazz has a history that spans periods of both acceptance and political repression. The beginning of jazz in Poland is difficult to determine. As early as the 1930s, clubs in Warsaw, Kraków, Rzeszów or Poznań would play some jazz. This tended to be swing and some of it was influenced by the traditional classical music. American popular music (particularly songs by George Gershwin) was in great demand. Eddie Rosner is considered to be the first known Polish jazz musician of significance.

The Sextet's first major success at the 1st Jazz Festival in Sopot in 1956 was followed by a silver medal at the 6th International Youth Festival in Moscow in 1957. That year marked also the start of Komeda's lifetime co-operation with Roman Polański. Content: Roots Pillars of jazz from over the Vistula Stylistics of Polish jazz Contemporary yass scene Jazz interpretations of Chopin's music. Krzysztof Komeda, photo: Marek Karewicz. In 1958 Komeda moved to Krakow and joined Jazz Believers. Etiudy Baletowe (Muza). Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 (Muza). Jazz Greetings from the East (Fontana). Jazz Jamboree 1960 (Muza).

Tracklist

Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* Three Pens Opera
Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* Lovelles Love
Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* Chet Baker Stomp
Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* Jump Around The Clock
The Dave Burman Jazz Group Tiger Rag
The Dave Burman Jazz Group Ovelong
The Dave Burman Jazz Group Ice- Cream

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
L 0083, W-221 Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 ‎(10") Polskie Nagrania, Polskie Nagrania L 0083, W-221 Poland 1956
L 0083 Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 ‎(10", Mono) Pronit L 0083 Poland 1956
L 0083 Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group ,Jeanne Johnst vocal* Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"* & The Dave Burman Jazz Group ,Jeanne Johnst vocal* - Festiwal Jazzowy-Kronika Dźwiękowa ‎(10", red) Polskie Nagrania L 0083 Poland 1956
Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani" & The Dave Burman Jazz Group - Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956 FLAC album
Performer:
Zespół Jazzowy "Melomani"
Title:
Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot 1956
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1932 mb
MP3 size:
1111 mb
WMA size:
1566 mb
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Swing, Big Band
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4.5
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