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Piotr Damasiewicz & Power Of The Horns Ensemble: Polska

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Poland's jazz tradition is perhaps the deepest rooted in all of Europe. Only Britain can rival it. But unlike British jazz, Polish jazz began in part as a declaration of protest against slavery and repression, as did that of its American parent, and this has given it a special quality. The slavery and repression were occasioned by the USSR, which succeeded Nazi Germany as Poland's colonial master in 1945. The Solidarity Museum in Szcecin gives an idea ...


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