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Kattorna

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Label: WM Records
Released: 2007
Duration: 9:45

Crazy Girl

Label: WMF Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. Crazy Girl (Komeda) - 11.14; 02. Kattorna (Komeda) - 9.14; 03. Ballada (Komeda) - 5.09; 04. Is That Tour Final Answer? (Winnicki) - 8:47 05. Svantetic Prelude (Komeda) - 2.39; 06. Svantetic (Komeda) - 8.38; 07. Tail Peace (Winnicki) - 6:45; 08. Stop Time (Winnicki) - 7:45; 09. Sleep Safe and Warm (Komeda) - 1.09.

Crazy Girl

Label: WM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Crazy Girl; Kattorna; Ballada; Is That Your Final Answer?; Svantetic Prelude; Svantetic; Tail Piece; Stop Time; Sleep Safe and Warm.

Crazy Girl

Label: WM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Crazy Girl; Kattorna; Ballada; Is That Your Final Answer?; Svantetic Prelude; Svantetic; Tail Peace; Stop Time; Sleep Safe and Warm.

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

This album is a rather unusual one, dedicated to 1960s Polish film scorer Krzysztof Komeda, who wrote music for films of the young Roman Polanski and Andraej Wajda. Some of the music on Crazy Girl was used for Polanski's, Rosemary's Baby (1968). Polanski used Komeda's music in almost all of his own films dating back to ...

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

In a too brief but productive life, Krzysztof Komeda (1931-1969) composed in excess of forty film scores. These film scores include such Polish cinematic gems as Roman Polanski's Knife in the Water and Andrzej Wajda's Innocent Sorcerers. Komeda's first score for the screen was Polanski's first film, Two Men and a Wardrobe (1958). In the same ...

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by Alain Londes

The Komeda Project jazz quintet originated with Breakwater, the jazz group founded by pianist Andrzej Winnicki and saxophonist Krzysztof Medyna. Rounding out the group with Canadian bassist Michael Bates, drummer Dave Anthony and trumpeter/flugelhornist Russ Johnson, The Komeda Project pays homage to the great Krzysztof Komeda (1931-1969), one of the founders of modern Polish jazz. Komeda ...

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by Elliott Simon

The legacy of the great Polish jazz composer/pianist Krzysztof Komeda runs especially deep, while straddling the worlds of film music and modern jazz. While his life was sadly cut short in 1969 at the age of 38, his compositional output included more than sixty film scores and the influential European classic Astigmatic (Power Bros, 1966), with ...

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Crazy Girl by the Komeda Project, a quintet founded by pianist Andrzej Winnicki and saxophonist Krzysztof Medyna, is a very exciting project. It aims to bring the music of Krzysztof Komeda, its beauty, emotional intensity and logical yet dramatic structure, to a wider audience. While the jazz ethos is universal, Komeda's music distills the essence of ...

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Komeda Project: Crazy Girl

Read "Crazy Girl" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

A quasi quarant'anni dalla scomparsa di Krzysztof Komeda, la sua musica rappresenta per i jazzmen polacchi una costante fonte d'ispirazione. Tomasz Stanko, che fu uno di suoi primi e più fedeli partner, ha ripreso più volte le sue composizioni trasfigurandole con la sua notevole personalità: dal suo primo disco da leader (Musik for K del 1970 ...


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