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Ganelin Trio Priority: Live in Lugano 2006

Read "Live in Lugano 2006" reviewed by Marc Medwin

There's nothing like hearing a group in concert to reawaken interest. The Ganelin Trio Priority played a staggering set on the penultimate evening of the June, 2007 Vision Festival, a continuous and constantly morphing shock-and-awe campaign in which all national and international demarcations were obliterated. Slava Ganelin himself, the founder and only original member of the ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

Ganelin Trio Priority: Live at the Lithuanian National Philharmony Vilnius 2005

Read "Ganelin Trio Priority: Live at the Lithuanian National Philharmony Vilnius 2005" reviewed by Andrey Henkin

Ganelin Trio Priority Live at the Lithuanian National Philharmony Vilnius 2005 Nemu Records 2007 Pianist Vyacheslav Ganelin is arguably Soviet Russia's most significant improvising export. Of course, the unreceptive atmosphere during the early part of his career made renown in his native Lithuania untenable, but fans of international ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

Ganelin Trio Priority: Live at the Lithuanian Philharmony Vilinius 2005

Read "Ganelin Trio Priority: Live at the Lithuanian Philharmony Vilinius 2005" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Ganelin Trio Priority Live at the Lithuanian National Philharmony Vilnius 2005 Nemu Records 2007 This video-audio document of an on-location performance presents the Ganelin Trio Priority at its best. This trio--led by Russian-born Israeli composer Vyacheslav Ganelin with Lithuanian saxophonist Petras Vysniauskas and German drummer Klaus ...


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