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Tropy

Label: Fortuna Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Aliena mente; Ellipsis; Vox superiori; Gravitas minor; Ditis; Illuminati; Portuensis.

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Maciej Fortuna / Krzysztof Dys: Tropy

Read "Tropy" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

It remains largely unrecognized that the Polish jazz culture predates Louis Armstrong's “invention" of modern improvised jazz. As early as 1923, Polish jazz musicians were touring Eastern Europe in the company of Chicago and New Orleans Dixieland players. The American perspective of Polish jazz is principally defined by trumpeter Tomasz Stanko, violinist Michal Urbaniak and pianist ...

Tropy

Label: Fortuna Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Aliena mente; Ellipsis; Vox superiori; Gravitas minor; Ditis; Illuminati; Portuensis.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Maciej Fortuna / Krzysztof Dys: Tropy

Read "Tropy" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Polish, Poznań-based trumpeter Maciej Fortuna is a musician with many tastes. He himself divided the music that he composes, produces and releases on his own label to ethno-jazz, electric jazz, acoustic jazz, live electronics and improvised music. His new duo project with pianist Krzysztof Dys, member of reed player Wacław Zimpel's quartet is supposed to fall ...


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