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by Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra

One of the best russian jazz orchestra.Here is their first album with special guests: David Goloshekin & Igor Butman
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Desiderata
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2. Theme for Tima
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3. Letter to a Friend
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4. Sleeping Ships
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5. In the Westside
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6. Evening Song
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7. September Boy
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8. Silent Night
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9. You Made a Good Move
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
At last,a big band, capable of offering both a vivid mastery and stylish arrangements, along with real swing, has appeared in St. Petersburg. And all this is being done by young musicians aged 25 to 30!
The debut album includes primarily compositions of residents of St. Petersburg: - four tunes of Gennady Golshtein and orchestral versions of hard bop tunes of other natives of St. Petersburg – current Muscovite Alexander Berenson and Ruslan Khain (New York, USA).
It is also worth noting an unusual version of the famous “Evening Song” by Vasily Solovjev-Sedov.
The Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra is completely a modern band. In the orchestra there is no separation between frontmen and sidemen. Everyone can improvise. It’s another thing that the debut album of the orchestra features mostly more experienced musicians and invited guests – David Goloschokin and Igor Butman (worth noting, also a resident of
St. Petersburg) – wonderful soloists, worthily filling out the overall sound picture.

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