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  1. Goltitaur

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    Mike Reed's People, Places & Things differs from Loose Assembly in both instrumentation and intent. Where Loose Assembly embraces a wide spectrum of musical traditions—from classic jazz to global influences—People, Places & Things looks inward, focusing on a specific period of regional history, specifically Chicago's post-war years.
  2. Kall

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    Turkish Romany musicians and dancers, masters of making much out of little, make their 9/8 even more kinetic by leaving the 9th beat silent - a fleeting rest.. Frequently counted: [rest] or 1 2 3 [rest] The emphasis is on 1,3,5,7 and 8, with the seven slightly more emphatic than the eight.
  3. Vudolkree

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    Alto Saxophone – Dave Rempis Bass – Mark Tokar Drums – Tim Daisy Soprano Saxophone – Yuriy Yaremchuk: Day One, Set 2: / / / Alto Saxophone – Mikołaj Trzaska Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Ken Vandermark Tenor Saxophone – Dave Rempis Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Yuriy Yaremchuk.
  4. Togul

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    Some of Mark's accolades include him being featured on "Good Morning Texas" on WFAA Channel 8 (), being awarded "Best Pop Rock Solo in North America" by Downbeat magazine (), performing at the Kennedy Center with an Ensemble under the direction of Gary Thomas (), releasing his first album "A Child is Born" (), being awarded "2nd.
  5. Vibar

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    The album “Favorites” includes the most interesting compositions (the author's view) of the Berlin period, and some new in Brussels. Evgeny Makarov - e-guitar Paul Schwingenschlogl - trumpet (3) Vlad Makarov - cello (9) Russian guitarist and composer living and working the last 15 years in Europe.
  6. Vinris

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    Guy's interests in improvisation and formal composition received their grandest form in the London Jazz Composers Orchestra. Originally formed to perform Guy's composition Ode in (released as a 2-LP set on Incus and later, in expanded form, as a 2-CD set on Intakt), it became one of the great large-scale European improvising ensembles.
  7. Daigar

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    Explore releases from Mark Tokar at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Mark Tokar at the Discogs Marketplace. Mark Tokar - Eight Compositions ‎ (CD, Album) 3yar Records: none: Ukraine: Sell This Version: MW Yuriy Yaremchuk / Mark Tokar / Klaus Kugel: Yuriy Yaremchuk / Mark Tokar / Klaus Kugel - Yatoku.
  8. Nikor

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    Bass – Mark Tokar Drums – Michael Zerang Tenor Saxophone – Dave Rempis Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Ken Vandermark Trombone – Steve Swell: Day Four, Set 1: / Bass – Mark Tokar Drums – Tim Daisy Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Yuriy Yaremchuk Trombone – Steve Swell.

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