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Russian Jazz Podcast

Russian jazz journalist Cyril Moshkow tells short stories on jazz music and musicians in his native country. One podcast, one piece of music, one story, once a week.

Published: 29 Sep 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Copyright: 2006, Jazz.Ru

Vladimir Danilin's "Three Years I Dreamed About You"

02 Dec 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Vladimir Danilin celebrates his 60th birthday on December 6, 2006. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of the great jazz accordion player.

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Igor Butman's "Prophecy"

31 Oct 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Igor Butman is Russia's most popular jazz artist: sax player, bandleader, club owner, and festival organizer. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of Russia's leading jazz artist.

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Andrei Kondakov's "Deserted Park"

16 Oct 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Andrei Kondakov, the piano player, performs in NYC right now. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this gifted composer and enthusiast of U.S.-Russia jazz contacts.

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Alexey Kuznetsov's "Stella By Starlight"

29 Sep 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Alexey Kuznetsov, the guitar player, turned 65 this September. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this true defender of the traditional art of jazz guitar on the Russian jazz scene.

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Guerman Lukianov's "Pointless Talks"

05 Sep 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Guerman Lukianov, the flugelhorn player, turned 70 this August. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this great Russian jazz innovator who was the first to fuse jazz, Russian folklore and the great Russian classical music.

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Alexander Tsfasman's "Sounds Of Jazz"

29 Aug 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Alexander Tsfasman, classically trained piano player, was one of the leaders of early Soviet jazz in the 1930s and later. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this great bandleader who laid the foundation of jazz music in Russia.

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Valery Ponomarev's "I Was Afraid You'd Never Call Me"

30 Jul 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Valery Ponomarev, the trumpet player from Moscow, spent several years in Art Blakey Jazz Messengers in the 1970s. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this great trumpeter who still enjoys successful jazz career both in New York and in Russia.

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David Goloshokin's "Stardust"

23 Jul 2006 04:20:00 GMT

David Goloshokin, direcor of St.Petersburg State Jazz Philharmonic Hall, regards himself as the guardian of traditional jazz in Russia. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this multi-instrumentalist who is honored by a wide recognition in Russia.

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Leonid Vintskevich's "Village Music"

16 Jul 2006 04:20:00 GMT

Leonid Vintskevich combines jazz improvisation, Russian traditional music, and rich classical music heritage. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this extraordinary pianist.

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Roman Kunsman's "Ray of Darkness"

8 Jul 2006 04:20:00 GMT

In 1976, the famed Russian jazz big band, Oleg Lundstrem Orchestra, performed the tune entitled "Ray of Darkness," by their alto saxophone player, Roman Kunsman. Cyril Moshkow tells the story of this recordng.

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