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SNOW CHILDREN

A collection of some of Russia's finest jazz butchers!  Here is a review of some of their work:

Kzysztof Popek - flutes
Bronislav Duzhy - trombone
Alexander Koretzky - soprano, tenor saxophone
Dmitri Erilov - piano
Askhat Sayfullin - bass, vargan
Peter Rzhanitzyn - electric bass
Sergey Belichenko - drums, percusssion
(Rec.March,14,1989)

Avant-guard - it is not game. It is a way of thinking and following various cultural scandals. International Siberian-polonaise avant-guard is represented at this disc. It is a very interesting experiment, interpreting rather boldly new possibilities of sound producing in a non-traditional jazz. (E-eh! Cleverly said!) It is stupid and senseless to comment this disc, much more useful and interesting to listen to it. And one can make several serious conclusions in one time. First-modern jazz is alive, healthy and places in Siberia. Second - it is not easy to listen to jazz and it demands a serious previous preparation. And, finally, last conclusion - it's a high-classic music, worth to be listened to, even if all that you know about jazz is that one plays the bent pipes there.

Max Shabalin
Hi-Fi & Music (Sound), No.5-1996