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Jerzy Milian - Muzyka baletowa i filmowa (1970)

Osoba Jerzego Miliana nie potrzebuje specjalnej rekomendacji. Kompozytor, wibrafonista, pianista i aranżer, wieloletni dyrygent Orkiestry Rozrywkowej Polskiego Radia i Telewizji w Katowicach, jedna z najbardziej oryginalnych postaci polskiej sceny jazzowej od wczesnych lat 60. do dziś. Album  "Muzyka baletowa i filmowa" to efekt udanej współpracy Jerzego Miliana z big-bandem radiowym NRD. 

Jerzy Milian is a Polish jazz vibraphonist, pianist, and composer. Born on 10th April 1935 in Poznan, Poland, he graduated at sixteen from the Secondary Music School in Poznan. His teachers included Wolfram Heicking and Boguslaw Schaeffer. Between 1953 and 1955 he led ??a quintet, including Stanisławem Chwiłkowskim, Ryszardem Czaplickim, Jerzym Piątkiem, and Stanisławem Liskiem. From 1956 to 1958 he played the vibraphone in Krzysztof Komeda 's sextet, and in late 1959 and 1960, with the Jan Wróblewski quintet. He has been director and artistic director of the Polish Radio and Television Orchestra in Katowice, and professor at the Poznan Academy of Music. He has participated in many jazz festivals. 

Top avant gardist balkan jazz with lots of experiments, lots of strange sample mixed with the best fusion tunes, a whole orchestra going very fat funk on breaks. Especially the side A copntaion one tracks called "thema con Variazioni" who is a killer tracks changing evry minutes in different killer mood, sometimes sounding as best fusion with dope trumpet solos and next to that you will have fat fat jazz slavik jazz funk, and going after to avant gardist times with almost concrete music, and free elements. 

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