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Igor Butman Big Band "The Eternal Triangle"

Igor Butman and Moscow Jazz Orchestra • 21 ноября, 2010

The first album of the Big Band "Eternal Triangle" with the participation of the famous American trumpeter Randy Brecker was recorded in August 2003 in Moscow and was compiled by the best American jazz sound engineer James Farber in November 2003 in New York. Eternal Triangle set an extremely high bar for performing skills and sound quality for all Russian jazz. Proof of this is the fact that the music from the album that has not yet been released has already sounded on many American jazz radio stations.
Igor on this record performs not only as a performer, but also as a composer - he wrote seven of the nine pieces of the album. Among them there is an elegant "Waltz for Oksana", charming "Samba de Igor", lyric "French Connections", "Strange and beautiful Siberia" and others. The other two are "Eternal Triangle" by Sonny Stitt and "Bolero" by Vitaly Dolgov.


Randy Brecker (trumpet)
Igor Butman (tenor saxophone)
Oleg Grymov (alto saxophone)
Konstantin Safyanov (alto saxophone)
Dmitry Mospan (tenor saxophone)
Alexander Dovgopoly (bari saxophone, flute)
Alexey Sekatsky (trombone)
Alexander Ageev (trombone)
Alexander Konovalov (trombone)
Vadim Akhmetgareev (trombone)
Vladimir Mamyko (trumpet)
Vladimir Galaktionov (trumpet)
Vadim Eilenkrig (trumpet)
Artem Kovalchuk (trumpet)
Vitaliy Golovnev (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Pavel Chekmakovsky (guitar)
Anton Baronin (piano)
Vitaly Solomonov (bass)
Eduard Zizak (drums)

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