Gramophones and radios brought the voice of America, it's fashion, it's carelessness and joie de vivre into every corner of Europe during the Roaring Twenties, and no composer could remain immune to the hot jazz influences of the Foxtrot, Shimmy and Charleston. This third volume of jazzy piano dances features composers from nine Central and Eastern European countries, from Misha Spoliansky's hypnotizing Valse Boston 'Morphium' to Leonid Polovinkin's extremely entertaining and refreshingly futuristic approach to the genre. Gottlieb Wallisch continues his 'most surprising and consistently charming recording project' (The New York Times on Volume 2, GP814).
Gramophones and radios brought the voice of America, it's fashion, it's carelessness and joie de vivre into every corner of Europe during the Roaring Twenties, and no composer could remain immune to the hot jazz influences of the Foxtrot, Shimmy and Charleston. This third volume of jazzy piano dances features composers from nine Central and Eastern European countries, from Misha Spoliansky's hypnotizing Valse Boston 'Morphium' to Leonid Polovinkin's extremely entertaining and refreshingly futuristic approach to the genre. Gottlieb Wallisch continues his 'most surprising and consistently charming recording project' (The New York Times on Volume 2, GP814).
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Format: CD
Label: Grand Piano
Rel. Date: 10/08/2021
UPC: 747313985425

20th Century Foxtrots 3
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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Gramophones and radios brought the voice of America, it's fashion, it's carelessness and joie de vivre into every corner of Europe during the Roaring Twenties, and no composer could remain immune to the hot jazz influences of the Foxtrot, Shimmy and Charleston. This third volume of jazzy piano dances features composers from nine Central and Eastern European countries, from Misha Spoliansky's hypnotizing Valse Boston 'Morphium' to Leonid Polovinkin's extremely entertaining and refreshingly futuristic approach to the genre. Gottlieb Wallisch continues his 'most surprising and consistently charming recording project' (The New York Times on Volume 2, GP814).