The Jazz Festiavl.. (1967)

Film-document №6506 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:06, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Golubov G.

Script writers: Braslavskiy L.

Operators: Golubov G.

Anouncers: Lvov M.

Text writers: Asarkan A.


Then best preformances of the best representatives of jazz -A.Kozlov, G.Lukyanov, V.Sakun, G. Garanyan, G.Zarkha and others at the Jazz groups' festival in Moscow in 1967.


Culture and Arts

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Moscow. Palace of Culture Engineering. The people at the entrance. Programmki jazz festival. From the bus leave the festival participants. Supports quartet running Kozlov. City of Tallinn. Streets. Jazz Festival in Tallinn. Playing Leningrad "Dixieland". Advocates G. Lukyanov, Burd, Rychkov, Charles Lloyd Quartet from the United States. Composer A. Eshpay gives interviews. Cafe "Youth". Visitors cafe. Stands trio Sakun. Listens Ya Frenkel. Quartet rehearsing G. Garanian. G. Garanyan gives interviews (synchronously). Stands quartet Garanian. Arrangement "oat". Advocates vocal-instrumental ensemble G. Zarkhi, B. Lyudovikovskogo Orchestra, Quintet "Crescendo", Dixieland Grachev. Bahaldin play, Zubov, Bulalov, Frumkin. Zubov and Bahaldin give interviews (synchronously).

Reel №1

The people at the entrance to the Palace of Culture of MIIT (Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers) - LS., MS.

A sign of the Palace of Culture - CU.

Arrival of jazz festival in celebration.

The audience in the hall of the Cultural listen to music, look at the scene - CU., MS.

Composer Andrew Eshpai in the hall - CU.

Acts saxophonist Alexey Kozlov (solo) and jazz (performing music Kozlov) (synchronously).

Pianist, drummer of jazz Kozlov (synchronous) - CU.

The city of Tallinn - LS.

One of the streets - MS.

The house in which a festival of jazz.

The audience listened to jazz music - LS., MS.

Leningrad Jazz Band performs "Dikselend" directed by German Lukyanov: play G. Lukyanov (trumpet), jazz artists Burd (bass), Rychkov (pianist), trombonist, drummer (voiced) - LS., CU.

Serving American Charles Lloyd Quartet (voiced) - LS., CU.

Member of the jury of the Moscow Festival of Jazz composer Andrew Eshpai gives interviews (synchronously).

Cafe "Youth" in Moscow - CU.

Turn to visit the cafe - MS.

Plaque with the inscription on the door of the cafe "Free places no» - CU.

Composer A. Eshpai and Jan Frankel among visitors in the hall cafe "Youth» - MS.

The cafe serves a jazz under Vadim Sakun: performs the song "5 steps to space" (synchronous).

Playing: Sakun the piano, the bass Andrey Egorov, Valery Bulanov percussion - MS., CU.

Sakun hands on the keyboard playing (synchronous) - CU.

Triple exposure: playing the piano, NPL - the drummer and bassist - CU.

Vadim Sakun classroom writes on the board the formula (dissertation work in physics) - MS.

Head Youth Jazz Ensemble George Garanjan says about jazz and jazz music (synchronously).

Rehearsal G. Garanian (synchronous) - LS., CU.

Satanovsky Gromin, Garetkin in rehearsal - CU.

Reel №2

G. Garanian ensemble in rehearsal - the party of individual instruments are processed (synchronously).

G. Garanyan in rehearsal - CU., Freeze-frame.

Jazz Orchestra under George Garanian at the Moscow Festival of Jazz performs composition Garanian "oat" (synchronous).

Composer Vano Muradeli in the hall listening to - CU.

Café "Youth" by jazz radio Willis Konnover listening to music and the music tapping his fingers on the table - CU., PNRM.

The orchestra G. Garanian: guitar solos Gromin.

Plays bass Satanovsky (synchronous) - MS., CU.

Visitors listen to a cafe - MS., CU.

Radio remote control in the concert hall - MS.

Vocal ensemble performs Henry Zarchi (synchronously).

Jazz Band performs Vadim Lyudvikovsky: V. Lyudvikovsky conducts (synchronously).

Playing: Bakholdin trombonist, saxophonist Zubov, pianist Boris Frumkin.

Bakholdin talks about the soloists (synchronously).

Teeth talks about the soloists (synchronously).

Lyudvikovsky jazz soloists play, improvise (synchronously).

B. Frumkin talks about improvisation (synchronously).

Jazz Band performs Grachev: play - double bass, banjo, trombone, piano, percussion (synchronously).