Track information: 1 - Recorded August 1956, inspired by Bach. The recording of the première performance at the first Jazz Festival in Sopot (Festiwalu Jazzowym w Sopocie). 2 - Recorded November 1967 One of the last compositions by Komeda appearing on "Jazz i Poezja" (Jazz and Poetry) CD, recorded in Poland for the radio. 3 - Recorded October 1963 One of the first compositions of Komeda in 1958, recorded for the first time during the Jazz Jamboree '63. 4 - Recorded May 1964 Recorded in Copenhagen during the performances by Komeda at Jazz Club "Montmarte"
I Festiwal Jazzowy Sopot - Sierpień 1956 1 Love Me Or Leave Me 7:14 II Festiwal Jzzowy Sopot - Sierpień 1957 2 All The Things You Are 11:24 3 Mystery Of Past 7:57 4 Gillespie Memory 6:25 5 I Want To Be Happy 5:06 Nagrania Dokonane W Studio 1956-57 6 Undecided 3:51 7 Laura 5:22 8 The. Man I Love 6:02 9 Continental 5:15 10 Out Of Nowhere 4:16. Nagrano podczas I Ogólnopolskiego Festiwalu Muzyki Jazzowej, Sopot 8 sierpnia 1956 r. (1), II Ogólnopolskiego Festiwalu Muzyki Jazzowej, Sopot 14-16 lipca 1957 r. (2-5) oraz w studio, 1957 r. (6-10). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Astigmatic Polskie Nagrania - Muza 2001.
Krzysztof Komeda - Festiwalu Jazzowym w Sopocie, sierpień 1956. Grzegorz Ciechowski - Wiedźmin: Muzyka Do Filmu Marka Brodzkiego. Krzysztof Komeda - Muzyka Filmowa.
Listen to music from Krzysztof Komeda like Rosemary's Baby Main Theme Vocal, Ballad for Bernt & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Krzysztof Komeda. In 1956 he made his musical debut at a small jazz festival in Sopot, Poland. He first recorded in 1960 with Adam Skorupka and Andrzej Zieliński.
Krzysztof Komeda (born Krzysztof Trzciński; 27 April 1931 – 23 April 1969) was a Polish film music composer and jazz pianist. Perhaps best known for his work in film scores, Komeda wrote the scores for Roman Polanski’s films Knife in the Water (1962), Cul-de-sac (1966), The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967), and Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
The Complete Recordings of Krzysztof Komeda, Vol. 21: 1956-1957.
Krzysztof (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish given name, equivalent to English Christopher. The name became popular in the 15th century. Its diminutive forms include Krzyś, Krzysiek, and Krzysio; augmentative – Krzycho. Individuals named Krzysztof may choose to celebrate their name day on March 15, July 25, March 2, May 21, August 20 or October 31. Krzysztof Arciszewski (1592–1656), Polish military man. Krzysztof Bednarski (b. 1953), famous contemporary Polish sculptor.
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Krzysztof Komeda (Krzysztof Komeda-Trzciński, born Krzysztof Trzciński), jazz composer, pianist and medical doctor. Born 23 April 1931 in Poznań, died 23 April 1969 in Warsaw. Komeda started to learn the piano at the age of seven and took part in his first jam session at the age of nineteen, during a stay in Krakow. While a student at the Medical Academy in Poznań he first played with Jerzy Grzewiński's Dixieland Band and then, in 1952-1954, with the Melomani. The Sextet's first major success at the 1st Jazz Festival in Sopot in 1956 was followed by a silver medal at the 6th International Youth Festival in Moscow in 1957. That year marked also the start of Komeda's lifetime co-operation with Roman Polański. Content: Roots Pillars of jazz from over the Vistula Stylistics of Polish jazz Contemporary yass scene Jazz interpretations of Chopin's music.