Olgierd Dokalski - Mirza Tarak (2016)
Jazz | Author: jonson | 9-10-2016, 11:12
Olgierd Dokalski Title Of Album:
Mirza TarakYear Of Release:
Fundacja Kaisera S?zeCountry:
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: Album PreviewTracklist:
01. Problem sam si? naprawia 6:41
02. W drodze 5:03
03. Budzisz si? jako Czapla 4:07
04. Kraina ciszy i ciemno?ci 1:25
05. Iluminacja 2:22
06. D?nmeh 2:22
07. Mizogin 4:37
08. Adana 2:20
09. Malahuda 8:28
10. Nie zapomnisz mnie 5:53
The first solo album by Olgierd Dokalski - the improvising trumpeter so far known as the leader of Daktari and nor cold, the co-leader of kIRk and Msza ?wi?ta w Altonie (Holy Mass in Altona), and a member of Warsaw Improvisers Orchestra.
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Olgierd Dokalski - a musician, a composer and an improviser. A self-taught trumpeter. A cybernetic specialist, and a cultural anthropology aficionado. Born in Warsaw in 1983. The founder and leader of Daktari - a quintet inspired by the aesthetics of postrock, folk, and avant-garde jazz. With the Polish-Israeli-Belgian quartet nor cold established in 2012, Olgierd interpreted Sephardic songs originating from the early twentieth-century Balkans. Olgierd also co-operates with kIRk, Msza ?wi?ta w Altonie and Warsaw Improvisers Orchestra with whom he has released eight albums for the labels such as Multikulti Project, Asfalt Records and Requiem Records. He is also a co-founder of Circon Int. DIY label.
On April 5, 2016 the Kaiser S?ze Foundation is releasing Olgierd’s first solo album entitled ‘Mirza Tarak’ that showcases his interests in cultural studies and genealogy.
This is what the artist writes about the album: ‘I have decided to record “Mirza Tarak” inspired by the history of Jakub Murza Buczacki, of Tarak coat of arms, who set off for his Hajj at the end of the eighteen century influenced by the events of the Targowica Confederation. Buczacki was one of the few Polish Tatars (the first from the Southern Podlasie) who undertook the pilgrimage to Mecca. What have I found so interesting in this story? Why have I decided to translate it into music? My album and the text attempt to answer these questions.’
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