Various ‎– Československý Džez 1963

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Supraphon ‎– DV 10150, Gramofonový Klub ‎– DV 10150
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A1 Džezový Orchestr Čs. Rozhlasu* Passacaglia
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Miroslav KlazarComposed By – Pavel BlatnýConductor – Karel KrautgartnerContrabass – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákPiano – Kamil HálaTenor Saxophone – Milan UlrichTrombone – Artur Hollitzer, Bedřich Beránek, Ladislav Pikart, Miroslav KoželuhTrumpet – Jan Čapoun, Richard Kubernát, Václav Hybš, Vítězslav HorákTrumpet [Bass] – Pavel Vitoch
3:55
A2 Džezové Studio* Výkřik
Composed By, Contrabass, Vocals – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákGuitar – Vladimír TomekTrombone – Artur HollitzerTrumpet – Richard Kubernát
5:30
A3 Studijní Skupina Tradičního Džezu* V Sedmém Poschodí
Banjo – Evžen RichterClarinet, Saxophone – Eugen Jegorov, Michal Pálka, Pavel SmetáčekComposed By, Piano – Antonín BílýDrums – František Čech*Trombone – Jaroslav FuksaTrumpet – Jiří Pechar, Luboš ZajíčekTuba – Ivan Smetáček
3:45
A4 SH Kvinteto* Budapešťská Roláda
Baritone Saxophone – Jan KonopásekComposed By, Tenor Saxophone – Karel VelebnýContrabass – Jan ArnetDrums – Pavol Polanský*Guitar – Rudolf DašekTrumpet – Ladislav Déczi*
2:40
A5 SH Kvinteto* Mariam (Z Filmu Pražské Blues)
Baritone Saxophone – Jan KonopásekComposed By, Tenor Saxophone – Karel VelebnýContrabass – Jan ArnetDrums – Pavol Polanský*Performer [Guest], Cello – Karel VejvodaPerformer [Guest], Guitar – Rudolf DašekPerformer [Guest], Piano – Vítězslav VoborníkPerformer [Guest], Trombone – Zdeněk PulecTrumpet – Ladislav Déczi*
1:55
A6 Metronom (2) Logaritmus 6
Alto Saxophone – Miroslav KrýslComposed By – Bohumil ČiperaContrabass – Vladimír HoraDrums – Karel TurnovskýPiano – Vítězslav VoborníkTrombone – Zdeněk PulecTrumpet – Ivo Preis
6:30
B1 Džezový Orchestr Čs. Rozhlasu* Tři Na Čtyři
Composed By – Kamil HálaConductor, Alto Saxophone – Karel KrautgartnerContrabass – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákTenor Saxophone – Milan UlrichTrombone – Artur Hollitzer, Ladislav Pikart, Miroslav KoželuhTrumpet – Jan Čapoun, Richard Kubernát, Václav Hybš, Vítězslav Horák
5:15
B2 Džezové Trio* Moderní Žena. Suita (Účes — Oči — Nohy)
Composed By, Contrabass – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákPerformer [Guest], Clarinet – Karel KrautgartnerPerformer [Guest], Piccolo Flute – Zdeněk Zika*Piano – Rudolf Rokl
8:30
B3 SH Kvinteto* Paže Pážete
Composed By, Vibraphone – Karel VelebnýContrabass – Jan ArnetDrums – Pavol Polanský*Flute – Jan KonopásekGuitar – Antonín JulinaPerformer [Guest], Bass Clarinet – Vladimír TymichPerformer [Guest], Cello – Karel VejvodaPerformer [Guest], Soprano Saxophone – Jaromír HonzákPerformer [Guest], Vocals – Jana Petrů
2:40
B4 Gustav Brom Se Svým Orchestrem* Piknik
Alto Saxophone – František NavrátilBaritone Saxophone – Josef AudesComposed By, Contrabass – Milan ŘežábekConductor – Gustav BromDrums – Václav SkálaPiano – Oldřich BlahaTenor Saxophone – Broněk Horák*, Zdeněk NovákTrombone – Stanislav VeselýTrumpet – Alfa Šmíd, Jaromír Hnilička, Lubomír Řezanina
7:50

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Nahráno v druhém pololetí 1963 v nahrávacích studiích SHV a Čs. rozhlasu
Gramofonový klub Praha - Supraphon

Vydalo Státní hudební vydavatelství, n. p., Praha pro Gramofonový klub v roce 1964 jako 116. publikaci edice kulturně osvětového odboru, řízené Jaroslavem Šedou. […] Vytiskly Obchodní tiskárny, n. p., Kolín. Stran 12 — VA 2,63 — AA 2,56 — náklad 7.250 — vydání I.
[booklet and print credits]

© 1964 [liner notes]
Cover © 1964
Photography © 1964

24’35” [duration A]
24’10” [duration B]

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Limited edition “Gramofonový klub” release, available to club subscribers as pre-order only, not in regular stores.
Packaged within a spiral-bound cardboard sleeve with printed front cover and a sewed plastic bag, including 7 sheets with credits, extensive liner notes, a poem by Ivo Rožek (belonging to track B2), score examples and photos.

Recorded in the second half of 1963 in studios of SHV (i.e. Supraphon) and Czechoslovak Radio. Uncredited recording dates: July 21 (A1, A2), September 14 (A4, A5), October 18 (B4), November 9 (A3), December 9 (B1), December 19 (B3), December 21 (A6, B2).

Also released for Artia Prague with a gatefold picture sleeve as “Jazz In Czechoslovakia 5”, Supraphon SUA 15599, identical matrix numbers. The ensembles were listed as: “Czechoslovak Radio Jazz Orchestra”, “Jazz Studio Prague” (both A2+B2), “Study Group Of Traditional Jazz”, “S+H Quintet Ensemble”, “The Metronome Group”, “Gustav Brom Orchestra”. English track titles: “Passacaglia”, “Outcry”, “On The Seventh Floor”, “Budapest Roulade”, “Mariam”, “Logarithm 6”, “Three To Four”, “Modern Woman Suite”, “The Page Of The Page”, “Picnic”.

Note: Due to a temporary change in Czech grammar, the word “jazz” is transcribed phonetically as “džez”.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): A 2912
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): A 2913
  • Other (Printed matter registration number labels): F-09*40237
  • Other (Sound recording copyright year code): X.
  • Rights Society: OSA
  • Other (Retail price code): H
  • Other (Printed matter registration number booklet): F-03*40150
  • Other (Retail price, back cover stamp): 44-Kčs

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label  Cat# Country Year
SUA 15599, СУА 15599 Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 5(LP, Mono) Supraphon, Supraphon SUA 15599, СУА 15599 Czechoslovakia 1964 Sell This Version

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