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Mikrokolektyw

Mikrokolektyw

Polish improvisers

From the September, 2011 issue

Over the last half-century, jazz has flourished in Central Europe, especially in Poland. Banned by the Stalinist postwar government, it emerged from the underground in the late Fifties to become an important component of intellectual culture, with a strong oppositional element. When I was a teenager in Poland in the Sixties, my friends and I traded cherished

 
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