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by Kruziki Transatlantica Quintet

A combination of Armenian, Argentinian and original compositions that utilize jazz improvisation.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Tierrita
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2. Bride's Wedding
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3. Ejmiadzin
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4. Longa Farahfaza
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5. Es Puchur Yars Puchur
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6. Mumuki
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7. Grichester Tantz
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8. Ime Prezakias
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9. Sev Mut Amper/ Yeraz/ Oh Nare
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10. Vidatango
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An original brainchild of composer/arranger Aaron Kruziki, the Kruziki Transatlantica Quintet performs an eclectic mix of classical, tango, Armenian, Balkan, Greek, Arabic and Jazz music. Taking into consideration the importance of individual improvisatory expression, KTQ performs original compositions and arrangements. Featuring an uncommon lineup of saxophone/flute/clarinet/duduk, violin, piano/accordion, bass and drums/percussion, this band's book is built around the individual uniqueness of each player. KTQ is sophisticated and refined for the concert stage, yet adventuresome for any nightclub.

In 2006, KTQ was the recipient of DownBeat Magazine's best Jazz instrumental small group award, and in 2005 took home two additional DownBeat Awards for best Jazz instrumental group as well as best classical chamber group.


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Jim Ikiruz

Great new sound!
You've got to listen to this more than once to hear all the innudendos that go into this tango music. You will love the variety and ethnic flavors. I'v ordered three copies for myself and friends, and they are all amazed. Definitely a group to watch--they will go far.