Jazz Band Młynarski-Masecki releases the second album. This time, the artists decided to go a step further and fulfill their big dream of a real jazz orchestra. They added the violin, trumpets and trombones section to the basic composition, which consisted of 7 people. In this way a 17-member band was created with a much wider sound palette. The band’s concert tour will include recitals that will take place in the best Polish concert halls.
Płyta z zadrą w sercu is the title of one of the songs of one of the greatest Polish songwriters of the 20th century – Marian Hemar. The Polish translation of the American standard by Cliff Friend, Charlie Tobias and Boyd Bunch made a sensation in one of the revues of the Warsaw theater Cyrulik Warszawski in 1938. Musicians, staring at old photographs and listening to Polish and American orchestras, decided to create the world , in which World War II did not take place, and dance jazz bands in Poland do not cease to exist and play drawing from all the benefits of modernity. For recordings, the musicians used microphones from the 1920s. The whole was realized by Filip Krause, from the famous Berlin studio of Emil Berliner. The album will contain songs mainly from the turn of the 1930s and 1940s. They are all Polish hits, well known in the old days, today a bit forgotten. Marcin Masecki breathed a whole new life into his songs, a life of the 21st century. The spiritual patron of this album is Zygmunt Karasiński – a brilliant Polish entertainment composer before and after the war. The album will contain three of his compositions. The story of Maestro Karasiński will be described in the appendix to the album.