True story of new jazz in Moscow. The answer is blowing in the wind, string and percussion instruments

October 6, 2019

..With a borrowed jacket and tie on, the saxophonist came to the dean's office and promised to play at the reporting concert a paraphrase on the Russian folk song "A Birch-Tree in the Field.” With a heavy heart, the administrators gave him the green light. Lukin was playing for twenty minutes. Alone. Solo. He roared double tides, first on his knees, then lying on his back and, finally, standing on his head. "I just impersonated a birch-tree,” he explained, twisting his moustache and grinning. The members of the art direction had a hard time at the district party organization, and Lukin was expelled. This is how the Russian free jazz was born...

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