• The first CD that documents the Moscow Art Trio’s live work. It contains the recording of an inspired concert on the NDR radio studio in Hamburg in 1996.

  • Prayer

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    With Arkady Shilkloper, French and flugelhorn, and Starostin, voice and percussion, this album is a follow-up of “Folk ” with the same brilliant combination of Jazz and Russian-Moldavian-Romanian Folk elements as well as the guest musicians from the South Siberian republic of Tuva (overtone and throat singing) and a Russian Folk ensemble.

  • Folk Dreams

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    The listener can enjoy here an impressive combination between Jazz and Russian-Moldavian-Hungarian folk elements, with guest musicians from the South-Siberian Tuva as well as a Russian folk choir (Russkaja Pesnja).

  • The twelve titles on this sampler present a cross-section of old and new releases. We start with Hazmat Modine, JARO’s most successful production in the last ten years, highly acclaimed from Finland to Sicily. In the summer of 2008, the ensemble will be in Europe for a tour comprising some forty concerts. New tracks from hitherto unpublished CDs by the ensembles Huun-Huur-Tu, Moscow Art Trio and the Warsaw Village Band will then provide an overview of the releases of the coming months.