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Other participants in this project are some well-known names on the local jazz scene. Bassist Leonidas Shinkarenko and percussionist Gediminas Laurinavičius are long-time allies of Chekasin, appearing as sidemen in his quartets in the late 1980s at numerous festivals and on several recordings. The popularity of drummer Linas Būda mainly rests on his playing with quite a few Lithuanian rock and metal bands, while his musical interests extend much further to include jazz fusion, which he regularly performs as member of the Dainius Pulauskas Group and frequent collaborator in one-off projects by Vladimir Chekasin.

The true beginning of free jazz as it is understood today, however, came with the recordings of Ornette Coleman . Coleman pioneered many techniques typical of free jazz, most notably his rejection of pre-written chord changes, believing instead that freely improvised melodic lines should serve as the basis for harmonic progression in his compositions. His first notable recordings for Contemporary Records included Tomorrow Is the Question! and Something Else in 1958, garnering Coleman national recognition. [12] In terms of free jazz history, these albums revolutionized concepts of musical structure, as many of the compositions on these two early albums do not follow typical 32-bar form and often employ abrupt changes in tempo and mood. [13]

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Birth date: February 24, 1947
Birth place: Yekaterinburg, Russia
Profession: Composer
Nominations: Nika Award for Best Music Score
Albums: San Francisco Holidays, Bolero 2, Taxi Blues

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