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Szilárd Mezei, viola
Bogdan Rankovic, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet
Branislav Aksin, trombone
Kornél Pápista, tuba

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released July 1, 2011

Recorded on December 22 & 23, 2010
at Studio Vilenjak, Novi Sad, Serbia.
Cover painting by unknown artist.


Following their highly acclaimed debut We Were Watching the Rain on Leo, Serbian viola-player/composer Szilárd Mezei and his “Wind Quartet” return with yet another batch of their subtle mix of contemporary chamber music, European folk-jazz and improvisation. Throughout the seven pieces on Innen, Mezei's viola is both supported and challenged by Bogdan Rankovic's reeds, Branislav Aksin's trombone and Kornél Papista's tuba, all four musicians of this small orchestra servicing the composer’s ideas as well as entering into improvisational exchanges, and taking the music to impressive heights of creativity, consistency and virtuosity.


Reviews:
François Couture, Monsieur Délire's LD
Luc Bouquet, ImproJazz
Bartosz Adamczac, (Free) Jazz Alchemist
Guy Sitruk, Jazz à Paris
Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes
Eyal Hareuveni, AllAboutJazz
Franpi Barriaux, CitizenJazz
Grego Edwards, gapplegatemusicreview
Leif Carlsson, Tidningen Kulturen
Clifford Allen, Ni Kantu
Noël tachet, ImproJazz
Ken Waxman, JazzWord
Angelo Leonardi, All About Jazz Italia
Rui Eduardo Paes, Jazz..pt

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Founded in 2000 in Sweden, Ayler Records has gained recognition among Free Jazz fans by releasing both archive and contemporary recordings documenting the American, Scandinavian and French Free Jazz scenes.

In 2009, Ayler Records moved to France and has since opened the catalogue to recordings in less direct relationship with the Free Jazz canon, while remaining faithful to its original spirit.
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