Artist/Composer:Gueorgui Kornazov „Horizons” Quintet
 Title:The Budapest Concert
(P) 2014
élu - Citizen Jazz
In this music full of life, Gueorgui Kornazov shows that he doesn’t necessarily need to abandon his identity as a jazzman to discover the music of another world. As for the technical ease of this exceptional trombonist, it is never demonstrative, but always in the service of an intense emotion shared by prominent musicians totally immersed in the world of the leader. A musical gluttony!

Philippe Vincent
(Jazz Magazine / Jazzman)


01. Na Toni
8:57
02. Children’s Song
9:38
03. Veronique
14:25


Budapest Suite
04. Pleveli
6:06
05. Tango de Mars
8:12
06. Balkan Spirit
7:39
07. Cry
9:37
08. Feux
4:59
09. Love song
3:52

 Total time: 73:27
Performers
Gueorgui Kornazov - trombone
Emile Parisien - saxophone
Manu Codjia - guitar
Marc Buronfosse - double bass
Karl Jannuska - drums
Production notes:
All compositions by Gueorgui Kornazov
Recorded at the BMC Jazzforum Budapest festival, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest on 8 September, 2011
Recorded, mixed and mastered by László Válik at L.V. Hang Studio, Budapest
Artwork: László Huszár / Greenroom

Produced by László Gőz
Label manager: Tamás Bognár

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Sinkovics Ferenc - Magyar Hírlap (hu)
Márton Attila - Demokrata (hu)
Dr. Nagy Sándor - Jazzma.hu (hu)
Komlós József JR - Kecskeméti Lapok (hu)

Click on the image for higher resolution!In this music full of life, Gueorgui Kornazov shows that he doesn’t necessarily need to abandon his identity as a jazzman to discover the music of another world. As for the technical ease of this exceptional trombonist, it is never demonstrative, but always in the service of an intense emotion shared by prominent musicians totally immersed in the world of the leader. A musical gluttony!

Philippe Vincent
(Jazz Magazine / Jazzman)


A limpid music like a calm, unbroken fl ood which snakes between pleasant open lands. This line-up shares a unifying aesthetic which reaches from the edges of folk and popular traditional music to original, inventive forms which are always accessible. A subtle alloy of folklore, hymns, and spellbinding melodies which are always looking towards free forms.

Thierry Giard
(culturejazz.fr)