Jazzrocková generácia na Slovensku

Abstrakt:

At the beginning of the 1980s the mainstream orientation of Slovak jazz predominated. In the second half of the 80s jazz-rock, fusion music and funky became dominant. Older representatives accepted some rhythmic and sound elements of jazz-rock, but their main field kept post bop tendencies, or soul and blues in bands such as: Esprit D. Húščava, Quartet of Ladislav Gerhardt and Combo of Peter Lipa, 1977 – 1986. After forming younger music generation begun a new era of jazz-rock and fusion music in Slovakia in a form of Bratislava Conservatory Big Band (1982), A´Conto (1985 – 1990), Alef (1986 – 1993), Adriena Bartošová and Scat, Ashband, Bossa Noha (1989 – 1995), Esprit Band (Pavol Kozma, 1983 – 1987), Boston Drivers (1990, Pavol Kozma), Madre, Stop Time, Trio Jakabčic – Burian – Jaro (1986 – 1991), Tamis (1980 – 1983) and Tutu (1989 – 1993). The article is describing the beginning of jazz-rock generation also in the vocal field represented by Peter Lipa, Adriena Bartošová and Bartolomej Balogh.

At the beginning of the 1980s the mainstream orientation of Slovak jazz predominated. In the second half of the 80s jazz-rock, fusion music and funky became dominant. Older representatives accepted some rhythmic and sound elements of jazz-rock, but their main field kept post bop tendencies, or soul and blues in bands such as: Esprit D. Húščava, Quartet of Ladislav Gerhardt and Combo of Peter Lipa, 1977 – 1986. After forming younger music generation begun a new era of jazz-rock and fusion music in Slovakia in a form of Bratislava Conservatory Big Band (1982), A´Conto (1985 – 1990), Alef (1986 – 1993), Adriena Bartošová and Scat, Ashband, Bossa Noha (1989 – 1995), Esprit Band (Pavol Kozma, 1983 – 1987), Boston Drivers (1990, Pavol Kozma), Madre, Stop Time, Trio Jakabčic – Burian – Jaro (1986 – 1991), Tamis (1980 – 1983) and Tutu (1989 – 1993). The article is describing the beginning of jazz-rock generation also in the vocal field represented by Peter Lipa, Adriena Bartošová and Bartolomej Balogh.

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