Thus, Jazzi Palal is honored to have an interview with Villu Vesk, a talented, recognized, highly experienced and loved by the audience, saxophonist and chief organizer of the Juujääb festival. Mr. Veski, you are a joy for people on stage …

UT Library phonotheque: Good finds from the record shelf VIII

This time, the list of jazz records in the phonotheque includes several already awarded and some more waiting for your laurel wreath. Nevertheless, we decide to recommend a little-known (perhaps completely unknown) trio to the general public. In his previous issue of Jazz Track, Taavo Remmel wrote a nice article about how his collaboration with Swiss pianist Gabriele Pezzol and percussionist Brian Quinn began. Clearly still remembers Gabriele …

Andres Roots: Father of tenor saxophone: Coleman Hawkins 111

Singer Jon Hendricks once introduced Coleman Hawkins to the audience with the words, “This is the man for whom Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone!” This statement was not quite true, but it sounded believable: