Zbigniew Namysłowski

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Zbigniew Namysłowski, 2007

Zbigniew Namysłowski (born September 9, 1939) is a Polish jazz alto saxophonist, flautist, cellist, trombonist, pianist and composer born in Warsaw, perhaps best known for appearing on the Krzysztof Komeda album "Astigmatic". He has collaborated in the past with such artists as Leszek Możdżer, Michał Urbaniak and Andrzej Trzaskowski.

Selected Discography[edit]

  • Lola (1964; Decca Records)
  • Astigmatic (1996)
  • Winobranie (1973)
  • Kuyaviak Goes Funky (1975)
  • Zbigniew Namyslowski (1977)
  • Jasmin Lady (1978)
  • Future Talk (1979)
  • Air Condition (1981)
  • Open (1987)
  • Without A Talk (1991)
  • The Last Concert (1992)
  • Secretly & Confidentially (1993)
  • Zbigniew Namysłowski & Zakopane Highlanders (1995)
  • Cy to blues cy nie blues (1997)
  • Dances (1997)
  • 3 Nights (1998)
  • Mozart Goes Jazz (1998)
  • Jazz & Folk - Namyslowski Quartet & Górale (2000)
  • Go! (2003)
  • Standards (2003)
  • Assymetry (2006)
  • Live at Kosmos, Berlin 1965 (2008)
  • Nice & Easy (2009)

As featured soloist:

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