Hagaw

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Asocjacja HAGAW - four original members: Kowalski (violin), Jastrzebski (sousaphone), Bielecki (clarinet), Brudko (banjo)

Hagaw, also known as Asocjacja Hagaw, is a Polish traditional jazz band, formed as a quintet at the Klub Stodoła in Warsaw in 1964 by Andrzej Jastrzębski, and named from the initials of the first names of its founding members.[1] The original lineup consisted of Jastrzębski, Grzegorz Brudko, Henryk Kowalski, Wiesław Papliński and Andrzej Bielecki. The lineup has since changed many times.

Discography[edit]

  • 1967 - Do you love Hagaw?
  • 1970 - Asocjacja Hagaw i Andrzej Rosiewicz
  • 1971 - Assoziation Hagaw "with Goldies But Goodies"
  • 1974 - Assoziation Hagaw "Ich hab' das Fraeulein Helen Baden sehen"
  • 1975 - Asocjacja Hagaw & Andrzej Rosiewicz
  • 1976 - Hagaw "Veronika, der Lenz ist da"
  • 1977 - Asocjacja Hagaw Andrzej Rosiewicz Ewa Olszewska
  • 1979 - Hagaw
  • 1980 - Manhattan
  • 1980 - A.Rosiewicz i Hagaw "Ufo/Zniwo"
  • 1986 - Please
  • 2006 - Association Hagaw in Koncert /Berlin 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stodola (Polish)