Jazz instrumental in freedom for Eastern countries
Some musicians drew a circle of musicians around them. György Szabados created his own musical world based on Hungarian pentatonic folk songs, jazz improvisation and contemporary harmonies. The avant-garde music, often labeled as “Eastern-European New Wave,” gained a surprising popularity in the 80’s in Hungary, represented by musicians as pianists Szabados, Károly Binder, saxophonists Mihály Dresch and István Grencsó.
(The Virginian Pilot/Ledger Star, 1991. Norfolk, Virginia, USA)
Turi Gábor: published The Virginian Pilot/Ledger Star, 1991. Norfolk, Virginia, USA