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Perpetuum Jazzile


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Perpetuum Jazzile is a Slovenian choir that performs jazz and popular music. It was founded as Gaudeamus Chamber Choir in 1983 by Marko Tiran. In 2001, Tiran passed the art directorship of the choir on to Tomaž Kozlevčar, the music producer, arranger and vocalist.

The choir consists of both female and male singers, occasionally augmented by jazz instrumentalists from RTV Slovenia Big Band. It uses a wide spectrum of jazz styles, performing complex and dense harmonies, characteristic of close harmony music. It performs bossa nova and swing music, as well as gospel, either a cappella with vocal percussionist Sašo Vrabič, or with a jazz trio.

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Perpetuum Jazzile is a Slovenian choir that performs jazz and popular music. It was founded as Gaudeamus Chamber Choir in 1983 by Marko Tiran. In 2001, Tiran passed the art directorship of the choir on to Tomaž Kozlevčar, the music producer, arranger and vocalist.

The choir consists of both female and male singers, occasionally augmented by jazz instrumentalists from RTV Slovenia Big Band. It uses a wide spectrum of jazz styles, performing complex and dense harmonies, characteristic of close harmony music. It performs bossa nova and swing music, as well as gospel, either a cappella with vocal percussionist Sašo Vrabič, or with a jazz trio.

I learned of this choir last week and love them. As i understand it, they are hoping to have a DVD out in October

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