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Sax and flute player, composer and arranger, Anatole Gerasimov worked with Moscow's best jazz bands. In 1973 he emigrated to the U.S. where he first played for Duke Ellington's orchestra. After the orchestra had broken up, he played with the leading New York jazzmen and composed for the theatre and the cinema (for example, he wrote a song for 1983's blockbuster "Liquid Sky"). In the early 1990s he moved to Paris and in 1997 returned to Russia. He now successfully works in Moscow with his own band of young musicians.