The concept of the plane in one of its definitions is a simple smooth surface, an example of which could be represented by a mirror or a table.
The term “plane” is used to denote the level of something. For example, a plane surface of water…
Plane (geometry) – a two-dimensional space of zero curvature.
Plane (aviation) – a plane of a wing, i.e. wing surface, which is exposed to air currents.
Plane (philosophy) – a term of a natural-scientific tradition that is used as a metaphor in modern philosophy in the context of a philosophical metaphor for multidimensionality of being and thinking.
“Events are like crystals, they become and grow only out of the edges, or on the edge. In is necessary to slide the whole length in such a way that the old “depth” no longer exists at all, having been reduced to the opposite side of the surface. Any possible science is moving just along the curtain, along the edge. Only by following the latter, avoiding the surface, we move from the bodies to the incorporeal.”
“This album contains some recent pieces and compositions, that were created several years ago and are possible to be viewed on this kind of ”plane”. Also there are several of my favourite compositions, that were not written by me, but we all could see them exacltly as they sound here.”
released November 5, 2015
Pavel Skornyakov: alto and soprano saxophone
Yuriy Sevastyanov: tenor saxophone
Natalia Skvortsova: piano
Philipp Mescheryakov: double bass
Alexander Zinger: drums
Natalia Skvortsova [1-3, 6, 8]
John Coltrane 
Pavel Skornyakov 
Recorded by: Alexander Mikhlin
Recorded at: Vladimir Osinsky Studio, Moscow, April 28-30, 2015
Edited by: Alexander Mikhlin
Mixed, mastered by: Alexander Mikhlin
Cover photo by: Anna Zyabreva
Special thanks to: Viсtor Radzievskiy, Anna Veselovskaya, Andrey Skvortsov, RADIO 1JAZZ.RU
, “C-Jam Club Jazz” Studio, Hidden Bar