Review: Jacques Schwarz-Bart, ‘Hazzan’ (Enja/Yellowbird)


Throughout his career, saxophonist Jacques Schwarz-Bart has made music sparked by his interest in various cultures, as evidenced by his Africa-inspired Gwoka Jazz Project; his voodoo-centric Jazz Racine Haiti album; and the Creole Spirits Project, a celebration of Haitian and Cuban mysticism. Hazzan, which draws from Jewish liturgical music — and his own ethnic background

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