Farber Hagiga, Alon: The Magician: Live in Jerusalem

Farber Hagiga, Alon SKU: 44081119
Farber Hagiga, Alon: The Magician: Live in Jerusalem

Farber Hagiga, Alon: The Magician: Live in Jerusalem

Farber Hagiga, Alon SKU: 44081119

Format: CD

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Title: The Magician: Live in Jerusalem
Artist: Farber Hagiga, Alon
Label: Origin Records
UPC: 805558288722
Genre: Jazz

Hagiga is a group that takes the freedom to play what they feel like, making the fun and craftsmanship splash! - Music Frames (Netherlands). Beginning with Dave Douglas' contributions to John Zorn's "Masada," through his seminal albums of the '90s, Israeli saxophonist Alon Farber has been deeply inspired by the beauty & uniqueness of the trumpeter's expansive sonic output. Hoping to someday find the opportunity to cross musical paths, that day came in the summer of 2023 as Douglas joined Farber's accomplished group, Hagiga (meaning, appropriately, 'celebration'), at the Jerusalem Jazz Festival. Providing the band with great inspiration, Alon dubbed Douglas "the magician," as he lifted the ensemble with his presence, his tunes offering stimulating landscapes for them to explore, while Hagiga's iridescent chemistry delivered their own magic. "... a powerful, serious album... " - Distrito Jazz (Spain)

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1.2 The Magician
1.3 Minuet for Maya
1.4 Farbalak
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