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    After She Left - Jacques Schwarz-Bart - Abyss (CD, Album)

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    1. Sharan

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      Saxophonist Jacques Schwarz-Bart lays out his plans for recharting his music in the context of the Caribbean where he lives in his spirit. Scan the QR codes below the album to connect to the.
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      Nov 26,  · photo: jacques schwarz-bart So begins a previous review of Jacques Schwarz-Bart’s recent album, Jazz Racine Haïti. Musicologist Alan Leeds noted that because of .
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      Talk with Jacques Schwarz-Bart ’94, and you’ll find yourself captivated by his passion for French-Caribbean roots music and his dedication to exploring the mystery of his native Guadeloupe’s gwo ka tradition and the spirituality of Haitian music. In this quest he has found his artistic.
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      Jacques Schwarz-Bart / Soné Ka-La (EmArcy) Jazz. Jacques Schwarz-Bart first picked up a sax at the age of 24 and by was playing in D’Angelo’s touring band. On his third release as a leader, he says that he has finally achieved the sound he has been seeking for the last 16 years.
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      Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Abyss - Jacques Schwarz-Bart on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Abyss - Jacques Schwarz-Bart on AllMusic - After She Left. Jacques Schwarz-Bart. .
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      Jacques Schwarz-Bart: Abyss (, ObliqSound): Tenor saxophonist (one track soprano), b. in Guadeloupe, mother black, father was French-Jewish, both novelists; grew up shuttling back and forth between Guadeloupe and Switzerland, picking up gwoka drums in one place, jazz in the other. Has a couple of previous albums.

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