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  1. Active since the mid 1990s, the Masada String Trio plays compositions from John Zorn's Masada songbook. Zorn also conducts the trio's live…

  2. Jamie Saft Trio is Jamie Saft's acoustic piano project, featuring Ben Perowsky on drums and Greg Cohen on acoustic bass.

    In 2005 the trio…

  3. Erik Friedlander (1 July 1960) is a jazz/experimental cellist and composer from New York, USA.

    The first thing to know about Erik Friedlander is…

  4. Bar Kokhba is the Bar Kokhba Sextet playing the Masada Book Two. So far, they've only released one album under this moniker - Lucifer: Book of…

  5. There are at least 5 bands called the Dreamers.

    1. The Dreamers is John Zorn's Jazz Sextet, which consists of :
    Cyro Baptista: Percussion
    Joey…

  6. The Cracow Klezmer Band was a Polish quartet that evolved from a traditional klezmer sound toward a dark, complex and highly arranged form of…

  7. John Zorn (born September 2, 1953 in New York City, United States) is an American avant-garde composer, arranger, record producer, saxophonist…

  8. Israeli-born Koby Israelite, now based in London, is a highly gifted and versatile multi-instrumentalist.
    He studied piano at the Tel Aviv…

  9. Marc Ribot (pron.: /ˈriːboʊ/) (Newark, NJ, May 21, 1954) is an American guitarist and composer.
    His work has touched on many styles, including no…

  10. There are some artists with the name Masada:

    1) Masada is not so much a band as a musical project that John Zorn embarked upon in the early…

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