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Matzah to Menorah Review

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By HRAYR ATTARIAN, Published: January 8, 2013

“There is a well-established legacy of fusing the sacred with the secular in jazz. Pianist Duke Ellington’s Concert of Sacred Music (RCA, 1966) is, perhaps, the most ceremonial example of this but there is a myriad of other recordings. Guitarist Grant Green’s gospel-inspired Feelin’ the Spirit (Blue Note, 1962), pianist/harpist Alice Coltrane’s exploration of Hinduism and beyond on Universal Consciousness (Impulse!, 1972) and saxophonist Pharoah Sanders’ nod to Islam with the classic Summun Bukmun Umyun (Impulse!, 1970), are a few of the more freewheeling expressions of this musical relationship.”
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