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About John Zorn

John Zorn's sixty-plus (and counting) releases run the gamut from abstract improvisational game pieces (Cobra) and hyperactive, slice-and-dice Grindcore (Torture Garden) to near-minimalist Chamber Music (Redbird) and cinematic studio collages (Spillane and The Big Gundown). The New York City native's most identifiable trademarks are his bloodied, high pitch-dwelling alto saxophone playing and, as a composer, his use of rapid, jarring juxtapositions -- in mood, volume, genre, and/or instrumentation. Both qualities featured heavily in his late '80s/early '90s supergroup Naked City, a sort of rock band summation of his work since the late '70s and one of his two most popular projects. The other, his Jewish-jazz quartet Masada, is relatively traditional, featuring Klezmer and Middle Eastern-flavored melodies in an energetic, Post Bop-to-Free Jazz context. Marking a new phase of his career, Zorn has been devoting attention to his classical material, and in doing so ensuring that his listeners will consistently remain on their toes.

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Listen toJohn Zornon Napster

John Zorn's sixty-plus (and counting) releases run the gamut from abstract improvisational game pieces (Cobra) and hyperactive, slice-and-dice Grindcore (Torture Garden) to near-minimalist Chamber Music (Redbird) and cinematic studio collages (Spillane and The Big Gundown). The New York City native's most identifiable trademarks are his bloodied, high pitch-dwelling alto saxophone playing and, as a composer, his use of rapid, jarring juxtapositions -- in mood, volume, genre, and/or instrumentation. Both qualities featured heavily in his late '80s/early '90s supergroup Naked City, a sort of rock band summation of his work since the late '70s and one of his two most popular projects. The other, his Jewish-jazz quartet Masada, is relatively traditional, featuring Klezmer and Middle Eastern-flavored melodies in an energetic, Post Bop-to-Free Jazz context. Marking a new phase of his career, Zorn has been devoting attention to his classical material, and in doing so ensuring that his listeners will consistently remain on their toes.

About John Zorn

John Zorn's sixty-plus (and counting) releases run the gamut from abstract improvisational game pieces (Cobra) and hyperactive, slice-and-dice Grindcore (Torture Garden) to near-minimalist Chamber Music (Redbird) and cinematic studio collages (Spillane and The Big Gundown). The New York City native's most identifiable trademarks are his bloodied, high pitch-dwelling alto saxophone playing and, as a composer, his use of rapid, jarring juxtapositions -- in mood, volume, genre, and/or instrumentation. Both qualities featured heavily in his late '80s/early '90s supergroup Naked City, a sort of rock band summation of his work since the late '70s and one of his two most popular projects. The other, his Jewish-jazz quartet Masada, is relatively traditional, featuring Klezmer and Middle Eastern-flavored melodies in an energetic, Post Bop-to-Free Jazz context. Marking a new phase of his career, Zorn has been devoting attention to his classical material, and in doing so ensuring that his listeners will consistently remain on their toes.

About John Zorn

John Zorn's sixty-plus (and counting) releases run the gamut from abstract improvisational game pieces (Cobra) and hyperactive, slice-and-dice Grindcore (Torture Garden) to near-minimalist Chamber Music (Redbird) and cinematic studio collages (Spillane and The Big Gundown). The New York City native's most identifiable trademarks are his bloodied, high pitch-dwelling alto saxophone playing and, as a composer, his use of rapid, jarring juxtapositions -- in mood, volume, genre, and/or instrumentation. Both qualities featured heavily in his late '80s/early '90s supergroup Naked City, a sort of rock band summation of his work since the late '70s and one of his two most popular projects. The other, his Jewish-jazz quartet Masada, is relatively traditional, featuring Klezmer and Middle Eastern-flavored melodies in an energetic, Post Bop-to-Free Jazz context. Marking a new phase of his career, Zorn has been devoting attention to his classical material, and in doing so ensuring that his listeners will consistently remain on their toes.