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  1. Ever since bursting on the scene with his release»» The Nutcracker Suite, Tim Sparks has captivated guitar fans with some of the finest fingerstyle guitar playing around. An artist who can be difficult to categorize, Sparks’ albums and live performances have featured classical, blues, jazz, folk, klezmer, and other styles, and yet.
  2. Guitar fans will also want to give a listen to yet another side of Sparks—yet another CD release from him entitled Little Princess, that was interestingly released on John Zorn's Tzadik label. The Little Princess CD features Sparks on guitar with his group interpreting the music of Klezmer clarinetist king Naftule Brandwein.
  3. Explore releases from Tim Sparks at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Tim Sparks at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All; Trending Releases Tim Sparks: Guitar Bazaar ‎ (CD, Album) Acoustic Music Records: Germany: Sell This Version: AMC
  4. Jun 21,  · Bach-N-Aliya; Artist Tim Sparks; Album Guitar Bazaar; Licensed to YouTube by Believe Music (on behalf of Acoustic Music Records) Song Talking Trees; Artist Max Kershaw; Licensed to .
  5. History. Sparks had sent a copy of his earlier CD Guitar Bazaar to avant-garde composer, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist John Zorn who liked the Bartok "Rumanian Dances" arrangements on that CD. Sparks had previously played a lot of Jewish music with various Jewish musicians and became adept in the Klezmer style.
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  7. Two more releases followed on the Acoustic Music label, Guitar Bazaar () and One String Leads To Another (). Sparks' work came to the attention of John Zorn, the saxophonist, composer, and curator of Tzadik Records in New York and thereby led to a new cycle of compositions inspired by traditional Jewish melodies.

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