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The audience, entirely entranced by the three musicians in front of them, had been transported.Yamani and Yassine had actually learned how to play music together while they were students in Beirut.Aboul Hosn, who harmoniously strung Yamani and Yassine together on the bass, is a newer face in the music scene -- but bound to make a mark. While Yamani is considered a trailblazer today in his efforts to energize traditional Arabic melodies with jazz sounds, he informed the audience he works on the precedent of American jazz players who have historically engaged with eastern music. Yamani, who is now N.Y.-based, is currently working on producing new music that aims to go even further.
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