Shleu Shleu Saxophonist Tony Moise, a Death too Soon


He began as a guitarist but eventually turned to the saxophone, which he mastered quickly, perfecting the laid-back and sensual style he became noted for. It took five years for the members of Manfoubins to win over the hearts of music lovers with the new genre, mini-jazz. In a later incarnation the band played under the name of Shleu-Shleu, today known as Ska-Shah.

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While band members in Manfoubins came and went, Moise remained an admired and respected musician, who had become the face of the new music, mini-jazz. Mini-jazz groups were so-called because they were composed of far fewer musicians than old-school groups, a minimum of 15 members.

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