A World of Women’s Voices


By Josef Woodard Around the globe, women are singing the international language of jazz. A stubborn myth, or at least a half-truth, has it that jazz vocalizing is an almost categorically American art form. In fact, jazz singing is an international and ever-evolving language involving a broad constellation of dialects. Even beyond the self-evident foundation

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