Angel Bat Dawid, ‘Requiem for Jazz’ (International Anthem) | Review


By Neil Tesser Angel Bat Dawid — clarinetist, pianist, poet, vocalist — produces hard-to-categorize works on an operatic scale, and not only musically. Dawid’s sprawling, episodic albums tackle grand themes, in this case the place and role of Black folk in America. Dawid says she is exploring “new Afro sonic realities and futures,” a phrase

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