Within a Room of Gold: Michele Rosewoman

Standing on the tiny stage of Manhattan’s Zinc Bar in November, the dozen or so musicians in Michele Rosewoman’s New-Yoruba ensemble were packed in tight. In celebration of a new release, Hallowed (Advance Dance Disques), Rosewoman and her group played sections of “Oru de Oro,” an extended work based on sacred Yoruba rhythms played on

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