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Mongezi Feza and Barbara Donald

Discussing two unsung brass heroes in Jazz Times:

Mongezi Feza and Barbara Donald do not sound alike, nor do they sound like any other trumpet player; they are their own voices…Their outsider status (whether as a South African expat in Europe or a white woman in the midst of the Black Arts Movement) likely contributed to their relative obscurity, but despite the critical neglect and the moments of tragedy in each biography, their music endures and their brilliantly personal sounds continue to inspire.

Read the full article at Jazz Times. 

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