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Music Review

Exhilarating jazz, spoken word take off in airport setting

By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / March 28, 2005

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AMHERST -- For all the talk about the emergence of global culture, art that successfully explores the emotional content of globalization remains rare. ''In What Language?," a project of jazz pianist Vijay Iyer and writer, producer, and performer Mike Ladd, is a triumph of a genre that doesn't yet exist. The 80-minute ''song cycle" of human lives caught up in ... (Full article: 401 words)

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