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Shoshana Jedwab steps away from her drum to sing “I Remember” — her deep and magical sacred compositions.

These seven songs, born from Shoshana Jedwab’s intuitive musical work in community and her immersion in sacred literature as a career Jewish educator, are reflections on ancient and medieval Hebrew poets, wise women, Hassidic masters, Sufi mystics, and contemporary teachers.

Each song explores a unique landscape that taps simultaneously into the Hebrew and World soul, and was co-produced in New York and northern Israel’s Galilee region, by Afro-ethnomusicologist Neva Wartell and Klezska founder and band-leader Glenn Tamir, with stellar contributions by Eyal Luman and Mark Ettinger. “I Remember” is Shoshana Jedwab’s first studio album.