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Recite your lines aloud, Ronsard advised, / Or, even better, sing them. The exhortation comes from a poem by the late Australian writer Clive James. In her revitalisation of poetry through music, and her re-energisation of jazz music with an infusion of poetry, Sonja Indin implicitly follows the advice of Clive James, or rather of Pierre de Ronsard: but she does so, of course, with an entirely female crew of ancestors and colleagues, in an explicitly feminist gesture.