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Nevertheless, the net effect has been one of emancipation and expansion as is exemplified by the various jazz related styles that developed from it. Since the systems which free jazz created no longer defined forward motion in terms of functional harmony, new methods were needed to give progression to its musical ideas. Listen for the fact that there is no music being played. Characteristic of his dance style are inward knees, rounded shoulders and full-body isolations. And I think that is what separates Jazz from all other forms of music, i.e., its "unstructuredness."

Pages: 448

Publisher: Hal Leonard (December 1, 1992)

ISBN: 0793520053

Jazz Discography

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