Free Jazz

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As jazz evolved, the musical arrangements musicians had to make in advance were minimal. Free jazz was first heard on the lower east side of Manhattan in the United States, a new town for musicians who had settled in the early 1960s.

Free jazz was very diverse music. Some screamed and argued, faced with newly electro-amplified rock music, and some surprisingly quiet and non-amplified chamber music. They used their bodies hard and appealed to their emotions.

Some amateur musicians were there, and the amateur spirit was cherished. Despite bringing a fresh sensation to the music, many free jazz players had the skills to represent them at the time.

Free jazz was open to all kinds of musical expressions without prejudice and did not give an easy characterization of such music.

At first, it was called “new thing”, followed by the term “free jazz”, taking into account the spirit of this era, that is, the political actions for human liberation and utopian idealism spread throughout the country.

New values ​​have been introduced to clarify the development and departure from jazz, with the most important being energy, spirituality, spirituality, metaphysics, freedom (freedom, liberation). It was drawn from the area of ​​concern.

Free jazz has rapidly expanded the musical expression of musicians around the world, especially in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, where the word freedom has become a lively sound and has become a means of releasing itself.

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