Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Darius Brubeck's article on Ornette Coleman has been making the rounds of the jazz blogosphere lately: "Ornette Coleman's emergence and the eruption of 'free jazz' in the 1960's marks the beginning of the end of jazz modernism until it resurfaces in the academy under the aegis of jazz education." Further links: be.jazz, Hurd Audio

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