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The contemporary jazz

The contemporary jazz and the post-jazz
John Zorn.

Bill Frisell.

Maria Schneider.
From middle of the decade of the city of New York was experiencing a “new wave” of musical creativity, both in the world of the rock and in the world of the jazz and the music of avant-garde. The revolution of New York was born of diverse roots, and the racial question was one of them: the white musicians were leading the movement, and the black musicians had been isolated from fact so much from the scene of the music rock as from the classic one. The jazz had crossed previously with other black music – the blues, the funk, the soul, but till then it had not done it with styles like the rock or the classical music of avant-garde, traditionally dominated by white musicians. The revolution of New York changed the order of cosas.

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