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Thread What is the difference between contemporary music and free jazz ?

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1 What is the difference between contemporary music and free jazz ?
So what ? :bravo:
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It reminds me of this :
"Once, it's a mistake. Twice, it's Jazz."
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Hum...

It's totally different : contemporary music is playing noise with musical instruments. Free jazz, is playing noise with musical instruments... But it's jazz :noidea:

(This is a flag)
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Intellectual topics by Kloug... I love them ! :bravo:
The story of life is quicker than the wink of an eye/The story of Love is just hello and goodbye/Until we meet again (Jimi Hendrix)
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Improvisation!
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Not always. :non: Epitaph (by Mingus) was a jazz song wrote for orchestra.
http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=S86WzxIbolw
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The style :8)

The name :8)

etc... :8)



There's a lot of things you'll never make in jazz, and its free from any other styles, so you can call it contemporary music. :noidea:
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If it's ugly and boring, it's contemporary music.
If it's just boring, it's jazz
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Quote: If it's ugly and boring, it's contemporary music.



I don't agree : this is contemporary music, and it's totally :aime: ... But maybe it's the exception that confirms the rules :noidea:
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If it doesn't have improvisation then it isn't jazz in my book. it's just contemporary classicial music, or comtemporary whatever. jazz needs improvisation.