1960 Free Jazz

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1960 Free Jazz

  1. 1. 1960Free Jazz &African-American Nationalism<br />
  2. 2. Origins of Jazz<br />The period of Free Jazz<br />The appearance of Free Jazz<br />What is Free Jazz<br />African-American Nationalism <br />Songs & Artists<br />OUTLINE<br />♬ Ornette Coleman _ Lovely Woman <br />
  3. 3. In 20th century, New Orleans<br />ragtime<br /> A music genre not only established by black people<br />Differences between Jazz & Blues <br />WHAT IS JAZZ?<br />♬ Billie Holiday_ I am a fool to want you<br />
  4. 4. The uprising popularity of television<br />Rock and Roll in mid1960s & Disco dance in the early 1970s<br />Dissatisfaction with the formality of former Jazz<br />APPEARANCE OF FREE JAZZ<br />
  5. 5. February 10, 1958 <br />A New direction in Jazz in 1960’s<br />A trial to eliminate formality of Jazz<br />The movement to get back the roots of Jazz<br />The New Thing , The Avant-garde Jazz <br />AACM The Association for the Advancement of<br /> Creative Musicians<br />WHAT IS FREE JAZZ?<br />
  6. 6. The Civil Rights Act 1964 <br />The National Voting Rights 1965<br />the Civil Rights Act of 1964<br />The following year (1964) after the march, the Civil Rights Act was passed which outlawed racial segregation in schools, public places and employment. The year after that (1965), the National Voting Rights Act was passed which outlawed discrimination in voting practices, ensuring Blacks the right to vote.<br />AFRICAN-AMERICAN NATIONALISM<br />
  7. 7. In an opening speech <br />at the 1964 Berlin Jazz Festival,<br />“Humanity and <br />the Importance of Jazz.”<br />AFRICAN-AMERICAN NATIONALISM<br />
  8. 8. Archie Shepp<br />African-American jazz saxophonist<br />Collaborations with his <br />"New thing" contemporaries <br />SONGS & ARTISTS<br />♬ Archie Shepp _ The Magic of Ju-Ju<br />
  9. 9. Ornette Coleman<br />Performing R&B and Bebop initially on tenor saxophone<br />After the accident, switched to alto<br />Joined the band of Pee Wee Crayton<br />SONGS & ARTISTS<br />♬ Ornette Coleman_ Free Jazz <br />
  10. 10. THE END<br />

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