European Free Jazz

European free jazz is a part of the global free jazz scene with its own development and characteristics. It is hard to establish who are the founders of European free jazz because of the different developments in different European countries. One can, however, be certain that European free jazz took its development from American free jazz, where musicians such as Ornette Coleman revolutionised the way of playing.

Read more about European Free Jazz:  American Influence, European Acceptance, European Development of Free Jazz, Free Jazz As An Artform in Europe, Aftermath of Free Jazz

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