Una possibile cifratura del primo free jazz francese

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C’è qualche trascuratezza nelle intenzioni di coloro che si stanno rioccupando del primo free jazz/improv francese. Il problema è nell’individuare di cosa si sono serviti gli improvvisatori francesi e di cosa abbia ispirato il proprio materiale. In un paragrafo del libro Music and the Elusive revolution di Eric Drott, nonché nel bell’articolo di Clifford Allen su All about jazz (che puoi

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