Free jazz

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Free jazz is a subgenre of jazz music that differs from conventional jazz in its emphasis on improvisation without the confinements of the normal structural elements of a jazz composition including form, chord progress, and melody. This style emerged in the 1960s with musicians such as Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, and later, John Coltrane.