Ornette Colemann

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Ornette Coleman is regarded as one of the most influential and innovative jazz musicians of the 20th century.

Coleman’s approach to jazz was groundbreaking and controversial. He developed a style of music that he called “free jazz,” which eschewed traditional musical structures and relied on improvisation and collective experimentation. This approach, which emphasized individual expression and spontaneity, was a departure from the more structured and harmonically complex jazz of the time.

Coleman’s first album, “Something Else!!!!,” was released in 1958, and he continued to record and perform throughout his career. He also developed a reputation as a prolific composer, and his compositions, such as “Lonely Woman” and “Free Jazz,” are now considered jazz standards.

In addition to his work as a musician, Coleman was also an important figure in the civil rights movement. He used his platform to speak out against racism and inequality, and he organized benefit concerts to support causes such as the Black Panther Party and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

Ornette Coleman’s legacy continues to inspire musicians today, and he is remembered as a visionary artist who transformed the world of jazz and pushed the boundaries of what was possible in music. He was awarded the MacArthur Fellowship in 1994, and in 2007 he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his lifetime of achievement in music.

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• premium museum-quality print
• paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
• every print ships ready to frame

B. Foam Board

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• easy stick on and take off the wall
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• mounting kit included

Picture Sizes

21×29.7 cm / 8×12", 30×45 cm / 12×18", 40×60 cm / 16×24", 60×90 cm / 24×36"



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