Collective improvisation

collective improvisation describes style characteristic of the jazz.

Collective improvisation means contrary to the solo improvisation spread in later jazz styles that over a certain harmonious stand freely improvise the entire group of the musicians together. In the new Orleans style is still common this form of the improvisation, in the Chicago style is added then the solo improvisation , without which however the portion of the collective improvisation is omitted completely.


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