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The Avant-Garde Movement in Jazz in the 1960s The avant-garde movement in jazz in the 1960s was a period in music that was marked by several specific traits The United States in the 60s was going through rapid changes socially and having some major political changes also In this paper I would like to follow the development of the avant-garde movement from the very causes of the movement to avant-garde from the Modality and 3rd Stream periods all the way through to the major innovators of the period Also included in my discussion will be the social and political changes facing the nation in the 1960s the philosophy that the avant-garde movement was based on and the ways that musicians tested fellow musicians on the validity of this free jazz period In the 1960s the country saw a sweeping change in the social system The strong family values of the 1950s began to become very loose The country was taking major strides in its development It was said that The 1960s was a decade where old values went up in smoke and new sounds symbolized a new state of mind Time Video As the country changed so rapidly there were both high and low spots in history For example the country came together and watched as Neil Armstrong landed an American space craft on the moon and his words One small step for man one giant leap for mankind still can bring chills to those who watched live as he took his first steps onto the lunar soil However the country also suffered several great losses and had some hardships The 60s were still a time of racial injustice toward blacks and nearly all minorities For some reason the white Americans were able to fly to the moon but they still could not realize that people with a different skin color were no different from them Several people made a move to
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