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Cole·man

 (kōl′mən), Cy Originally Seymour Kaufman. 1929-2004.
American composer whose best known Broadway shows include Sweet Charity (1966) and The Will Rogers Follies (1991).

Coleman

, Ornette 1930-2015.
American jazz saxophonist and composer who established free jazz, an unrestrained improvisational style of jazz.

Coleman

(ˈkəʊlmən)
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(Biography) Ornette (ɔːˈnɛt). born 1930, US avant-garde jazz alto saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist
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Ornette Coleman, who wails through the whole film, broke into prominence in 1959, the year that Naked Lunch was published, and like Burroughs underwent a transformative experience in North Africa.
Gordon and Dorf note that New York City will continue to be the live focal point of the festival with performances citywide including Ornette Coleman, who will open the New York festival with a world premiere performance of three new compositions.
Besides, anyone able to segue from Jimmy Scott to Roland Kirk to Ornette Coleman - and make it work - is aces in our book.
But in the case of Ornette Coleman, the brilliant pioneer who's sketched the main lines of jazz exploration over the past thirty-plus years, it breaks down.
Boasting years of experience producing such high-profile events as the Governor's ball at this year's Oscars, concert tours by Peter Gabriel, Herbie Hancock and Ornette Coleman and the landmark Backweb launch in 1997, eCity Chief Dan Mapes promises an unforgettable multimedia experience.
The big names are clearly Ornette Coleman and Herbie Hancock.
like the hugely popular ``Bright Size Life'' with his long-lived Pat Metheny Group, to duet and trio recordings, excursions into Brazilian pop and alliances with improvised avant-garde jazz with hornman Ornette Coleman and keyboardist Paul Bley.
Multi-instrumentalist/composer Ornette Coleman looms as one of the major cross-cultural figures of the past thirty years in American music, playing a crucial role in scenes as diverse as the A.
99Guitarist Pat Metheny makes all kinds of records, from solo acoustic guitar albums to collaborations with orchestras and with Ornette Coleman.
Higgins came to fame playing with Ornette Coleman, later free lancing with countless players, such as Thelonious Monk, Lee Morgan, Dexter Gordon and vibraphonist Jackson, who led the Modern Jazz Quartet until his death last year.
The harmolodic revolution led by Ornette Coleman has been crucial here.
First, mark in April 28 to May 2 with the words Cheltenham International Jazz Festival and then a large asterisk and the name Ornette Coleman.