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Free jazz is a genre of music that emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, characterized by its improvisational and experimental nature. It often features unconventional rhythms, dissonant harmonies, and extended techniques on traditional instruments. Free jazz musicians prioritize spontaneity and creativity over structure and form, resulting in unpredictable and dynamic performances. This genre has been associated with social and political movements, and has been used as a means of expressing dissent and challenging the status quo.