After Rexroth, poetry by Kahlil Crawford at Spilwords.com

After Rexroth

after Rexroth

written by: Kahlil Crawford

 

“…the weapon of a purely lyrical art.”

Parker, Gillespie, Davis, Monk, Roach absorb ornamentation (and) basic structuralism – integral part(s) developing melodic lines with Carter & Hodges…

true rhythmic patterns beat → shifting continuously continuously springing pattern(s)…

longform pulse phrases strophe in transit → baroque to rococo…

Technique pure rendition
Technique pure rendition
Parker follows Lester
Parker follows Lester

← the sax revolution → technical development in first-wave post-war arts ← → ornate interstices of random structurality determining poststructuralism.

 

Reference:
Disengagement: The Art of the Beat Generation (Rexroth)

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