Ornette Coleman, Innovative `Free-Jazz’ Saxophonist, Dies at 85Felix Kessler
Ornette Coleman, the self-taught saxophone player who aroused cheers and jeers in the 1950s before being acclaimed the era’s most-influential avant-garde jazz musician, has died. He was 85.
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