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See also: post-bop
- (jazz) A form of small-group jazz music that emerged in the early 1960s, under the influence of artists such as Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock
2009, January 12, “Nate Chinen”, in Acts Onstage (and on the Market) at Three Clubs:
- The drummer Dafnis Prieto, leading a superbly calibrated sextet, chopped up the pulse of his native Cuba with clever feints while borrowing from postbop harmony.