"Jazz" music is a genre of music that originated in African American communities, particularly in the southern United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is characterized by its improvisation, syncopated rhythms, and use of various musical forms such as the blues and swing. Jazz music also features a wide range of instruments such as trumpet, saxophone, piano, bass and drums.

Jazz music is known for its improvisation which means that musicians play and create music on the spot, in the moment, without a previously written score. This improvisation is often based on the melody and chords of a song, but the musicians are free to add their own twists and turns to the music.

Jazz has evolved throughout the years and has many subgenres such as New Orleans jazz, swing, bebop, hard bop, cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz, fusion jazz, and smooth jazz.

Jazz music has had a significant influence on various other genres such as rock, blues, and R&B, and it is known for its sophisticated harmonies, complex rhythms, and virtuosic musicianship. Jazz music is still an active and vital genre and many jazz musicians continue to push the boundaries of the music and create new styles and subgenres.

Free Jazz music

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Instrumental peaceful composition made for piano solo. Inspired from slow jazz influences, this music is ideal for romantic, love and emotional situations in films, tv series and documentaries. Also a great background for podcasts, youtube, tik tok and instagram videos with similar sweet and calm moods.
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The traditional English folk song on solo jazz-influenced piano. Extended license includes full-quality 16-bit 44.1Khz .WAV. I'm also working up a chord chart for these changes to include for the extended license. If you purchase an extended license before I get the chord chart uploaded, contact me privately and I'll...
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This bouncy little ditty was originally written for a mafia-themed short film set in the roaring twenties (or thereabouts), kind of an old time radio / Gershwin-ish kind of tune, though much simpler than your average "Great Old Song Book" tune since it was only to be featured lo-fi (over...
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Instrumental track with house and gospel influences. Joyful and upbeat!
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The same as Dixie Dance, just a little faster and with a more up-to-date beat
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Greetings from New Orleans
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This is just a 108 seconds seamless loop of my romantic chill-hop composition. Here you will find the full version: https://filmmusic.io/song/10213-time-for-love-full-version Enjoy!
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After a long period of musical absence I had a creative musical surplus and sat down for about 1 hour. The result is an improvised, absolutely handmade freestyle piece with a strong jazz element. I'm surprised how good a piece can sound that consists only of bass, piano, guitar and...
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Jazzy electronic track. A bit bouncy.
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Instrumental friendly and pleasant jazz music with hip hop grooves, composed for trumpet, saxophone, electric piano, piano drums and featured with solo improvisations, ideal background for advertising, promos and commercials. Also great for films and tv series in chill and urban situations.
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Lush strings and mandolins with upright bass set the tone for this wistful chilled out set piece.
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Positive and energetic music intro with great dynamics and a bright melody. Great for logo reveals, opener, intro, broadcast, advertisements, websites, YouTube channels, Vimeo channels, vlogs, daily vlogs, corporate presentations, corporate videos, infographic videos, explainer videos, tutorials, slideshows, business videos, science and technology projects, startup videos, app promos, marketing videos,...
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Jazzy upbeat electronic track reminiscent of Herbie Hancock and Roy Ayers.