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To the editors:

Anyone who regards Ornette Coleman as the sole living exponent of "free jazz" (as Michael Solot tells us in "It's Really Gone, Man," May 7) thereby reveals himself to be so ignorant of the current state of the jazz art that he really has no business writing about it.

John Mason

Rogers Park

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