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Skip to main content previous next previous next Login to unlock Email share 2390 0 0 0 0 20th CenturyBirth of JAZZ-19th Century: "Plantation songs"-1890: Ragtime and blues in New Orleans_1918 World War I ends-Economic Boom-Prohibition-The "Flapper" movement-Women's suffrage-Invention of the radio and "Talkies"Key Historical Events- mainly focused on melody with very little vocals- many of the first african american artists-improvisation-main instruments:Saxophone, Clarinet, Trumpet, Piano, Guitar, Double bass, Bass guitar, Vocals, Trombone, Drum kit-blue notes are used-polyrhythms are usedMusical Trends-Born August 4, 1901 in New Orleans-Died July 6, 1971-Nicknamed Satchmo or Pops-He playde trumpet and cornet-He used his instantly recognizable gravely voice 'like an instument" -He shifted the music's focus from collective improvisation to solo performance-He used softer consonant tones-He starts writing for and conducting his band "Hot Five" in 1925-Dixieland, jazz, swing, traditional pop, blues-April 29, 1899 -- May 24, 1974-Born in Washington D.C.-Nicknamed Duke-Loud dissonant tones-played piano-The Washingtonians-“Jungle Sound”-Jazz, blues, gospel, film scores, popular, and classicalLouis ArmstrongEdward Kennedy “Duke” EllingtonPolyrhythmBibliographyGlogster © 2007 - 2012Terms of Use



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