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  1. New Rythms in the Air Amanda Sutherland & Anna Edelman

  2. Enjoying the New Music • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRveIIe4uAs&feature=related

  3. A Change in Beat Before 1920's:    (Slow Music) • Opera • Calssical  During the 1920's:     (Faster Paced) • Fun • Free • Upbeat

  4. Jazz Upbeat music during oppression Origin: • African American's • New Orleans How it spread: • North • Africa Americans migrated there during WWI 

  5. Jazz Becomes Mainstream • African Americans were considered "below" To avoid African Americans: • Whites Bands imitated style • "Race Music" formed

  6. Famous Jazz Musicians • Luis Armstrong • Jelly Roll Morton • Joe "King" Oliver • Edward "Kid" Ory

  7. The Soulful Blues Origin: • Enslaved African Americans •  Feild Chants & Work Songs • What they sung about? • Joys and Sorrows

  8. Famous "Blues" Musicians • Bessie Smith • Gertrude "Ma" Rainey • Lucille Hegamin • Ethel Waters

  9. Dancing Feet Slow dancing                Fast paced The Charleston:     Didn't require partner Older citizens considered it: • Immoral • Shocking • Scandalous

  10. Impact of New Tunes and Steps Created: • A stronger and happier social environment. • Entertainment To Come Out of the 20's Music • Radios became very popular to the American middle class.

  11. Social Change in America Effected: • The way whites and blacks spent their free time • How people socialized with others Segregation and racism still exists.            Ex: "race music"

  12. Thanks for watching :)Works sited: http://history1900s.about.com/od/1920s/qt/charleston.htm http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/faculty/tbacig/studproj/is3099/jazzcult/20sjazz/ http://www.jazzstandards.com/history/history-2.htm http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi