Country swing music developed in the 1920s and 1930s in what area of the US?
Texas and Oklahoma
In the 1920s and 1930s it was Harlem, New York City.
swing was popular during the 1920s and 1930s.
Given my preference, I'd rather live in a developed country, thank you very much. You call THIS a developed country? Rockabilly music is NOT developed country music.
country, blues, jazz
No one did. The genre didn't start until the mid to late 1920s, and didn't come into its own as a recognized form of popular music until the 1930s.
A Boom of cultural expression using music, art, dance, and literature in the African American community. This peaked in the 1920s- 1930s.
Rock and roll (often written as rock & roll or rock 'n' roll) is a genre of popular music that originated and evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s, primarily from a combination of the blue and country music and gospel music. Though elements of rock and roll can be heard in country records of the 1930s, and in blues records from the 1920s, rock and roll did not acquire… Read More
the swing was the new characteristics of the new type of music
Swing dancing originated in the 1920s and continued to develop throughout the 1930s and 40s, along with jazz music. Much of the style originated in Harlem, New York.
Charlie Pride was the first African American country singer who was on the charts professionally. But before him, the first African-American (or Negro, as they were then called) performer in country music was probably DeFord Bailey, a popular harmonica player who could be heard on the Grand Old Opry in the 1920s and 1930s, and performed with many famous country stars. He was not a singer, but many of the big country stars would not… Read More
Jazz originated in the United States in the early 1920s by a man named louis \
The Jazz Era or Jazz Age, was popular in the 1920s. It ended in the 1930s when the Great Depression began. However jazz still remains a very popular genre of music even today.
Country began as Blues and Southern Gospel, and developed into one genre, which people called "country"
Blues and country music began similarly. The blues is said to be first heard in the 1920s, specifically in the South.
In the 1930s people would listen to music on the radio and on a phonograph.
Basically, the music in the 1920s was Jazz with the famous artist Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
folk music has developed in time in ways such as: + it now has instruments such as drums and electric guitars + it formed many other styles of music -country came from American folk music -Celtic music came from Irish folk music -rap came from African folk music
Ms. Holiday had the impact of changing the way African Americans thought of music during the 1920s-1930s time period. Gracing us with her beautiful voice. She gave a definition to music that people during those time periods could relate to.
Jazz, ragtime, and the rise of Broadway musicals led the music trends of the 1920s.
jazz music rally
The mambo originated in Havana, Cuba in the 1930s. Perez Prado, the "king of the mambo," is credited with popularizing the mambo dance and mambo music.
I would consider the key features to be that Jazz really got started and became popular during prohibition and then in the 30's, Big Band music took Jazz to an upbeat and swing style that was great to dance to. Glen Miller was one of the great Big Band leaders of that time
A few of the most popular songs in the 1920s was Sonny Boy, See See Rider Blues, and King Porter Stomp. The most popular type of music during the 1920s was jazz.
Country music is a blend of popular musical forms originally found in the Southern United States and the Appalachian Mountains. It has roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, blues, gospel music, hokum, and old-time music and evolved rapidly in the 1920s. The term country music began to be used in the 1940s when the earlier term hillbilly music was deemed to be degrading, and the term was widely embraced in the 1970s, while country… Read More
You could buy records and sheet music.
Music in the 1920s was all Jazz.
Jazz and Blues
You can find lyrics from the 1930s in sheet music in the music library of a public library or university. You can also hear them in plays and films from the 1930s.
No one person spicifically created country music. Country music has a long history that developed out of many genres and from many people's work. While you can't really pin any one person specifically as the creator, there were many very important country musicians early on, such as Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family Band.
Jazz, i think.
Jazz was a very influential to music during the 1920s. Its free form allowed for many to experiment and enjoy. The 20's were known as the "Jazz Age." This decade was known as the "Jazz Age" because jazz was very popular. By the mid-1920s, jazz was being played in dance halls and roadhouses and speakeasies all over the country.
Entertainment changed in the 1920s by new radios, movies, music like jazz, and etc.
it came from the music changes in the 1920s...and jazz was born
Swing music is also called Swing Jazz. Swing first became known in the US in the 1920s. It wasn't until the mid 1930s that it became established in the uk. Swing music has a strong rhythm. It is usually performed by the double bass and drums. It is played at a fairly quick tempo. Swing music started to become less popular during WWII. It this was because of the recording ban. also many of the… Read More
With the rise of mass media in the 1920's, several things changed in the way of music, and the way that news is transmitted. Since then, media has developed even more, and people are able to access virtually any piece of music or news that they desire.
jazz , live band performances
Bachata a style of slow romantic music developed among the poor communities in what Caribbean country that borders Haiti?
Jazz, Country, Rock n' Roll, and Soul are direct descendents of early blues music. Most forms of modern popular music around the globe are heavily influenced by American blues music.
Mass entertainment during the 1920s consisted of radio programs which offered comedy, variety, and drama shows. Phonographs were also very popular, allowing people to hear their favorite music in the comfort of their homes. Blues and Country were the dominant music genres. Movies were huge during the 1920s, with some estimates of three-quarters of the nation's population enjoying a weekly movie. Professional boxing and baseball were the sports of choice, and they drew large crowds.
Salzburg, Austria in the 1930s
Swing didn't suddenly "just start". It developed in the late 1920s and gradually gained popularity until it reached its peak around 1940-41. Most music historians use 1935 as the beginning of the so-called "swing era". That year Benny Goodman's orchestra developed an almost cult-like following on the West Coast, which led to a much broader popularization of the style nationwide.
Although the 'Golden Age' of mariachi music lasted from the 1920s well into the 1930s, it is still very popular. Many people hire mariachi bands for serenades, weddings and birthdays while several other play this genre of music on restaurants, bars and city plazas. Key landmarks where mariachis can be found are Tlaquepaque (state of Jalisco, where mariachi music was born) and the Garibaldi Plaza in Mexico City.
It was the pop music back then.Like Michael Jackson.Like bad and thillier
In the 1920s i think
Not listening to their music
All That Jazz
flappers, inventions, music, etc.