How did jazz reflect the spirit of the 1920s?
The 1920s was known both as "The Roaring 20s" and "The Jazz Age. " Both of these nicknames reflect the importance of culture during this time, as well as how raucously the wealthy partied.
your mom reflects the 1920s
he influenced the jazz history in the 1920s
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.
Bix Beiderbecke was a jazz cornetist from Iowa, and one of the leading jazz musicians of the 1920s.
some facts are in jazz people farted a lot
Jazz, i think.
The Jazz Age.
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it came from the music changes in the 1920s...and jazz was born
Because jazz got popular in the 1920's.
Here is an article from Wikipedia listing some of the most popular songs and artists of the 1920s aka: Roaring Twenties. List of 1920s jazz standards http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_1920s_jazz_standards
Jazz was started as an African American style during the Harlem renissance in the 1920s
jazz , live band performances
The Spirit of Jazz - 2010 is rated/received certificates of: UK:E
I think F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote more about the lost generation in the last half of the 1920s. He coined the phrase, "The Jazz Age."
Basically, the music in the 1920s was Jazz with the famous artist Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
coz jazz was really popular, it is mostly knows as the rawring 20s
symphonic jazz originated in the united states of America in the 1920s and its purpose was to fuse both classical and jazz elements together.
Entertainment changed in the 1920s by new radios, movies, music like jazz, and etc.
Jazz, ragtime, and the rise of Broadway musicals led the music trends of the 1920s.
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The Jazz Age
All That Jazz
The Jazz Singer
The Jazz Age or the Roaring Twenties
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Jazz originated in the United States in the early 1920s by a man named louis \
Jazz started in the southern united states and spread north with the great migration
invented for jazz in the 1920s to 1940s
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1920s, also called the Roaring 20's or the Jazz age. This was a time of prosperity for the USA and an uprising of the jazz and african-american culture as a whole.
they did it by acting it out them self
The Roaring '20s, the Flapper Era, the Jazz Age
he called it the jazz age
Music in the 1920s was all Jazz.
i believe the 1920s but im not that good in history
cause it was for fun in the 1920s
1920s. Only true for the USA, of course.
because some people look stupid with there face
Jazz and Blues
There were more than a few but the first was The Jazz Singer.
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.
jazz was really important during the 1920's.....it made people feel happy and other things....
There were no female jazz singers in the 1920's, only blues singers. There was however one male jazz singer, Louis Armstrong.