it came from the music changes in the 1920s...and jazz was born
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Jazz, i think.
Basically, the music in the 1920s was Jazz with the famous artist Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
jazz , live band performances
Jazz, ragtime, and the rise of Broadway musicals led the music trends of the 1920s.
Music in the 1920s was all Jazz.
Jazz and Blues
All That Jazz
Entertainment changed in the 1920s by new radios, movies, music like jazz, and etc.
Jazz originated in the United States in the early 1920s by a man named louis \
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.
i believe the 1920s but im not that good in history
Yes. Jazz was the most popular music and with radios becoming a big thing they started playing Jazz music and much more.
the answer is Jazz.
Culture Shock - 2000 The Devil's Music 1920s Jazz 1-4 was released on: USA: 2 February 2000
They listened to jazz. A type of music with slurred notes and African music.ragtime leading into swing, leading into the birth of jazzhttp://dyppl.com/search/search.php?q=music
Yes, the human voice was used in jazz music.
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.
That would be jazz