Swing music in 1940s?
swing music took over
swing era of the 1930s and 1940s
Swing and Big Band Jazz was the POPular music of the day.. ( Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, etc )
In the 1940s and 1950s, swing music, also called big band was popular. It was similar to jazz, but with more danceable rhythms.
Jazz as a music genre dates from the late 19th century in the Southern US . The "Jazz Age" of popular music was from about 1919 to 1933. It was superseded in popularity by Swing Music in the 1930s and 1940s, followed by Rock 'n' Roll in the 1950s.
What we call swing today started in the early 1930s and reached its peak of popularity in the 1940s. It began as a new form of dance to go with the music of the time. Listen to Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey and others of the era to hear the music.
Definitely, although not nearly to the extent they did back in the 1930s and 1940s. There are many radio stations and internet sites that broadcast swing and big band music, high schools sponsor "stage bands" that play swing, and many local and national orchestras play swing for dances and live audiences. Several of the major orchestras of that time continue to perform today, of course with new leaders and musicians but playing the music of… Read More
big apple, foxtrot, lindy hop, swing, waltz, tap, jitterbug,swing
African americans created wing and swing music is basically jazz.
1940'S. I've been learning about inventions in school in the 1940's and the swing was one of them. I hope this answer helps you all.
jazz bands jazz
Swing music is a fairly specific term, and doesn't really have many other names. You could call it Swing Jazz.
40's Music Big Band music: Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and The Andrews Sisters. lots of styles. most people were listening to Jazz, Big band, folk, swing, classical, blues and rock and roll became popular in the late 40's
Swing music was a dance music so it was played primarily in dance halls and theatres like the Apollo Theatre in Harlem.
swing was popular during the 1920s and 1930s.
No, but it swing music is sampled a lot of hip hop djs and producers.
big apple, foxtrot, lindy hop, waltz, tap, jitterbug,swing
it came from cuba in the 1940s
Music - stupid!
Lindy hop or East Coast Swing. If the music is a little slower, you can do the West Coast Swing. ANSWER: also "crazy little thing called love"
he enjoys 1940s German classical music
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
I assume you're asking about good music recorded in the 1940s. One of the best and most popular is Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller. Doris Day is also wonderful. She has beautiful songs like Again and Someone Like You that were recorded in the 1940s and that I love. Hope I answered your question.
Big band jazz
Carol Lombard was a famous actress in the 1930s and 1940s. She specialized in comedy films and was known for films such as Swing High, Swing Low and Rumba.
In the U.S. during the 1940s, people mostly listened to Big Bands and toward the end of the 1940s, solo artists became more popular. They listened to Be-Bop, rhythm, and blues. Famous people include Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra, Billy Holiday and others. There was also swing and pop.
The triplet feel and the emphasis on the 2 and 4 beats
The music in the 1940s for the most part was big band and jazz.
r & b music started in the late 1940s and 1950s
it was the most popular form of music in America
Swing music was popular in the 1940's
typically 40s music or 20s
it was the most popular form of music in america.
considered savage, black music
Swing evolved into bebop because they were influenced by it and composed music similiar to it.
Big Band swing music was popular during World War II. The Lindy Hop was a dance that started in the 1920s and was still popular till the late 1940s. They also did the Jitterbug and the Lambeth Walk.
Swing music was most popular during the mid 1930's to the mid 1940's. Starting in 1942, a recording ban by the union that most jazz musicians belonged to caused swing music to be played less frequently on the radio and other types of music took over.
In the 1960s, Rock emerged out of Rock 'n' Roll. Rock musicians, who started out playing Rock 'n' Roll and Blues, experimented with the potential of heavily amplified instruments and studio technology. The Beatles' music is a good example of the evolution of the style. The label "Rock 'n' Roll" was shortened to "Rock" as they adopted rhythms which were very different from the simple dance beat. The history goes back much farther than that… Read More
Big band, jazz, and country.
soulja boy what? jitter bug, swing dance, square dance, lindy hop, mabe the boogie :) :)
Early forms of swing were popular in the late 1920s but the "swing era" is generally considered to have run from around 1934 to 1945.
Swing can mean several things, and you didn't really say which you want. You can swing on the trapeze if you're very careful. Swing music is fun to dance to. Swing down from there and come home.
Rock and roll emerged as a defined musical style in the United States in the early to mid 1950s. It derived most directly from the rhythm and blues music of the 1940s, which itself developed from earlier blues, boogie woogie, jazz and swing music, and was also influenced by gospel, country and western, and traditional folk music. Rock and roll in turn provided the main basis for the music that, since the mid 1960s, has… Read More
Former US wrestler Carlene Begnaud aka Jazz is 44 years old (born Carlene Moore, August 27, 1973). * Jazz music dates from the late 19th century in the Southern US . The "Jazz Age" of popular music was from about 1919 to 1933. It was superseded in popularity by Swing Music in the 1930s and 1940s, followed by Rock 'n' Roll in the 1950s.
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Big Band, Swing Music, Boogie Woogie & Jazz
Blues came first, which led to Ragtime music, which led to Swing music, which led to Cool Jazz.
It's performed to swing music, a subgenre of jazz usually played by big bands.
Actually they didn't die out. Today it is called swing and the sound is the same. There are modern bands who have CD's out.