What was music in 1920?
Jazz was the most popular
the new language for music invented in the 1920's was
Did the music or art in Harlem have a widespread influence during the 1920's?
Music in the 1920s was all Jazz.
Jazz music was in the Roaring Tweenties.
Cleveland Institute of Music was created in 1920.
Baku Academy of Music was created in 1920.
Northern School of Music was created in 1920.
from 1825 to 1920
it came from the music changes in the 1920s...and jazz was born
They listened to music by radio or using phonographs
National Music Lovers Records was created in 1920.
Jazz was popular in the 1920's.
in the 1920's
Abdul Ahad - music director - was born in 1920.
Jazz Music was created in the early 1920's.
they lesson to ballroom
Jazz was very popular because the 1920's were referred to as the "Jazz Age"
Mostly jazz and the blues
You can certainly listen to it on i-tunes radio -Eclectic,scroll down to the bottom.1920's 1930's Radio. I've done all this avant garde modern music, Enjoy it.
In the 1920s music made people enjoy stuff. Jememy was there ask him. and There was a crash
Country Music started to gain some popularity in the 1920's, but wasn't actually referred to as Country Music until sometime in the 1940's. Before then it was referred to as "Hillbilly Music".
Surely you jest. The Beatles were from the 1960's.
Jazz began to gain populariy in the 1920's
There wasn't much in the 1920's. It was a gramophone.
The jazz age.
Actually country music did originate from Ireland, but it's birth was in the deep south of the united states in about the 1920's right before the beginning of the great depression
In the 1920's, people bought music they could listen to on 12 inch 78 rpm records. If you mean sheet music they bought it much like you buy it today.
Mostly music and politicans
Quite simply, it didn't. In the 1920's, there was no teen music scene.
JAzz started in the 20's by some people who were sad and didnt want any rock or fast paced music.
He created music that was used in many broadway musicals :)
Rhapsody in Blue was written by the ever popular and famous music composer George Gershwin. It was written in the 1920's and has become a classic in the jazz world.
Music gave the African Americans a new way of life. New dance moves came about, Jazz music came out, and people were more open about how they danced and how they acted out in public.
The Jazz Age is the name of the period of the 1920's when jazz music was very popular. It ended with the Great Depression. Jazz music still exists though.
Which mid 90's music video featured some kind of 1920's flapper girl dancing around on a stage with an enormous plastic head and seems like in the chorus the girl kept singing the words bing bing bing?
Which mid 90's music video featured a 1920 or earlier female silent movie actress. Is kind of pet shop boys style music but I can't remember.
4.0 GPA is needed and an sat score of 1920.
They Normally Listend To Jazz And Soul, I Would know i am an alien from that time period... ;)
the children and adults did not listen to jazz during ww1 as it was not invented until 1920
Country music got it's name because of it's origin, down south. The people of the 1920's just like of today considered the rural landscape to be more of a country and the music originated there thus giving it it's name
In the 1920's, music became more uptempo. Genres such as jazz, bebop, and ragtime became popular, as they were performed in front of live audiences by bands/groups all across America.
In the 1920's they didn't have as much technology as we do now. Their cars were much older than the ones you see today. Education was also a major difference from the 1920's and today. The top 5 might be the smartest in the world then and now the top 10 could be at the bottom. The reasoning behind this might be, there was a smaller amount attending school back then and also they weren't… Read More
They usuallylistened to the radio and heard all the new news and the music and they also went out.
Some people may refer to that time's music as 'Swing Music', since a majority of it is upbeat and just you know, swingy. Though there are other versions of 'swing music' from the 1920s that sound a bit more like Jazz, or just different in it's own gerne; I belive that type of music has yet to be properly named. I simply call it 'old timey music'. : )
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Flappers were introduced, along with Jazz music. Prohibition happened There was a lot of racial violence (KKK)
Pop Music arose from Jazz and Folk Music right after the phonograph became popular in the 1920's. But some people think that Stephen Foster's songs of the 1850's were the beginning of Pop Music. It probably first got popular in California, during the Gold Rush.
"Race music" (race records) is a term applied to gramophone records from the 1920's and 1930's that featured music in a variety of African-American genres such as jazz, boogie-woogie, blues, jump blues, and rhythm and blues. From 1949 to 1958, the term "race records" denoted the category of music now termed "rhythm and blues".
Bluegrass music dates back to the early 1600's, when people migrated to America and brought music and blues with them. The slaves from Africa invented the design for the banjo, which is essential to bluegrass music. Bluegrass became known in the country music genre when Bill Monroe, later named the father of Bluegrass music, played in the 1920's and 1930's with the band which was later named, "Bill Monroe and the the Blue Grass Boys."