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In Music
  • Jazz music emerges

    Jazz music emerges
    Jazz music emerged around the 1920s before World War I. The popularity of Jazz grew and was broadcasted on radios everywhere.
  • Jazz era ends but music lives on

    Jazz era ends but music lives on
    Near the beginning of the Great Depression the era of Jazz ended but the love for Jazz music lived on throughout America. As the years passed many people, like musicians, have been drawn to the different rhythms and music styles of Jazz.
  • The rise of Jazz musicians and singers.

    The rise of Jazz musicians and singers.
    As Jazz music grew new singers and musicians like Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan, and Frank Sinatra added their voices to Jazz. Even after the era ended, more Jazz artists shared their love of Jazz to America.
  • The start of Technology for Jazz

    The start of Technology  for Jazz
    Around the 1940s new technology for recording music fascinated people across the country. After thousands of Jazz music was recorded, singers and musicians were starting to be replaced by records in places like cafes.
  • The ban of 1940

    The ban of 1940
    After records of Jazz music grew, musicians created a group called the Musicians Union and protested against recording music. Some musicians who recorded their music stopped recording for a year. This ban didn't last long after vocal music increased and soon separated Jazz from other popular music.
  • New Jazz Music Forms

    New Jazz Music Forms
    Around the 1960s Free Jazz and Modal Jazz were created the music became popular quickly. Free Jazz was an improvised style of Jazz that was broken down in tempos and tones. Modal Jazz was used with musical modes.
  • From Classic to Electronic Music

    From Classic to Electronic Music
    Jazz music moved to electronic influenced music around the start of the 70s and 80s. now It's rare to hear songs played by musicians with instruments.
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