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American Music 20th Century Timeline

1900-2000
by

Kate Edington

on 7 October 2012

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Transcript of American Music 20th Century Timeline

(cc) image by jantik on Flickr American Music 20th Century 1900s 1920 1940 1960 1980 1990 2000 START THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION 1950s 1910s 1970s : ) 1990s By the seventh grade
music students
Bridgeport Middle School 1940s 1980s 1900 1910 1930 1950 1970 1920s 1930s 1960s 2000s George M. Cohan
was born. He was the
first broadway
"superstar." George M. Cohan wrote
over 500 songs.
He wrote "You're A Grand
Old Flag," "Over There",
"Yankee Doodle Boy," and
"Give My Regards to
Broadway" There is a statue of
George M. Cohan in Times
Square Irving Berlin dropped
out of school. He was
very poor. Irving Berlin
was an immigrant. He
lived in NYC. He was
Jewish. He was very patriotic. Ragtime and jazz were very popular. Irving
Berlin wrote
"Alexander's Ragtime Band." Great Depression
starts in the 1930. Hitler and Nazi
party take over Germany. 10 dollars is a lot of money. Shirley Temple is a
movie star. Movie
theaters is a favorite
passtime. Babe Ruth
and Lou Gehrig
are ball players. George Gershwin
is a famous composer.
Writes for movies and
orchestras. FDR is president and
ushers in "The New
Deal.
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