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African American Music Museum
Transcript of African American Music Museum
Phase 3: Jazz
Most jazz is very rhythmic, has a forward momentum. You can often hear "call and response" patterns in jazz, in which one instrument, voice, or part of the band answers another.
Phase 4: Hip-Hop/ R&B
Phase 2: Blues
Phase 1: Gospel
My name is Kaitlin Vance. I'm a senior at Winthrop University and I'm the curator of The African American Music Museum.
My goal of my virtual museum is to introduce different geners of music in the African-American community.
Jazz has been credited to have started in New Orleans in the early 20th century. Because of the overwhelming diversity in the city; with indivuals from places such as Africa, France, Caribbean, Italy, Germany and Mexico the style of music was like no other at the time.