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Roaring 20's

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Kristen Heinekamp

on 16 April 2010

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The roaring 20's Kristen Julie Susie MUSIC Instruments DAnce foxtrot Waltz Charelston tango Jazz originated from African American communities in the South
New Orleans
Eventually the music spread to New York where it was still largely performed by African American artists.
Although there was racial inequality, black jazz musicians were hugely popular with black and white audiences.

The freedom of the music and the improvisational style of jazz music seeped out into society, leading to a new, free movement of social norms.
Ideas concerning sex, marriage, and fashion were loosened. One example of this is the flappers: women bobbed their long hair, hemmed their dresses, smoked, drank, and had premarital sex. Louis Armstrong! Lindy Hop Dance Evolved with the Music Rudolph Valentino Considered to be the first Sex Symbol of the Silent Movie Era. Rawr. Brought TANGO to America “In the 1920's and 30's the Lindy hop, named for the pilot Charles Lindburgh's first solo flight, emerged and was the first dance to include swinging the partner into the air, as well as jumping in sequence.” The Charleston Introduced to the Public by Ziegfeld's Follies in 1923

"the all black cast Afro-American Broadway musical "Running Wild", and became so popular that even today, it is still a symbol for the 1920s Jazz Age" “Flappers with their knock knees, crossing hands, and flying beads danced the Charleston, and a dance called the "Black Bottom", first introduced in a 1926 Broadway production. Within the year, the dance swept not only America, but the entire world.” Fred Astaire Charlie chaplin if you don't know these...you must be stupid
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