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Music in the 1930's

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Evan Havener

on 17 September 2013

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Music in the 1930's
What were the most popular songs?
-"Over The Rainbow" by Judy Garland
-"Minnie The Moocher" by Cab Calloway
-"Pennies From Heaven" by Bing Crosby
-"I Got Rhythm " by Ethel Waters
Who were the big artists/bands?
-Bing Crosby
-Glen Miller
-Billie Holiday (actually a girl)
-Duke Ellington
-Louis Armstrong
-Benny Goodman
What types of music were in the 1930's?
- Swing
- Jazz
- Blues
- Big-band
- Smooth jazz
What was music like in the 1930's?
-"Big Band Music"
-Played a big role in entertainment
-People looked to music for inspiration
What type of instruments were used?
-Piano
-Clarinet
-Saxophone
-Trumpet
-Drums
-Trombone
-Bass Guitar
-Guitar
How did people listen to music in the 1930's?
-Radio
-Concerts
-Public Events
-Record Players
How much did it cost to listen to music?
$100-$140 for a radio
$5-$15 for a record player
$.50-$1 for a record
$.50-$3 for a concert ticket
(ALL are in 1930's money. For the price in today's money, use this inflation calculator:
http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl
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