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Artists & Musicians of the 1930's vs. Artists & musicians of today

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Artists & Musicians of the 1930's vs. Artists & Musicians of Today
Artists And Musicians Of The 1930’s VS Artist and Musicians today The 1930’s was the period of intense artists experimentation. Jazz is a style of music that grew popularity intensely in 1920’s; but in the 1930’s we saw jazz beginning to “grow up”, little by little, it developed and got called jazz the premier unique musical art form of American culture. It developed its tittle because it’s a music that brings history with it not only of one but many and creates culture where it goes. Jazz sprung from communities in the south and primarily in the African American community. In New Orleans they recognized the forms of jazz music and it took shape, Caribbean, music blended with European composition and southern blues to produce form known as jazz, The 1930’s saw jazz begin to make main streams music, The industry could no longer ignore the importance of jazz because it was so popular with youth on campuses of American colleges and high schools. Music Now now 1930’s 1930's Lyrics vs. Lyrics now “
Stars shining bright above you
Night breezes seem to whisper
"I love you"
Birds singin’ in the sycamore trees
Dream a little dream of me

Say nighty-night and kiss me
Just hold me tight and tell me
you’ll miss me
While I’m alone and blue as can be
Dream a little dream of me” Today Jazz
Blues
Classical
Opera
Musicals
Pop 1930 1930 vs. Today www.discomusic.com
www.TheFinerTimes.com/The_1930s/jazz_music_in_the_1930s_goes_from_great_to_greater.html www.google.com/images “My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump,My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump.My lovely lady lumps (x3)
“or
“Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me? Don't cha wish your girlfriend was a freak like me? Don't cha Don't cha Don't cha wish your girlfriend was raw like me? Don't cha wish your girlfriend was fun like me? Don't cha Don't cha and the best one of all”
“All you ladies pop your p**** like this
Shake your body, don't stop, don't missAll you ladies pop your p****like this
Shake your body, don't stop, don't missJust do it, do it, do it, do it, do it now Pop
Classical
Blues
Hip Hop
Alternate Rock
Indie Rock
Electronica
Country
Hard Rock
Punk
R&B & Soul
Rock
Reggae
Ballad
Blues Ballad
CCM (Contemporary Christian Music)
Cha Cha Cha
Chicken Scratch
Chinese Music/Chinese Rock
Children’s
Christian/ Christian Worship Music in today's society has taken its place in popular culture, and has just about as many genres, subgenres, and off branches as a mighty redwood. There is pop, rock and roll, modern rock, punk rock, rap,hip-hop, r&b, country and classical to name a few. People draw emotion, strength and most of all, happiness from music. Music has its place in popular culture, but also in the hearts and souls of americas youth. 1930's Music
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