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  • 1. Jazz The Devils music
  • 2. Objective Slide
    • In this presentation you will learn about the music category of jazz.
    • Such as the famous composers and different instruments
  • 3. Famous Jazz Musicians
    • Early Jazz musicians include Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, and Kid Ory
  • 4. Famous Composers Cont…
    • Others include George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson
  • 5. Famous “Jazz Cities”
    • New Orleans- Known as “The New Orleans Sound”
    • Chicago- Known as “Dance Hall Jazz
    • New York…
    • Kansas City- Known as “The Home of the Sax”
  • 6. Famous Jazz Compositions
    • “ Jungle Nights”- Duke Ellington
    • “ Rhapsody in Blue”- Paul Whiteman
    • “ Weather Bird”- Earl Hines
  • 7. Common Instruments
    • Trumpet
    • Clarinet
    • Trombone
    • Saxophone
    • Piano
    • Organs
    • Drums
    • Double Bass
  • 8. Instrument Pictures
    • Trumpet Clarinet Saxophone
  • 9. Famous Jazz Clubs
    • “ Jazz Gun”- famous club in New York City
  • 10. Jazz Types
    • Ragtime- uses complex techniques such as syncopation and call-and-response
    • Swing- mainly used for dancing, gave many musicians solo opportunities
  • 11. Prohibition Creates Jazz
    • When prohibition was in effect underground night clubs called speakeasies became the perfect venue for jazz
  • 12. Impact of Jazz on Society
    • In the 1920’s jazz was known as the “Devils Music”
    • It was considered rebellious and meant for the younger generation
  • 13. Affects of Jazz
    • Jazz affected many other aspects of art such as poetry.
    • It also affected fashion and industry in the 1920’s
    • A.K.A “Basement Music”
  • 14. Pictures
  • 15. The End