Music (harlem jazz)

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  • Music (harlem jazz)

    1. 1. Harlem Renaissance (music)
    2. 2. Harlem Renaissance (music) by Jerrell Meads
    3. 3. Harlem Renaissance (music) by Jerrell Meads
    4. 4. >Harlem Streets<
    5. 5. >Harlem Streets<• Harlem is a black community inside New York.• Most blacks all immigrated from Southern states during the great migration.• Blacks lived mostly in Chicago, Michigan and other parts in the Northern Reign.
    6. 6. >Harlem Streets<• Harlem is a black community inside New York.• Most blacks all immigrated from Southern states during the great migration.• Blacks lived mostly in Chicago, Michigan and other parts in the Northern Reign.
    7. 7. The Rhythm of the Beat!
    8. 8. The Rhythm of the Beat!• Harlem is a black community inside New York.• A lot of things were born from the streets of Harlem, one dealt with this new swinging music that had everyone off their feet and dancing to the vibes of this “jazzy” music.• Life was nothing but a big movement either by shaking they’re hips or putting a pep in their step.
    9. 9. ~Swing that body~
    10. 10. ~Swing that body~• Jazz was alive and living through the streets of Harlem.• There was know stopping it, this new sensation had everyone on their feet jumping, popping and gliding.• Music was the life of those that lived in Harlem.
    11. 11. ~Swing that body~• Jazz was alive and living through the streets of Harlem.• There was know stopping it, this new sensation had everyone on their feet jumping, popping and gliding.• Music was the life of those that lived in Harlem.
    12. 12. Artist
    13. 13. Artist• Duke Ellington- Pianist• Langston Hughes- Trumpeter• Fats Waller- Pianist• Jelly Roll Morton- Bandleader• Willie “The Lion” Smith- Pianist (one of the greatest practitioners of the genre from its Golden Age, c. 1920 – 1943.)
    14. 14. Artist• Duke Ellington- Pianist• Langston Hughes- Trumpeter• Fats Waller- Pianist• Jelly Roll Morton- Bandleader• Willie “The Lion” Smith- Pianist (one of the greatest practitioners of the genre from its Golden Age, c. 1920 – 1943.)
    15. 15. Artist• Duke Ellington- Pianist• Langston Hughes- Trumpeter• Fats Waller- Pianist• Jelly Roll Morton- Bandleader• Willie “The Lion” Smith- Pianist (one of the greatest practitioners of the genre from its Golden Age, c. 1920 – 1943.)
    16. 16. Artist• Duke Ellington- Pianist• Langston Hughes- Trumpeter• Fats Waller- Pianist• Jelly Roll Morton- Bandleader• Willie “The Lion” Smith- Pianist (one of the greatest practitioners of the genre from its Golden Age, c. 1920 – 1943.)
    17. 17. Life in the New Age
    18. 18. Life in the New Age• From then to now life in jazz has expanded tremendously. Jazz has sprouted all around the world, mostly found in clubs, but its still very much alive.
    19. 19. Life in the New Age• From then to now life in jazz has expanded tremendously. Jazz has sprouted all around the world, mostly found in clubs, but its still very much alive.
    20. 20. Life in the New Age• From then to now life in jazz has expanded tremendously. Jazz has sprouted all around the world, mostly found in clubs, but its still very much alive.
    21. 21. Sites• http://www.tubechop.com/chop/ fyYF1zhKSU4• http://www.tubechop.com/chop/ qDQpZT3GhDg• http://www.tubechop.com/chop/ brqxEdwsTQs•

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