3 edition of Backwoods jazz in the twenties found in the catalog.
Backwoods jazz in the twenties
Raymond F. Meyer
1989 by Center for Regional History and Cultural Heritage Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Mo .
Written in English
Spine title: Backwoods jazz.
|Other titles||Backwoods jazz.|
|Statement||by Raymond F. "Peg" Meyer ; edited and with an introduction by Frank Nickell.|
|LC Classifications||ML419.M48 A3 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||88064118|
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Typical jazz instruments include drums, guitar, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, trombone, and the double bass. Jazz dances included the Charleston, Black Bottom, the Shimmy, and the Trot.
The United Nations named April 30th as the official International Jazz Day. Famous jazz singers include Ella Fitzgerald. Think of ’s music and New Orleans comes to mind, as do the jazz clubs of New York and Chicago. But to understand the impact this music had on the world after WWI we have to look at Paris and the flowering of American music in this post war city.
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