jazz age

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  • Jazz in the 1920's were romanticized and mythologized. It was appealing to many people. It was hard -edged, passionate and distinctly urban and appealing to many young white girls and boys who wanted to escape the drudgery of rural America.
  • Jazz! Jazz! Jazz!
  • Playin' , swingin' , singin'
  • Jazz!
  • Chicago and New York were the famous places for the jazz age. Jazz wasn't just a musical style, it was a style in itself. The age of jazz wasn't only popular in cities, it was a phenomenon in small towns where the boys and girls drank and smoked.
  •  The 1920's were the years of the 'Flapper". The flapper was loved by the newspapers and magazines. Girls would spend thousands of dollars just to get the right Flapper look.
  • MY FLAPPER IS BETTER!
  • NO MINE IS!
  • There were many famous places and musicians in the Jazz Age....
  • Louis Armstrong is the reason jazz became so popular. By the end of the 20's, he ended up having a successful career and played with almost every famous jazz singer. One of his famous songs that we know today, is "What A Wonderful world". 
  • " I see trees of green, red roses too. I see them bloom for me and you. And I think to myself what a wonderful world.
  • Song: What A Wonderful World.
  • Fashion also shaped the Jazz Age...
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