Swing and the Big Bands. Jazz In the 1920s. much of the most popular music called jazz reflects a "slapstick" phase. new interest in the blues.
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much of the most popular music called jazz reflects a "slapstick" phase.
new interest in the blues.
"As jazz expands in the 1920s, it becomes increasingly difficult to sort out the many strands of direct or indirect influences, of concurrent or successive developments, and of regional musical-social characteristics" (Schuller 1968, p. 242).
“. . . a new generation of Negro musicians, unheralded and practically unnoticed, was quietly slipping into New York" (Schuller 1968, pp. 251-2).