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The world jazz music
The world jazz music
What is Jazz
What is Jazz
Jazz is a mixture of many different kinds of music
Jazz is a mixture of many different kinds of music
Jazz History
Jazz History
Musicians of Americas past
Musicians of Americas past
1800s
1800s
1900s
1900s
1930s
1930s
1940s
1940s
1950s
1950s
1970s  1990s
1970s 1990s
Jazz in our country
Jazz in our country
The first professional jazz band was the Moscow Orchestra of pianist
The first professional jazz band was the Moscow Orchestra of pianist
The Development and history of jazz in the USSR between 1920 and 1953
The Development and history of jazz in the USSR between 1920 and 1953
The comedy Vesyolye rebyata
The comedy Vesyolye rebyata
Eddie Rozner
Eddie Rozner
The Red Age of jazz
The Red Age of jazz
the 50-es and 60-es
the 50-es and 60-es
Chamber music
Chamber music
Many of the masters of the Soviet jazz began their career on the stage
Many of the masters of the Soviet jazz began their career on the stage
Why do we like jazz
Why do we like jazz
Today jazz is played all over the world
Today jazz is played all over the world
Thank You for your attention
Thank You for your attention

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1 The world jazz music

The world jazz music

made by Sharapova A. Kazankova K. 9a school 4 teacher Udina T.V.

2 What is Jazz

What is Jazz

Jazz is one of North Americas oldest and most celebrated musical genres.

It was created by black Americans, who were brought there from Africa as slaves.

Different native songs were sung and different music of their homeland was played by black slaves in America.

3 Jazz is a mixture of many different kinds of music

Jazz is a mixture of many different kinds of music

It is made up of the music of West Africa, the work songs of the slaves and religious music. Soulful songs called spirituals were also sung by slaves. Elements of work songs and spirituals are a part of the foundation of jazz.

4 Jazz History

Jazz History

The history of jazz can be traced back to the Unites States in the early part of the 20th century. From Ragtime and Blues to Big Band and Bebop, jazz has been a part of a proud African American tradition for over 100 years.

5 Musicians of Americas past

Musicians of Americas past

Louis Armstrong Miles Davis Billie Holiday Duke Ellington Benny Goodman Glenn Miller They have instilled modern music lovers with an appreciation for musical history.

6 1800s

1800s

America became known as the land of opportunity. - Irish gigs - German waltzes - French quadrilles - Ragtime the combination of these styles with the rhythmic and melodic music of the black community

7 1900s

1900s

New Orleans played a great role in the evolution of jazz music in the 20th century. African American musicians united European musical tradition with such music as blues, ragtime, and marching band to create a new style of music jazz.

8 1930s

1930s

A new style of jazz, "big band swing," became the most popular music of the 1930s and 1940s. Because of its highly energetic beat, swing music brought people to the dance floor every night.

9 1940s

1940s

Many jazz musicians were drafted to fight in World War II. A million African Americans served in the armed forces and so bands were experiencing difficulties in finding musicians to perform in the dance halls.

10 1950s

1950s

Americans began to turn to television, and music began to play a less important role. As a result, dance halls began to close all across the country. Rocknroll was introduced on television, and musicians such as Elvis Presley quickly became the sensation for American teenagers.

11 1970s  1990s

1970s 1990s

1970s the popularity of fusion 1980s acid jazz and its return to classic blues 1990s smooth jazz and retro swing

12 Jazz in our country

Jazz in our country

Jazz appeared in the USSR in the 1920s. The first jazz orchestra of Russia was founded in 1922 in Moscow by Valentin Parnakh and was titled The RSFSR First Eccentric Orchestra Jazz Band of Valentin Parnakh.

13 The first professional jazz band was the Moscow Orchestra of pianist

The first professional jazz band was the Moscow Orchestra of pianist

and composer Alexander Tsfasman. Early Soviet jazz bands mainly specialized in performing fashionable dances, such as foxtrot and charleston.

14 The Development and history of jazz in the USSR between 1920 and 1953

The Development and history of jazz in the USSR between 1920 and 1953

was in constant flux between prohibition, censorship and sponsorship. It was dependent on domestic, foreign, economic and ideological factors.

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15 The comedy Vesyolye rebyata

The comedy Vesyolye rebyata

he comedy Vesyolye rebyata

Jazz became popular in our country in the 1930s, in connection with the activity of the ensemble of the actor and singer Leonid Utesov.

The comedy Vesyolye rebyata (The Happy Guys) (1934) has a soundtrack composed by Isaak Dunayevsky. Leonid Utesov jointly with Jakov Skomorovsky formed an original style of theatre jazz based on blending music with drama and operetta.

16 Eddie Rozner

Eddie Rozner

Remarkable contribution into the development of Soviet jazz was made by a composer, musician and bandleader Eddie Rozner. He became one of the pioneers of swing jazz in the USSR.

17 The Red Age of jazz

The Red Age of jazz

The year 1932 marked a turning point in the development of Soviet jazz. This phase lasted until 1936 and is known as the Red Age of Jazz. The increased presence of mass media such as radio and records was responsible for this reception.

18 the 50-es and 60-es

the 50-es and 60-es

Oleg Lundstrem orchestra Riga jazz (REO) Georgiy Garanian Boris Frumkin Alexey Zubov

Their work has put the Soviet jazz to a new level and closer to the world standards.

19 Chamber music

Chamber music

The development of chamber music and club jazz in the diversity of its style begins in the 1970s.

David Goloshchekin Alexei Kozlov Alexei Kuznetsov Victor Friedman German Lukyanov

20 Many of the masters of the Soviet jazz began their career on the stage

Many of the masters of the Soviet jazz began their career on the stage

of Moscow's legendary jazz club "Blue Bird", which existed from 1964 to 2009.

21 Why do we like jazz

Why do we like jazz

From then on up to present days the development of jazz has a growing influence on society. People like to listen to jazz, this vitality of musical production in which improvisation plays a great role.

22 Today jazz is played all over the world

Today jazz is played all over the world

On every continent special festivals are held where jazz musicians from the United States, Asia, Africa, South America and Europe meet and share their music. Jazz will always be performed and listened to.

23 Thank You for your attention

Thank You for your attention

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