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Student’s Name Instructor Course Date of Submission Introduction During the 20th century Jazz was the main source of entertainment and inspiration among the Americans. Throughout this period (the Jazz Age Era) Jazz music signified the cultural conflict between traditionalists and modernists. Equally it created a close association between legal and social equality for all Americans particularly African Americans (Gushee 12). Moreover during the early days when slave trade extensively spread throughout America jazz played the role of loosening up people specifically the enslaved blacks. From jazz performances the enslaved people felt a sense of freedom from their masters’ oppression. As decades elapsed so did Jazz evolve thus attaining advanced levels in sophistication. In other words it developed to reflect the dynamic adjustments in the society and politics. One of the common social changes was the manner in which women used jazz to express oppression and gender inequality for instance slaves congregated at the Congo Square to perform religious and ritual traditions while singing and dancing. Certainly spiritual songs majorly influenced jazz. The slaves often sang religious folk songs as a way to show their devotion to their faith and also as an expression of their need for liberty. Works Cited Gioia Ted. The history of jazz. Oxford University Press 2011.Gushee Lawrence. "New Orleans-area musicians on the West Coast 1908-1925." Black Music Research Journal (2015): 1-18. Hester Karlton E. Bigotry and the Afrocentric" jazz" Evolution. Global Academic Pub. 2014.McKay Cory. "The Origins of Jazz." Journal Vol 9.1 (2015): 2. Nelson John C. "The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz: A Review." Black Music Research Journal 1 (2013): 95-112. Sarath Edward W. "BLACK MUSIC MATTERS." Redefining Music Studies in an Age of Change: Creativity Diversity and Integration (2016): 106. Shipton Alyn. A new history of jazz. Continuum International Publishing Group 2015. [...]

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Harry Connick Jnr a new orleans pianist vocalist composer arranger jazz musician involved in jazz he was born in 1967 and write a researcher paper that explores their significant influences. 1500 words You should be sure to consider the following types of influences: Musical influences from earlier periods;  Contemporary musical influences (i.e. from the same period);  Cultural influences (i.e. non-musical influences). Please advise of your experience with jazz papers if any

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