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To what does jazz refer? A) a famous nightclub located in Harlem, New York B) a literary, political, and cultural movement of the 1920s C) African American music that combined blues and ragtime D) a kind of fast-moving dance step
African American music that combined blues and ragtime, is the right answer.
Originated in the African-American neighborhoods of New Orleans, U.S, the Jazz is a music genre. This music genre originated in the later phase of the 19th and the early phase of the 20th century. This genre evolved from sources in blues and ragtime. Jazz has origins in West African aesthetic and vocal appearance and in the musical tradition of African-American musics such as blues and ragtime and European military band music.
c) African American music that combined blues and ragtime
A population of 120 rabbits lives in a prairie ecosystem. Which of these might prevent this population from growing any larger?
How did WWI change the way war was fought? How did it change the world? And how did it change the way people viewed war?
Which one of the following was NOT a musician during the Harlem Renaissance? Louis Armstrong
Charles Lindbergh was not a musician during the Harlem Renaissance.
Charles Augustus Lindbergh was an American aviator and engineer. In 1927 he became the first pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean, from west to east, joining the American continent and the European continent in a nonstop flight alone; previously a pair of British aviators (Alcock and Brown) had arrived from Newfoundland to Ireland in 1919, but not to the European mainland. The flight linked New York and Paris, more than 6,000 km away. In 1954 he won the Pulitzer Prize for literature with his work "Spirit of St. Louis", a story about his famous flight.
The correct answer is B) Charles Lindberg.
Charles Lindberg was NOT a musician during the Harlem Renaissance.
He was not a singer or African American. No. He was the famous aviator who made a transatlantic flight in 1927. The name of his plane was the "Spirit of St. Louis." The Harlem Renaissance was an artistic movement of African American artists, in the 1920s, in Harlem, New York.