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The Arts That Shaped America: Arts of the 1920s :: essays research papers
Art by definition is the conscious production or collection of sounds, colors, forms, movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the sense of beauty, specifically the production of the beautiful in a graphic or pliable medium. Whether it was shown visually or musically, the arts of the twenties were reflective of the time period. dismantle in books, the extravagance that people lived in was evident.     The music of the twenties was on the opposite end of the spectrum from the music that had been its predecessor. With a quicker tempo, dynamics contrastive then anything before it, dances that were of the youth and viewed as taboo, and powered by typeface and rhythm instruments , bed had become a mainstream for the youth of the twenties (Handley). In stark contrast of the Beethoven and the usual waltzes that people danced to, jazz was in your face and frowned down upon. According to the older generation, and quoted in the N ew York American, lesson disaster is coming to hundreds of young American girls through the pathological, nerve-irritating, sex-exciting music of jazz orchestras" (Ward, Burns). In the 1920s, Jazz and Blues became very popular. Singers and musicians like Fat Waller, " gel Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Lucille Bogan could be heard world wide. Bing Crosby, Annette Hanshaw, Al Jolson, Maria Anderson and George Gershwin were also devising in big in the music world.     George Gershwin composed some of the well-nigh noticeable blues pieces of the nineteen twenties. Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris, and soft Concerto in F, Rhapsody No. 2. Louis Armstrong, by far the king of the trumpet is the carte du jour boy for pure jazz. With his revolutionary playing, he was able to break the cut back of the typical Dixieland jazz music with his solos alone.      During the nineteen twenties films were comely more popula r, creating five dollar bill major studios and three minor studios (Films History of The 1920s.) The five major studios, some of which are still around today, were Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures (originally named celebrated players), Mutual Film Corporation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Fox Film Corporation. Warner Bros. Pictures, incorporated in 1923 by the brothers (Jack, Harry, Albert, and Sam) the studios first principal asset was Rin Tin Tin. MGM, first named Metro-Goldwyn Pictures - in 1924 organize from the merger of Metro Pictures (1915), Samuel Goldwyn Picture Corporation (1917), and the Louis B. Mayer Pictures Company (1918).