Jazz was a bold new style of music that incorporated a rhythm made wholly unique through the use of improvisation. This era during the 1920s became characterized by many African American musicians such as Duke Ellington, Bessie Smith and Charlie Parker, whose performances would capture the admiration of a wider public.
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