Blue and ragtime both show characteristics that contrast each other as well as conjoin to form the art of jazz.
One of the biggest musicians of blues was Mamie Smith. Its roots date back all the way to the Atlantic slave trade. Another big music genre was the blues there were many people that played the blues.
Performers in Jazz establish this similar relationship with the audience by playing to the pleasure and responses of the audience. In this paper, I will argue that the development of jazz was mainly contributed by the genre of blues and ragtime.
She was one of the first recorded blues vocal performance. Some might even associate jazz with the Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance, but mostly it is associated with black culture.
It is also necessary to mention that the composition of blues like bar blues and ABA structure greatly affect the composition of Jazz, especially at early ages.
There he gained respect and popularity and started to compose his first music.Together, they served as the primary predecessors to the later, more complicated genre. Jazz took on this character and developed into a even more complicated, spicy music on the spot with deferent instrument arrangement. With all the latest dance crazes and new music, everyone would gather in different places to hang out and party. The storyline and the characters in the novel, Ragtime, represent the changes of this time period. Blues contained the four-note structure, which is also the building block of jazz music. These choices not only include a multitude of artists, but also a wide diversity of music categories. Joplin excelled at this "ragged" style and pursued a music career that made him not only popular, but also respected. Dancing was a big part of their pop culture. The entertainer was written in while Scott Joplin was in St Louis and was intended as a moderately paced dance tune. Jazz clubs, private clubs, dance clubs, and roadhouses offered music and dancing just like a speaker would. It is a very simultaneous music style and consists of a lot of elements of real life, such as the call-and-answer structure. A big contributor to jazz was Louis Armstrong. Page 1 of 5. From Emma Goldman, to mother, to Evelyn Nesbit, all people and their lives evolved in this period. Some of the most accomplished musicians of our time have devoted themselves to a lifelong study of Jazz or Classical music, and a few exceptional musicians have actually mastered both