MUSIC of the HARLEM RENAISSANCE… after World War I and the Great Migration to the North, African-American music, dance, fashion, art and literature grew popular among whites and blacks. This became known as the Harlem Renaissance. Musicians included EUBIE BLAKE, FATS WALLER, JAMES P. JOHNSON, WILLIE “THE LION” SMITH AND JELLY ROLL MORTON. [Another great name during this time was Duke Ellington. If you want to add him to your study, there is a full MITS about him in my store.]
This is MORE than a MITS and not as extensive as a bundle. Let’s call it a BUNDLETTE. 5 musicians and their music rolled into one product.
Music history is FUN and a great way for you to connect with your students!
NO WORK FOR YOU! Just print these low color ink PDF posters and you have a READYMADE bulletin board. Or add a few of the PDF slides to your Smartboard or Powerpoint presentation.
This set of Musicians of the HARLEM RENAISSANCE includes a title page, 5 musician photos, info about genres/vocabulary, a listing of songs and dances of the time.
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