"This Style Demands Chops!" Jazz Music History Rap Song #1: The Origins of Jazz

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Teach students about the history of jazz music with this jazz music history rap song. Beginning with its African heritage, this song is written as a reading passage that explores jazz history with its roots in the Congo Square of New Orleans, moving up to the "Jazz Age" with Louis Armstrong.

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