DayDream warriors
Dr Psychotic Home PageDayDream Warriors Main PageArticlesMediaCommunityContact
Jazz - The Forbidden Music  by Wallace Sellers

There was a period in history when Jazz the music was banned during World War II when it was believed a plight for freedom against Hitler's Nazi regime due to what it represents. Jazz music is the product of the US that was creatively invented by African American from culture, and all the elements of the American life that influenced this style of music.

Jazz music is a symbol of freedom, hope and the skills of show ones self in through one of best art forms which is music. Meaning, African American citizens fought oppression since the beginning of slavery, and this music represented that resistance. Jazz music has a foundation of the basic rules of composition, but it has since expanded its way toward newer forms of music.

the US who also gained their freedom from Europe joined showed their patriarchy by taking note of the Jazz music on records and on the radio to encourage their fellow Americans to have faith in their country, and the freedom it means. Hollywood, celebrity musicians and Jazz musicians even supported freedom by connecting to patriotic films to get their point across to the world. This act caused Hitler and Stalin to fear the result Jazz music would have on all who listens who could be influenced by the concept of freedom, and patriotism.

In the year 1921 there were U.S citizens who did not favor Jazz music or the Jazz dance. There were activist who stated that Jazz is a variety of menace that is worse that alcohol, and that it would be better to wipe Jazz out of existence. In Germany, Jazz and all other American music was banned in the land before and after American citizens joined the war. Stalin forbid the playing of music at the finish of the 1945 war throughout the Soviet Union, and banned the application of saxophones. Jazz was called "the music of blacks by Hitler as a contributing factor for the prohibition of Jazz music. However, this music was embraced by all who heard it around the planet.

In fact, It was adored by those who supported the resistance of such a war. In the area of Azerbaijan the year of the 1950's produced even more forbidden Jazz music into a new style of Jazz referred to as Mugam that originated from the Baku style of music. The good of Jazz produces an atmosphere of relaxation and freedom that even spread to Algeria who wrote a type of Jazz that spread all around their country and in Europe called Rai in the late 1960's. Though there were many haters of Jazz music who forbid the application of it people who understood loved it.

Those who didn't like Jazz wrote books on it titled "Vo do do de o Blues" against Jazz and blues. Another title was "Anti cloth time girl" about a woman who hates this music. Still, when the underground clubs broke the law discreetly to make a house for jazz in Speakeasies they also spread the gospel of Jazz music all across the globe.

Wallace has been writing articles online for nearly 5 years now. Not only does this author specialize in weight loss, fitness and diet, you can also check out his latest website on Indoor Bicycle Trainer and Home Standby Generators.

Article Source:

Back To The Top Of The Page/span>

This Site Is Brought To You By HOME