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Jazz and Bluegrass
A comparison and contrast of the music genres of jazz and bluegrass.
# 121345 | 2,000 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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This paper provides a comparison and contrast of two different music forms and periods in American culture, jazz and bluegrass. The comparison and contrast focuses on the reasons why the writer prefers these genres and also why of the two, jazz is most preferred. How each genre reflects American history and regional development is also addressed.

From the Paper:

"The increasing appreciation in American culture for multi-culturalism has sparked a renewed interest in the artistic contributions of a variety of ethnic groups to American art music and letters. Two particular periods of music that draw my interest reflect in their origins the multi-cultural contribution to musical forms in American culture; blue grass and jazz. Both of these musical styles and periods reflect the diversity of American culture and art that belies the melting pot image of American society. Both bluegrass and jazz are fairly regional..."

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