No aspect of the Harlem Renaissance shaped America and the entire world as much as jazz. flouted many musical conventions with its syncopated rhythms and improvised instrumental solos. Thousands of city dwellers flocked night after night to see the same performers. meant that no two performances would ever be the same. Harlem's boasted the talents of . Singers such as and popularized blues and jazz vocals. and drew huge audiences as white Americans as well as African Americans caught jazz fever.


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