5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Glamour Girl
- Powder dry
- Messin' around
- Moppin' up a ten cent pop
- In The Grove
- a A term made by popular by Hollywood of the 1940's
- b drinking soda pop that only cost a dime at that time
- c killing time with friends
- d carried away by music
- e as in "keep your powder dry" technically it means gun powder but came to mean "keep ready for action
5 Multiple choice questions
- a new jazz form introduced by black musicians in the early 1940's Popularized by performers such as Dizzy Gillispie , this style of music had more complex rhythms than swing and developed separately from swing
- short for civilian defense, a volunteer organization of air raid wardens, ham radio poerators and the like.
- eight eighth notes to a measure. commonly used in swing music
- a bomber crew member who uses the bombsight and releases the bombs
- A fast jitterbug
5 True/False questions
Axis → the nations which fought against the United States of America and the other allied nations
Jitterbug → An athletic often acrobatic dance with "breakaways." Make the jitterbug song and dance as unrestrained as possible.The jitterbug was only a c-r-a-z-y dance with leaps and jumps and tossing partners about, was also wildly popular during WWII.
Breakaways → where dance partners separated and improvised steps
Gremlin → Means Government Issue ,but the initials also stand for enlisted personnel G.I."Joe."
Cut A Rug → Dance up a storm