5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- ___________ Gershwin became famous for pieces like "Someone to Watch Over Me" and "Rhapsody in Blue".
- So many artists lived & worked in Harlem during the 1920's that this period has another nickname. What was it?
- Like radio, the movies began before the 1920's, but early movies were __________.
- Where was Harlem?
- People flocked to theaters to see plays. Musical comedies such as those written by George M. __________ were very popular.
- a silent
- b George
- c Cohan
- d the Harlem Renaissance
- e in northern Manhattan in New York City
5 Multiple choice questions
- South, Midwest
- improvised playing
- a dance that had fast movements and high kicks
5 True/False questions
With radios, people could listen to _______ & ______. Radios also brought ___________ events from around the country into people's homes. → white
Until the 1920's, radios were used as __________ ____________. They enabled people to speak to one another over long distances. → Ernest Hemingway
Three artists who often painted realistic pictures of everyday scenes & of exciting events of the time were______________________, ______________________________, & ________________________________. → Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, & Charles Burchfield
Attendance at football ames, basketball games, & other competitions went _________ during the 1920's. → Harding, Cox
Today jazz continues to surprise its listeners. As saxophone player ________ ___________ said, "There are always new sounds to imagine; newfeelings to get at.". → John Coltrane