Globalization is strongly impacting the connections for social and cultural levels. There are distinctive differences among the global, national and local communities. For example, the economic migration has led to rapid social changes at local and national level that also impact globally. The music changes are also linked to the ambiguity regarding the sense and identity of a place. The most directly affected by the commercial music trends are the young people. They experience global music trends on a daily basis through friendship groups, employment patterns, internet usage and the cultural influences in lifestyles.
For instance, elements of Jazz music serve as the good foundation for many people pursuing commercial music in American. This popular music in turn influences the trends for commercial musical globally. In the first half of 20th century, jazz became the dominant dance music in …show more content…
From the earliest days, the jazz music seemed to be the kind of music that the musicians could play for themselves. This has served as good way of freeing themselves from the marching bands, rigid standard dance or the other of commercial music types that are repetitive to play.
Globally, the international jazz also trends the correlation between the styles used in the U.S and abroad. Jazz originated with small bands of about six players and the style called New Orleans. Both whites and blacks perform the jazz styles, and the audience is usually diverse, although mostly white. The jazz style is more than music; it is a prototype for hip hop and rock.
Jazz has deeply influenced many famous artists such as Ken Burns, Jackson Pollock, and Romare Bearden. Many jazz films particularly Film by Ken Burns is found to be finger-snapping and toe-tapping celebration of all that is meant this music to inspire people to keep it swinging for many years to come. It provides the fresh mood for every listening