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After his return from Paris, he worked with jazz rhythms in Music for the Theater (
1925) and the Piano Concerto (1926). There followed a period during which he
was strongly influenced by Stravinsky's Neoclassicism, turning toward an abstract
NEW RHYTHMS, NEW FORMS The changes in the social climate that were
evident in the new century had a notable influence on the ballrooms. Latin-
American and jazz dances. The younger generation in Europe eagerly took up
the more ...
A characteristic of this new generation of jazz-based dances was the lack of
bodily contact between the participants, who vibrated their legs, gesticulated with
their hands, swung their shoulders, and twitched their heads. Many observers ...
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