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In the case of jazz there are too many factors from too many cultures to make the case for a straight timeline to its beginnings; in fact its history plays more like two or three parallel timelines which finally come to a head to create a new artform. However, it is most often the case that a series of events and stressors are the culprits of such change, as is the case of the decline of jazz’s popularity.

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Publisher: Music Sales Ltd (June 8, 1998)

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