What Music Was Popular in Britain in 1929?

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In the 1920s, Britain was dominated by ragtime and jazz music. This type of music was especially common among the young members of the community. Ragtime and jazz music eventually gave way to swing music in the 1930s.
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The answer is all-everyone has they're own type of music this what makes us unique! (But if I would be straight forward with ya'll-RnB!) xox from dance4eva13!
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British people are very strange. They don't use metric and they drive on the wrong side of the road. They don't pronounce their words correctly, so I'm not surprised that they listen
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Well this is the current top 40 pop singles in the UK hosted by BBC radio 1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/chart/singles
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John McCormack. 'Roses are shining in Picardy in the hush of the silvery dew, Roses are flowering in Picardy, but there's never a rose like you.' Haydn Wood (music) and Fred Weatherby
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