Paris in the 1920s: a melting-pot of rhythms from around the world. Jazz from Harlem finds its way into Milhaud’s ballet La Création du Monde. An obsession for the Spanish bolero takes Ravel to his most famous orchestral work. Gershwin depicts the ambiance in An American in Paris. Swaggering between the taxis on the Champs-Elysées, in full swing through the Quartier Latin: Paris as the global dance capital.
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