Jazz is a music genre that first started to develop in the southern states of the USA in the early 1900s. Jazz music uses blue notes, syncope, swing, multiple rhythm, skirmish, and improvisation techniques; It is the blending of African-American and Western music techniques. This music was introduced to the world in 1917 when the first records of the Dixieland Jazz Band were released. With the increase in popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, the Jazz Age was experienced throughout the world, especially in the USA. Jazz is one of the popular music genres not only in the past, but also today. Jazz music emerged from the United States, the land where it was discovered in the early twentieth century, and spread to the world, and until today, many sub-genres (New Orleans, Swing, Kansas, Gypsy jazz, bebop, cool, avant-garde, free jazz, Latin jazz, soul, fusion, jazz rock, smooth, jazz funk, ethno jazz, acid jazz) have been devoted to and interacted with numerous musical genres and traditions.