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It depicts the skyscraper of New York City.

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Aaron Douglas's painting "Song of the Towers" is likely titled as such to evoke the idea of music or poetry emanating from the skyscrapers, symbolizing progress and modernity. The artwork is part of the Harlem Renaissance movement and showcases themes of African American culture and resilience in the face of urbanization.

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