"Traditional Music Vs International Music" Essays and Research Papers

  • Traditional Music Vs International Music

    morning, I would like to present to you a public speech about 'Music helps us to express every kind of emotion and can induce multiple responses.' Music. We hear it almost every day. No matter where we are, music will always be played either on the radio or just by humming a tune. Did you know that music started as early as the Paleolithic era? So music is about 200 000 years old. Music and society have always been intimately related. Music reflects and creates social conditions – including the factors...

    Al-Farabi, Emotion, Music 1861  Words | 5  Pages

  • Music

    backgroud about Jazz music. Jazz orginated at the beginning of 20th century, and New Orleans was the birth place of Jazz. Jazz based on the style of Blues and Ragtime. In 19th century, South of American use music to show their emotion, at the end of the 19th century, Jazz as a mixtura music with Blues and Ragtime and based on traditional American music. African music had a deep influence on Jazz music from the civil war, so Jazz music have many characteristics of African music. And it is the mixtura...

    Blues, Jazz, Music 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • Music

    Introduction Texture is one of the basic elements of music. When you describe the texture of a piece of music, you are describing how much is going on in the music at any given moment. For example, the texture of the music might be thick or thin, or it may have many or few layers. It might be made up of rhythm only, or of a melody line with chordal accompaniment, or many interweaving melodies. Below you will find some of the formal terms musicians use to describe texture. Suggestions for activities...

    Baroque music, Counterpoint, Harmony 646  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    Type of Concert: Pau Hana; Music and Dance from Asia and the Pacific General reaction: Overall, I was somewhat impressed with the majority of the performances. There were many different instruments, costumes, and music expressing the different cultures. There were a few musical instruments that seemed out of the ordinary, and also wasn’t very pleasing to the ears, but they did a great job. The UH students in the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Hawaiian music courses performed at this concert. Composition...

    Dance, Flute, Music 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    Music is an important and extremely useful tool in the way we learn and to deny its power is a waste of a truly wonderful resource” (Kristian David Olson). Though some would look at music as a small footnote in the progression of humanity, it is in fact a much greater force; for some, it defines their very existence. The fact is, music is a driving force in society; it has been present since the dawn of man. The average person spends several hours a day listening to music, whether they see it as...

    Affect, Better, Effect 1197  Words | 4  Pages

  • MUSIC

    MUSIC Music can be defined in many ways, but to summarize all the definitions, music can be defined as the art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds or both to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. It is said that a large percentage of old people who sing at the choir enjoy the harmony created and feel at peace. It is not really known from where music originated, but most probably the earliest humans...

    Drum, Gospel music, Guitar 2195  Words | 8  Pages

  • The Extinction of Traditional Music of Dayaks

    Music is a part of human’s life. Music was produced by various instruments in order to produce a quality sound or music. Besides that, music and the instruments show our culture and our identity to others. However, the traditional music has extinct because of the modernization that occur today. Most of the younger generation nowadays is more interested in other types of music such as rock, pop and R&B. There are absolutely does not interested on their own culture traditional music. In this...

    Borneo, Dayak people, Headhunting 732  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    of genre of music. Hank Williams Jr’s version has an old country music vibe to the song. Mr. Williams establishes a beat and volume of his voice to attract the audience’s attention. His soft tone of voice grabs the ears of the audience to listen closer to the words being told within the lyrics. The beat through the song is a steady country rhythm; also the way the song is played brings a calm and relaxed emotion. Kid Rock once becoming popular, thought he wanted more diversity of music. He ranges...

    Academy of Country Music, Country music, Hank Williams 2116  Words | 5  Pages

  • music

    What Genre of Music is Most Popular in Teens and Why? What makes music popular? Over 90% of responses have said that 3 things make a good song. Those three factors are lyrics, a melody line and a catchy rhythm (Forum.emusictheory.com, 2014). My survey I created has reached a result to this question that most people said that the best type of music is the one with the most meaning. They said that the lyrics of the song make it good because they like that it has meaning and songs without meaning...

    Jazz, Music, Music genre 1740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Music

    (WHAT WE THINK + HOW WE FEEL) x music = WHAT WE DO. “Music is to the soul what words are to the mind.”  (Modest Mouse, Good news for people who love bad news.) Music. The presence of music is almost if not everywhere. Music is easily available through the radio, various recordings, the Internet, and new technologies, allowing everyone to hear it in diverse settings and situations, alone or shared with friends and family. There is no exact date of when music was invented. Search the net all...

    Adolescence, Emotion, Pop music 931  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    2013 MUS31-04 Middle Ages and the Baroque Period Music What is music? According to the definition, music is the art of arranging sounds in time so as to produce a continuous, unified, and evocative composition, as through melody, harmony, rhythm, and timbre. As we know, music had become a controversial topic throughout the world. Everyone knows music, everyone heard of music. Music represents our feeling, and used throughout the world. Music has been divided into many periods. Such as Middle...

    Baroque, Baroque music, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    Music in my Life While walking today as I normally do, I turned around and your face came into my view. I could only imagine what was wrong with her. But at the end I understood what was wrong with her, it was music. This is what music does to people and I love it for that. Music makes people feel good inside so much that it might even hurt. Throughout my life, music has always been a major influence. It has the power to change my mood when I'm feeling down. Music is a cure for when I’m down and...

    2002 albums, 2006 albums, Eminem 1006  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    compose and perform at the same time. Four ingredients that help music swing are steady beat, syncopation, lilting quality, and rising and falling of the melodic line. Charles Mingus was a jazz bassist known for his composing and improvising. Dizzy Gillespie was a modern jazz trumpeter who devised a highly syncopated style of improvising. Jazz musicians usually begin playing a tune they all know and then they make up their own music. Chapter 2 Jazz musicians follow common practices while performing...

    Bebop, Blues, Charles Mingus 1011  Words | 3  Pages

  • music

    Music As is known to us all,music is such a broad topic to interpret that I can not introduce it to you in detail, so today I just talk about music in my eyes. Here comes the first question:Do you like music? Many people like music.There are many different types of music all over the world: Classical music,Folk music,Soft music,Light music,Blues, Country music, Children' s songs,Jazz, Pop music,Rock & Roll and so on. So what is your favourite kind of music? Soft music is graceful;rock...

    Country music, Music, Music for Airports 852  Words | 4  Pages

  • Music and A

    [pic] |Enjoyment of Music 2012 CSUF Study online at quizlet.com/_8cnf0 | | |1.|12 | |How many major scales are there in Western music? | |2.|active | |In Western music, dominant and subdominant chords are called _______ chords: | |3.|additive meter | |A grouping of beats that adds up to a larger overall pattern is called: | |4.|binary ...

    Beat, Melody, Meter 1034  Words | 7  Pages

  • Malaysian Traditional Music

    [pic] Malaysian Traditional Music Name : Zhao Jie (Jack) Mt Number : D 20102039509 Lecture name : Mohd Hassan Introduction : Durning our class about learning Malaysian traditional music in our final semester. I know some different kinds of Malaysian traditional music instrument. Today I will talking about Caklampong. Caklampong as a kind of Malaysian traditional musical instrumental it has some features , for example looks like...

    Malaysia, Minangkabau, Music 425  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    Music is a form of art among many different cultures and ranges of social context around the world. Music is not something you need a lot of money for; or even very little money for. They have free stations and apps with now day technology that allows you to enjoy music with no cost. It does not matter if you have no experience about rhythm, beat, or tone. Music is purely the entertainment of enjoying something that can bring us all together. There are many different genres of music and it can be...

    Chris Martin, Debut albums, English-language films 1155  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    The Middle Ages and The Renaissance When it comes to music, you discover that there are different periods such as The Middle Ages (450-1450) and The Renaissance (1450-1600). The Middle Ages was a time of migrations, upheavals, and wars. The Middle Ages is the period of European history encompassing to the 5th to the 15th centuries, normally marked from the collapse of the Western Roman Empire until the beginning of The Renaissance and Age of Discovery. The Renaissance was a period of exploration...

    Dark Ages, English Renaissance theatre, Europe 877  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    Humanities 100 5/6/13 Music is the Story of our lives Music can consistently be heard from classroom 208 at Stanley Middle School in San Diego, California. Mr. Phillip Marcus is the music teacher there. When I went to Stanley the music program was just starting to bud. Mr. Marcus was only teaching part time at Stanley and part time at University City High School. I enrolled in band for sixth grade, not knowing what to expect or realizing that this teacher would change the way I think about...

    College, Education, High school 986  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    This thing whether we realize it or not does help shape how we grow and who we end up being, or at the very least, it did in my case. This is the story of the event that started my life in music and how music made me who I am today. In November of 2009 I had just had my very first recital in The Music School of Ryan Cayabyab. It was a recital for instrumentalists, in my case it was the guitar. Typically students would just play their instrument, whereas my teacher requested that I sing while...

    College or university school of music, Human voice, Music 2819  Words | 6  Pages

  • Music in Traditional African Religiona

    Music Deriving From African and Eastern Religions List A: Music in traditional African religions: Throughout all my research about traditional African cultures I have come across one aspect, which is common in all religions in Sub-Sahara Africa, that Africans have a religion and believe in Supreme God- the Creator, the all Knowing, the Ever present and all Powerful. They acknowledge the Divine Presence in their daily lives. However each country may have different names and titles for God. Africa...

    Africa, African traditional religion, Akan people 1136  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music

    al’bogara (Islamic recitation) Composer: Musee d’ethnographie Where: Mevlevi Sufi, Turkey How does the piece function in its native culture? This is the call to prayer for the Muslim religion. This is not considered music. It’s a form of melodic religious expression. - Musiqu: a category encompassing genres that may elicit negative associations of secular musical practice. - Quran: sacred text revealed to the prophet Muhammad. 2. 1-6 ballad...

    Islam, Linguistics, Mexican American 409  Words | 3  Pages

  • Live Music vs. Studio Music

    When listening to music, do you prefer a live sound and setting, or a clean studio version on a cd? Well there are many benefits to the artist on both sides, however, with benefits of financial aspects and ticket sales, visual experiences by the listener of the performance, and artistic credibility onstage, live performing artists have become more successful in the music industry. When an artist is out on tour, the fans benefit from more than just the music. When a fan buys a ticket to a concert...

    Album, Album cover, Billboard 200 1102  Words | 3  Pages

  • Types of Music

    There are many different types of music in the world today. Why do we need music? Is the traditional music of a country more important than the international music that is heard everywhere nowadays? Thesis statement: Music is a part of our life, no matter it is traditional or international. Music is an inevitable part of our life. We do not even know when and where people first started to listen for music. It is obvious that music is as old as the human being in this world. We were listening to...

    Blues, Electric folk, Folk music 1983  Words | 6  Pages

  • Music

    My name is Eric Valencia and I began playing piano three and a half years ago. I never had any interest in playing piano, although I loved hearing it. My grandmother passed away december of 2008 and I was deeply saddened by this event. My music history teacher in high school played a few pieces for us from the classical period. I remember hearing the Marriage of figaro, Moonlight sonata, Don Giovanni, and a few others, but Moonlight sonata grabbed my attention the most. I began...

    Alexander Scriabin, Franz Liszt, Frédéric Chopin 518  Words | 3  Pages

  • World Music: Music of Zimbabwe

    possession using music mostly from the hand-held mbira. British rule highly disapproved of this, and in turn left many Zimbabweans alienated form their ancient culture.[1] There are several different types of traditional Shona musics, including mbira, singing, and drumming. Very often, this music is accompanied by dancing and participation by the audience.[2] In Shona music, there is little distinction between the performer and the audience; both are actively involved in the music making, and both...

    Africa, Chimurenga, Mbira 1250  Words | 4  Pages

  • music

    even in their jammies. Their music is really catchy and great.Cool me down I'm feeling so exotic Yaa right now.. I'm hotter than the tropics Take me down (Mr. Worldwide) Mumbai Cuba baby let's go (Priyanka) La-love me all the way o Rio (Desi girl) I'm feeling so exotic Tumko jo dekha maine Toh maine ye jaan liya hai Pardesi babu ne Iss desi dil ko maan liya hai (x2) I'm like Bon Jovi I'm wanted Dead or alive, and ya better get with it And in music game i'm more of a dead than alive ...

    2005 singles, Hindi-language films, Indian films 590  Words | 4  Pages

  • Music

    Chapter One Music in which one tone predominates over the other tones is called tonal. Iteration is an important means of causing one tone to predominate over other tones. In simple tonal music the tone that receives the greatest stress through iteration is often the keynote or tonic. The term tonality means practically the same thing as key. Music in which a single tone predominates over the others is said to be tonal. In tonal music one tone takes precedence over all the others; this tone is...

    Chord, Consonance and dissonance, Dominant 1232  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music: the International Language

    Music is a part of people’s lives from all around the world. It has been around for at least 50,000 years and most likely originated in Africa (Wallin, et al. 1). There are several distinct genres of music. The most recognized forms in the western hemisphere are: classical, jazz, rock and folk, as well as others which are essentially branches from the four previously mentioned. Many career options exist for those wishing to pursue music, many of which require one or more scholastic degrees. In music...

    Clarinet, Classical music, Jazz 1610  Words | 5  Pages

  • International Friendship Day and Music

    Music      Assalamualaikum and a very good afternoon to my fellow friends, teachers and judges. Today, on this fine afternoon, I would like to present to you a public speech about ‘Music’.             Music. We hear it every day. No matter where we are, music will always be played either on the radio or just by humming a tune. Did you know that music started as early as the Paleolithic era? So music is about 200 000 years old. Wow! It’s so old. Still people enjoy listening to this ‘old’ art for...

    Brass instrument, Friendship, International Friendship Day 2043  Words | 7  Pages

  • traditional vs modern music

    Music takes a great part in our life. People are playing music everywhere, in a car, house, bank, supermarket, grocery store even in the office. Music could also delight the mood when people are stressed and makes all kind of mood. Although different people like different music, music could brings people to communication and brings different people together. There are two kind of music, first is traditional music which owned by each country and second is the international music one which almost all...

    Alternative country, Country music, Culture 428  Words | 2  Pages

  • Music of the 80's vs New Age Music

    80's Music vs. New aged Music Chelsey Stafford COM/170 January 10, 2013 Tameka Winston In today's society our music comes from a different era than it was in the 80's. The genre and style of the generation will follow. Music comes from the Ancient Greek muses, who were the nine goddesses of art and science. Music actually began around 500 B.C. when Pythagoras experimented with acoustics and how math related to tones formed from plucking strings. The main form of music during the middle...

    Definition of music, Gregorian chant, Hip hop music 1125  Words | 3  Pages

  • World Music

    While world music is a genre, musical exoticism can be classed as a process in which musicians freely interpret attributes of the music of non-western culture and targeting specifically at foreign audience. It is the direct perception of the western audience's view of non-western music tradition, not non-western perception of non-western exoticism, in other words not the true perception, only a concept. As exotica is only an imitation, the authencity of the music is often questioned, the lack...

    Blues, Contemporary classical music, Culture 1462  Words | 5  Pages

  • Classical vs. Modern music

    Classical Music vs. Modern Music Classical and Modern music have many differences as well as similarities. In this paper, I compare classical and modern-day music through a means of artists, performances, and specific pieces. Although modern and classical music have different meanings, for example classical music back in the early 19th century was only played for the rich and royal and took some composers multiple months to compose, while modern music can be created in just hours with electronic...

    Chamber music, Concerto, Ludwig van Beethoven 1506  Words | 4  Pages

  • music

    composed in its submediant, G major. In common practice, the second theme of a minor symphony should be modulated to its relative major. Moreover, in the recapitulation; this second theme is played in the relative major, D major. In most of the traditional symphonies, double return is featured by the return of the themes in the home key. The symphony is also unconventional thematically. In Classic symphonies, the two themes have contrasting characters that usually the first theme is energetic...

    Chord, Dominant, Key signature 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • Asian Music

    Cambodia Music Cambodian Art music is highly influenced by ancient forms as well as Hindu forms. Religious dancing, many of which depict stories and ancient myths, are common. Some dances are accompanied by a pinpeat orchestra, which includes a ching (cymbal), roneat (bamboo xylophone), pai au(flute), sralai (oboe), chapey (bass banjo), gong (bronze gong), tro (fiddle), and various kinds of drums. Each movement the dancer makes refers to a specific idea, including abstract concepts like today (pointing...

    Indonesia, Malaysia, Music 1193  Words | 5  Pages

  • Caribbean Music

    Caribbean Music | | INTRODUCTION | Caribbean Music, diverse variety of musical styles and traditions from the islands of the Caribbean Sea. It ranges from traditional folk genres, such as the Puerto Rican aguinaldo and Jamaican mento, to contemporary popular idioms such as salsa and reggae. Caribbean music encompasses the music of the English-speaking Caribbean (formerly the British West Indies), the Hispanic Caribbean (primarily Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic), and the French...

    Caribbean, Caribbean Sea, Cuba 1308  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reggae Music

    Introduction Music is an art form and source of power. Many forms of music reflect culture and society, as well as, containing political content and social message. Music as social change has been highlighted throughout the 20th century. The word reggae represents a style of popular music that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960’s and quickly emerged as the country’s dominant music. In Jamaica during the 1970s and 1980s reggae developed out of the Ghetto’s of Trench town and expressed the...

    Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia 1338  Words | 4  Pages

  • irish music

    The Irish Music The Traditional Irish music is know today all over the world, it’s an oral tradition. The origin of Irish music can be traced back to almost two thousand years ago when the Celts arrived to Ireland. The Celts brought their lifestyle and also they brought there music. They are influenced by the East. However, one theory held that the Irish harp comes from Egypt. The sounds with the harp are one of the most older. This instrument is the first use in the Irish Music. Since the...

    Adam Clayton, Bono, Grammy Award winners 360  Words | 6  Pages

  • Irish Traditional Music

    Society to record the lifestyles of the harpers as well as recording and writing down the music from the festival to preserve it for future generations. This method, unlike the oral tradition which had existed up until then, did not allow for particular nuances in style and some of these were lost. There was a harping revival in the second half of the twentieth century. The role of the harp as a traditional instrument was led by Máire Ní Chathasaigh, who had solo albums such as “The New Strung Harp”...

    2nd millennium, Bagpipes, Chanter 1148  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reggae Music

    Reggae is the most internationally famous style of Caribbean music. Reggae, which is one of the world's most influential music, was originated in Jamaica around the mid 1960's. At first reggae was first performed by and for poor Jamaican's, but quickly became popular throughout the Caribbean and around the world. Most reggae songs deal with social concerns and religious beliefs of the Afro-Caribbean awareness of the Rastafarian religion. The term reggae is also applied today to reggae's precursor...

    Bob Marley, Dancehall, Jamaica 1152  Words | 3  Pages

  • Classical vs Baroque Era Music

    Raymond Yan IB Music Sl 11/29/13 Period 4A Classical vs Baroque Era 1. Baroque Period- Musical texture during the Baroque period was also polyphonic and/or homophonic. Composers used melodic patterns to evoke certain moods. The use of text depiction continued. Rhythmic and melodic patterns are repeated throughout the composition. With the addition of instruments and the development of certain musical techniques such as basso continuo, music during the Baroque period became more intriguing...

    Baroque music, Christoph Willibald Gluck, Classical music 692  Words | 3  Pages

  • The attractiveness of the Music Industry for Warner Music

    The attractiveness of the music industry from the perspective of Warner Group Music Summary Major transformation in the music industry over the last decade has resulted in the three major record labels; The Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group finding themselves with rapidly decreasing revenues and company structures which no longer provide profitability. A brief analysis of the external strategic factors affecting the Warner Music Group has revealed the changes...

    American record labels, EMI, IFPI members 2225  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pop Music

    Pop music (a term that originally derives from an abbreviation of "popular") is usually understood to be commercially recorded music, often oriented towards a youth market, usually consisting of relatively short, simple love songs utilizing technological innovations to produce new variations on existing themes. Pop music has absorbed influences from most other forms of popular music, but as a genre is particularly associated with the rock and roll and later rock style.[citation needed] Contents...

    Beat music, Disco, Jazz 1360  Words | 5  Pages

  • Modern vs. Classical Music

    increase of new technology and business schemes has allowed their base of listeners to be on a global scale for millions, if not yet billions. During the late 17th century to early 19th century, the phenomenon that is the evolution of Liturgical Music had hit the Classical era; extremely skilled artists such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn and Schubert were producing masterpieces for the courts of the upper class. Because the culture that surrounds these classic artists and the modern artists has changed...

    Baroque music, Classical music, Classical period 944  Words | 3  Pages

  • Caribbean Music

    Music of the Caribbean region differs from island to island. The Caribbean got its name from the term “Carib”, which is the name of an old Native American ethnic group. Today the region is divided into four different parts: Spanish, French, Dutch, and British Caribbean. The Spanish Caribbean consists of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Dominican Republic; the French Caribbean consists of Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Guiana; the Dutch Caribbean contains Suriname, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba,...

    Bongo drum, British Virgin Islands, Caribbean 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • Semiotics of Music

    Semiotics of Music: Analysis of White Room by Cream Introduction In western today, there are two major types of music that prevail. On the one hand, there is classical music, choir music generally performed by solo artists. On the other hand, there is popular music or rock music performed by rock groups. This article provides a detailed semiotic analysis of “white room” by Cream in the 1968. The period, after the 1940-1950 eras, was when rock’ n roll began to take shape (Anthony Gribin &...

    Jazz, Music, Music genre 2303  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine Music

    Philippine Music Kulintang Kulintang refers to a racked gong chime instrument played in the southern islands of the Philippines, along with its varied accompanying ensembles. Percussive bossed gong ensembles without a melodical gong rack, known as Agung, are played throughout most of the islands by indigenous groups (such as the Mangyan, Lumad, Batak, Tagbanwa and Aeta) as well as historically by low-land groups such as the Bisaya, Bicol and Tagalog, yet the kulintang ensembles themselves are only...

    Filipino language, Hip hop music, Manila 1596  Words | 5  Pages

  • Western Influence on Chinese Music

    Western Influence on Chinese Music China has long been the cultural hub of Asia, and has had the longest amount of contact of any Asian country with other Western countries. Ever since the Silk Road was established, China has been trading with other Western countries and exchanging aspects of their cultures with one another. One of these aspects is music. But how exactly has Western music influenced Chinese music? In order to understand this, we must look at the history of Western encounters...

    C-pop, Cantopop, Erhu 1236  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bluegrass Music: A Form of Appalachian Music

    Appalachian Music Appalachee - people on the other side Folk music - What is folk music? Traditional songs existing in countries. Handed down through generations. Passes on by word of mouth, not written in musical notation. Don't know who wrote it. Melody and lyrics change as they are passed on. Folk Music is History in song: Tells about daily lives. Tells about Special events - often tragedies, themes of romance, battle, adventure, and history. Purpose of folk music: Entertainment...

    Bill Monroe, Bluegrass music, Blues 748  Words | 4  Pages

  • Music Censorship

    The heated debate 1 Running head: THE HEATED DEBATE BETWEEEN MUSIC CENSORSHIP The heated debate between music censorship and freedom of expression The heated debate 2 Our society today largely views censorship as a method that has disappeared from liberal cultures since the enlightenment with the exception of restrictions in time of war. The enlightenment served to cripple the intolerance of incisive government leaders, but did not obliterate censorship altogether. Instead,...

    Censorship, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Freedom of expression 1768  Words | 5  Pages

  • Korean Music

    KOREAN MUSIC Traditional Korean music includes both the folk, vocal, religious and ritual music styles of the Korean people. Korean music, along with arts, painting, and sculpture has been practiced since prehistoric times. Two distinct musical cultures exist in Korea today: traditional music (Gugak) and Western music (yangak). Korean Folk music Korean folk music is varied and complex, but all forms maintain a set of rhythms (called Jangdan) and a loosely defined set of melodic modes. Because...

    Aak, Korea, Korean court music 917  Words | 3  Pages

  • Appalachian Mountain Music

    English 1010-Wednesday 20 April 2011 Appalachian Mountain Music Many listeners who are not familiar with Country or Bluegrass music may have trouble in differentiating the two types of music. While Country and Bluegrass share a common lineage, there are several differences set them apart. During the 40’s and 50’s Bluegrass music was a big influence in society. It combined traditional folk ballads, gospel songs, and string band music to create a style characterized by instrumental intelligence...

    Bluegrass music, Blues, Country music 968  Words | 4  Pages

  • Kinds of Music

    MUSIC Music is no stranger to anyone, but have you ever asked someone as to what music is. If not, then try on but be prepared that you would not receive any definite answer from anyone. The dictionary defines music as ‘the art of arranging tones in an orderly sequence so as to produce a unified and continuous composition’. However, in the larger picture, the definition of music varies with culture, people, place or time. Music is sublime and too varied, leaving each individual with a different...

    Blues, Funk, Hardcore punk 1707  Words | 5  Pages

  • Korean Music

    Korean traditional performance. LA 2012 I have grown up in Korea since I was born but I have never been to Korea traditional music concert in my life. It was my very first time to try to listen Korean music. I didn’t expect that much how much it would to be interesting for me. My first thought about the Korean music was “boring” because I know its beat and rhythm are really slower then other countries music. But my whole experience at the music concert totally made my bias different. Last time I...

    Culture of Korea, Dance, Folk music 1284  Words | 3  Pages

  • MUSIC GENRES

    LESSON 7: PUNK, DISCO, GLAM ROCK, REGGAE, CUMBIA AND HARD ROCK Reggae A Jamaican music genre which originated from the ska and rocksteady. The word reggae means rags, ragged. This also mean ragged dance music. The music style of reggae has an offbeat rhythm, syncopated, and staccato chords. Reggae music use also stringed instruments like guitar, bass guitar and piano. For the percussion, reggae use snare drums and tom0tom drums. Horns are also used like the saxophone, trumpet and trombone. Some...

    Bass guitar, Blues, Hard rock 594  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nepali Music

    Nepal Music The rhythm, beats, bounce of Nepali traditional folk and classical music is spiritual enough to sooth you and entertaining enough to cheer you. Music is associated with every event in Nepal, then be it birth, marriage,festivals or National events. Various songs, musical instruments and dances are connected with various religious, social and cultural life of the Nepalese. Music is the heartbeat of Nepal. Music is associated to every event of life, then be it festivals, feasts, marriage...

    Americas, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Jazz 977  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cuban Music

    CUBAN MUSIC Cuba is a small communist country in the Caribbean. Though they may not have a lot of money and property, Cubans are among the most cheerful, musical and outgoing people on earth. The unique sound of Cuban music traces back to the Yoruban and Congolese cultures in West Africa. Over thousands of slaves were brought over during the 1880s, and along with them their styles of music. A few of the instruments brought over are still used in Cuban music today such as the bata drums. After...

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  • Roots of Bluegrass Music

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