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Music

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Maggen Louisius

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Music

Music! LOUD Country Music Rock! Classical Music Instruments that are used in Classical music
are: Bowed strings, woodwind, brass,
percussion, keyboard, and the guitar family. Pop Music THE BLUES The blues originated in New Orleans. Typical instruments in a blues song are: vocals, bass guitar, drums, keyboards, horns (usually a saxophone), and a violin. The cultural origins of
Country music are Southern
US, and Southern Canada. It
is very popular in Australia,
Brazil, Canada, UK, and the
US. The typical instruments
are guitar, bass, drums,
banjo, and vocals. Pop music originated in
Britain and the U.S. The main
instruments
are synthesizers,
and guitars. It is made for large
listening audiences.
Pop music is one of
the most popular genres of music. P
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P
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L
A
R M
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S
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C Rock music originated
in the UK and the US. Some instruments that are
used in rock songs are: vocals,
electric, bass, and acoustic guitars,
drums, synthesizers, and
keyboards. It is
extremely
popular
worldwide. Music is a fun, creative, and exciting way of expressing your feelings. There are many different types or genres. We hope you learn about some of them during this presentation. THE END
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