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Music-geography(:

By: Lindsey, Zoe, Chelsea & Summer
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Lindsey Hilligoss

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Music-geography(:

A lot of people from the Caribbean
use drums and bongos when they play music.
Many people made their own instrument like the ones shown on the left that the little boys are playing on. Caribbean music has been around
since slavery. U.S.A. Caribbean Hip Hop
Country
Pop
Rock
Classic
Salsa
Tuk
Iron band
Dub
Raggae Many people dance around the street in festive costumes related to their style of music. Bob Marley is one of the main artists in the Caribbean and a legend all over the world. Bob Marley was born Febuary 6th in 1945 and he died on May 11, 1981 in Miami Florida. His music was very inspriring. Many people knew at least a couple of his songs. The History of Salsa dancing: Salsa dancing started in Cuba around the World War II but the Cubans aren't they only ones who dance to the salsa. The style of salsa has changed over the years. What is Raggae?
It is a genre of music developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. Most reggae sonf lyrics involve faith, love,relationships, poverty, and other things. Lloyd Knibbs, a drummer, decided that Raggae music should me slower so that people can her and understand what the artists are saying.



The first Jamaican recording studio opened
in 1951 and recorded "mento" music which is
a mix of European and African folk dance music.
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