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Andie and Celia M3 Music of Jamaica
Transcript of Andie and Celia M3 Music of Jamaica
The sound of Jamaican traditional music is upbeat and energetic. The types of music they play includes of reggae, blues, soul, and jazz music. From the U.S.A. Jamaica has discovered toasting which is a form of raping.
Some instruments used in Jamaican traditional music are a rumba box, a banjo, and hand drums.
Music is performed in Jamaica for entertainment and fun. Dance has always been important to Jamaica from the beginning of time to present. Most dancing was related to religious celebrations but is now more celebrated just for fun.
Andie and Celia M3
Music of Jamaica
Jamaica is located in the Caribbean Sea Island country. It is just under the size of Connecticut. The highest point in Jamaica is Blue Mountain Peak at 7,401 feet high. The government system is a Constitutional Parliamentary Democracy.
Three Little Birds
Flowing, Mellow, Uplifting
Bob Marley was born in Nine Mile, Jamaica on February 6, 1945 and died May 11, 1981. Bob's favorite instrument was his Gibson Electric Guitar
Damion Marley was born in Kingston, Jamaica on July 21,1978 and is not yet dead.
Peter Tosh was born in Westmoreland Parish, Jamaica on October 19, 1944 and died September 11, 1987. His main instrument was guitar.
Live Music in Jamaica
Live music in Jamaica is most of the time preformed at festivals like Jamaica Jazz and Blues, Rebel Salute, and Reggae Sumfest. Weekly music performances are located at the Red Bones Blue Cafe Usain Bolts Tracks and Records, and Alfreds.
Thanks For Watching
Jamaica is full of fun upbeat music