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Japanese music

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Transcript of Japanese music

There are many types of Japanese music. For example, Traditional, JPop, Folk music, Rock, Heavy metal, Extreme metal and Electropop. traditional JPop some of the oldest forms of
traditional Japanese music are
Shomyo, Buddhist chanting,
Orchestral court music, and Gagaku. Folk music The Biwa, a short necked lute, is played to accompany stories. The Taiko is a Japanese drum that can be various sizes and can be used to play a variety of musical genres.
There are four main types of folk music: work songs, religious songs, songs for gatherings like weddings, funerals and festivals, and children's songs. Every part of Japan has its own folk songs. JPop, which is short for Japanese pop, is a musical genre that became popular in the 1990's. Mordern JPop has roots in 1960's pop and rock music, such as the Beatles, which led to bands such as Happy End, mixing rock with Japanese music. Electropop Rock Heavy metal and
Extreme metal Traditional Instruments Biwa
Fue
Hichiriki
Hocchiku
Hyoshigi
Kane
Kakko
Kokyu
Koto
Niko
Okawa
Ryuteki Sanshin
Shakuhachi
Shamisen
Shime Daiko
Shinobue
Sho
Suikinkutsu
Taiko
Tsuzumi electropop stands for "Electronic pop". Techno-pop is the same thing as electropop. Another name for electropop is synthpop. Techno-pop means "technology pop". "Perfume", an all girls band, is a techno-pop band and is currently considered as one of the most popular bands in Japan. Electropop is a popular genre in Japan. a Japanese folkswoman with her Shamisen. Taiko
drum In the 1960's Japanese rock bands copied western rock bands like The Beatles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling stones. Group Sounds is a genre of Japanese rock music that was popular in the mid to late 1960's. The first Fuji rock festival opened in 1997. The Rising Sun festival opened in 1999. The Summer Sonic festival and the Rock in Japan festival opened in 2000. These are all popular rock festivals. Green stage of the Fuji Rock festival comparisons to Canada, What I learned, and Conclusion The first Japanese heavy metal bands started in the late 1970's, led by bands like Bow Wow, formed in 1975, and Loudness, formed in 1981.

Japanese extreme metal bands didn't get popular until the 90's. The genre is not as popular as it was in the 90's, and it is considered an underground form of music in Japan. traditional music JPop
1990's folk music
1920's electropop
1980's rock
1960's heavy metal
1970's extreme
metal
1990's Bibliography by Japanese
Music Timeline of when music genres became popular in Japan I learned that Japanese music and Canadian music can sound a little different, but they are both special to their communities in their own way. I also learned that we have the same genres of music, but they sound different in the different countries. One of the reasons they sound different is because although they are the same genres, they are played with different instruments. Many people here in Canada enjoy Japanese music just as much as they do in Japan. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Japan

* www.japan-guide.com/e/e2113.html

* web-japan.org/museum/music/about_mu.html

*www.gojapango.com/culture/japanese_music_folk.html

* www.farsidemusic.com/historyJa.html

* en.wikipedia.org/wiki/synthpop

*book- The childrens book of music- by anonymous
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