ethnic music


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ethnic music

Traditional music of a particular ethnic group or community. I love all types of music, especially the ethnic music you hear in the big city.
See also: music
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'We tried to coordinate and talk with Steung Areng Community Based Ecotourism, where Ploy master Doung Nhoek resides, and he gladly accepted our request for him to pass down his ethnic music knowledge to the next generation.
There is a lack of pre-service teachers' education and in-service teachers' professional development; insufficient school funding to support ethnic music education; not enough time spent on ethnic music learning; and shortages of ethnic musical instruments, recordings, and specialists (Chen, 2013; Fan, 2004; Huan, 2002; S.
The programmes include concerts, ethnic music of all nations and story-telling of folklore literature.
The Venezuelan musicians will introduce their ethnic music through playing special instruments.
Yanni, known for adding ethnic music elements to his jazz and soft rock compositions, will play some of his well-known compositions from the 90s as well from his latest album Truth of Touch.
Yet the uneven, incomplete, in some cases bifurcated contributions on ethnic music pale in comparison, for instance, to Wilson-Dickson's coverage of the Christian music of Africa.
Speaking on the influence of classical music in Hollywood, Menon said: " There is great interest in ethnic music in Hollywood, be it folk songs of Europe, original music from South East Asia or Indian classical music." " Music from different cultures is now getting a whole- hearted welcome in Hollywood.
Savor the traditional dishes of the Cantonese Cuisine with soft lighting, ethnic music and festive ambiance.
Since its creation, the orchestra has grown to comprise 50 American musicians specialising in world and ethnic music from cultures of the Arab World, Armenia, Bulgaria, Romania, Iran, Greece, and others in addition to Western classical music."
In 1989, with the help of Joe Boyd, a renowned American record producer based in England, Papasov's band was brought to the United States for the first time to perform for the Queens Ethnic Music and Dance Festival organized by the Center for Traditional Music and Dance (then known as the Ethnic Folk Arts Center) at Bohemian Hall in Queens.
Her repertoire is original music, easy listening, classical and ethnic music. She is also a regular performer on Dutch TV.
The show will be all improvised, featuring the members' varied interests in jazz, funk, classical and ethnic music.
No strangers to the Womad stage, the group is among the most successful fusion of ethnic music. Its sound is a double remarkable union between Celtic and West African musical traditions, and also between cutting-edge digital artistry and as-old-as the hills folklore.
including food, paintings on loan from Gardner's library and recorded ethnic music. Admission is $5 for members and $8 for nonmembers.
Amina has crossed many a milestone in course of her remarkable journey in the world of Arab melody, experimenting with and exploring the depths of ethnic music, playing with words, crossing genres and mixing cultures beyond borders.
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