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.
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The authorities and their cultural standardization directly determine which kinds of Chinese ethnic music are selected in these music textbooks and how they are represented.
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.
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.
including food, paintings on loan from Gardner's library and recorded ethnic music.
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.
As a gay (or bisexual) man, Bowles had to camouflage this part of his personality, and after World War II, he moved from New York to Tangier, Morocco, where he wrote about and recorded ethnic music from North Africa for more than fifty years.
That's where you get people like Naftule Brandwein and Dave Tarras, who were genuinely stars at the time becoming quite flamboyant and wellknown through performing something that could be considered traditional, ethnic music.
Ras said: "The city of Liverpool has great talent among its ethnic music community, so I am proud to be part of Liverpool Sound City's music conference.
Though scholarly research in Latin American discography is still in its relative infancy, Spottswood's Ethnic Music on Records and Diaz Ayala's Cuba Canta y Baila (the latter is available online and in print) place Cuba in the forefront of Latin American countries in this regard.
Beside classical, the program will include pop, rock, jazz, gospel and ethnic music, pairing professional musicians with students and amateurs from the L.
The field of American music scholarship has greatly expanded, particularly within the last 20 years, now thoroughly embracing all forms of "popular" and especially ethnic music.
I wouldn't be doing what I am doing if I didn't have a jazz background, as well as a classical background, because it's to do with timing and rhythm in ethnic music, as well as the rock music that we made with Soft Machine.
Hailed for fusing ethnic music and folk songs with Western influences, she produced prize-winning Toccata for Percussions and Winds, Divertissement and Concertante, Filiasiana, Philippine Mass, De Profundis, and East Meets Jazz Ethnika.
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