We will discuss about different music categories. Some of the examples as below:
Welcome to our section on the mysterious and dynamic genre of music known as jazz. Here you will find many articles on or related to this topic, ranging from the main instruments of jazz music, to the popular players of those instruments, to the fascinating history of the genre, and so on. Whether you appreciate jazz for its improvisational qualities, the technical prowess of the players, or the sublime nuance of some of its finer compositions, you will no doubt find something of interest here!
Welcome to our section on jazz history. As one of the most intriguing forms of music, it has an equally fascinating history which we explore one article at a time, covering a variety of famous jazz artists, locations, and events that span this genre’s rich history. Browse through our selection and enjoy!
This section talks about famous jazz musicians, and there surely are a lot of them, both men and women, playing various instruments, that have established themselves. Duke Ellington, Nina Simone, Art Tatum, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Thelonious Monk…we can hardly begin to list all of them, but if you are aware of them, don’t be surprised to find them in this section. Have a look around and enjoy!
We discuss a wide variety of musical genres on this site, including country, electronic, experimental, folk, hardcore, hip hop, krautrock, minimalist music, no wave, punk, and trance.
If you’re looking for a specific genre of music, you’ll find it in this category. We have broken this section down into the genres that resonate with us at the moment. Whether it’s hip hop or hardcore, minimalist or electronic, entering this category will give you a glimpse into that style of music. We have an entire section on folk music as well as a beefed up section on jazz music as well as its history.
In our electronic category, you’ll find topics like acid house versus techno house music and producers vs live DJs. They’ll help you become more knowledgeable or fill in gaps in your music life that you didn’t know existed.
There are specific genres covered on a very local level in Canada, too. You can follow our article on the best Canadian country music artists of the year.
In our hip hop and rap section, we have tips on how to write a rap song that will make money rain from the sky. You should definitely check that one out. Another is the main genres of music in America, which includes hip hop, jazz, and folk. We love providing our readers with a variety of music genres, and you should be able to find a ton of topics that interest you.
Folk music has been around for hundreds of years. It’s music that is often a reflection of what’s going on in the world at the moment. If there’s turmoil like war or social issues, folk music is like a storyteller reporting on the problems in the world for others to note.
Folk artists have created songs like “This Land is Your Land” that turned into an unofficial national anthem. The songs are written to speak to regular folks that are plugging away at their lives. Songs that are meant to be folk songs are ones that everyone can relate to on a certain level.
Years before television and radio, folk music was a kind of oral history. People sang to tell stories, and this storytelling was important so people would remember certain events and ways of life.
In our folk category, you’ll find examples of some great folk songs through the ages. We have posts on how to make money at music, which applies to folk as well as other kinds of music. We cover the evolution of folk music in the U.S., and the specific characteristics that make a song a folk song.
The history of a genre is important. You have to understand where the music started to really understand your place in it, and where it fits in going forward. We talk about the instruments that are part of the genre like the acoustic guitar and the banjo. We discuss the best banjo for folk music based on the characteristics of the genre, and the kind of instrument you’ll need. Definitely check that one out when you get a chance.
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