What kind of music do babies like to listen to?
Babies prefer soothing classical music or cheerful nursery rhymes/rhythms.
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They listened to jazz. A type of music with slurred notes and African music. . ragtime leading into swing, leading into the birth of jazz . http://dyppl.com/search/search.php?q=music
The variety and styles of music enjoyed by people in Pennsylvania (and everywhere else) changes with the times. However, classical music endures and for some so will gangsta rap. A few will be Beetles or Elvis fans forever. A much smaller number will take pleasure in the works of Stephen Foster or t…he marches of John Philip Sousa. Certain songs and artists will continue to send shivers down your spine long after their music is no longer in Vogue. Farewell Concerts, retrospectives and other such venues are still an important part of the entertainment world and DJ's will continue to sneak in an oldie but goodie onto the air-waves to warm the cockles of your heart from time to time. For example: . Bing Crosby's 'White Christmas' or 'Where the Blue of the Night'. . The Lennon Sisters' 'You Belong to Me'. . Peggy Lee's 'Manana'. . Glen Miller's 'When You Wish Upon A Star' and 'In the Mood'. . Ella Fitzgerald's 'Oh Lady be Good' and 'Flying Home'. . Don Ho's 'Blue Hawaii'. . Johnny Ray's 'Cry'. . Gene Autry's 'Blueberry Hill'. . Spike Jones' 'Cocktails for Two'. . The Ink Spots' 'If I Didn't Care'. . Frank Sinatra's 'Come Fly With Me' and 'Only the Lonely'. . Rosemary Clooney's ''Come On-a My House' and 'This Old House'. . Vaughn Monroe's 'In the Still of the Night'. Jazz followers, Blues, Bluegrass Festivals, Balladiers, Country and Western night, Folk singers and Chorale groups will probably have devotees in Pennsylvania, Paris and Pakistan forever. There will always be a place for the avant garde and innovation in music no matter how hard some try to discourage it. In Pennsylvania (PA) everybody listens to music. Some of the most popular are country, hip hop, rap, orchestra, and hard rock through death metal. Every kind of music is listened to in PA which is why PA is one of the most music diverse state in the USA. (MORE)
He probably didnt. There wasnt very much music back then. Then again, he may have listened to some folk music from Gailee, as that is where he is from. Even if this was true, I think he cared much more about humanity than he did music.. He probably didnt. There wasnt very much music back then. Then… again, he may have listened to some folk music from Gailee, as that is where he is from. Even if this was true, I think he cared much more about humanity than he did music. (MORE)
I listen to just about everything.. hip hop . R&B . Pop . Some Country . Some Rock . Christain Rap . Christain hip hop
I heard some Italian radio stations. And they play mostly pop and classic music. But I think that the Italians listen to every music genre. Your answer should be: What kind of music do Italians most listen to?
Australians listen to all kinds of music, including classical, country, popular, alternative, heavy metal and Christian contemporary.. Australians listen to a variety of music, just like the rest of the world. They enjoy popular, classical, contemporary, Christian, Eastern and country, among others…. They also like Australian country/folk songs which promote Australia's uniqueness. Try listening to some "John Williamson" songs sometime, as they are indicative of Australian taste. (MORE)
A slow guitar and they like the clarinet, but most of the time just a slow meditation sound !
western music if wrong look up on google they have other search pages to look at
Like any place, a lot of different music- but there are local artists that play a local Hawai'ian sound. Some of them play ukelele, some play "slack key" guitar. Local artists have included Kaolo and Kapono Beamer, The Kahala Boys, Brudder Iz, and my favorite, Amy Gilliom. Of course, anything with a… good hula is Island style! (Gabby Pahanui) Aloha! (MORE)
Australians listen to just about ALL music styles from Country to Extreme Metal and Punk
The people of Argentina listens to different genres of music. Theymay listen to Argentinian Rock, Classic Rock and Latin music.
Traditional music like drumming and singing mostly. Gourd and/or deer toe rattles were also utilized, as well as the flute. You can still find this alive and well on the powwow circuit or in traditional homes and tribes.
ohhh! i got it, its choro, sertanejo, brega, forro, frevo, samba, bossa nova, MPB, Brazilian rock, axe, and like many many others ^_^ i thank my teacher!!! whoo imma get a good grade in geography!!!
At the prophet time everyone sang a song for the prophet. So technically you are allowed to listen to music as long as it hasn't got a bad meaning which is against our religion. My uncle Is an imam in East London mosque and he has billions of CDs in his room with music and his favourite song is by t…he beetles. It doesn't really say in the Qur'an that you are not allowed but they have said the reasons you are allowed. I have looked in hadiths and in the Qur'an and the answer I have concluded to is.... Yes, it is not against Islam to listen to music... ____________________________________________________ Music is not prohibited unless it takes away from Allah (praise to him) -- Please see the Related Link. (MORE)
They listen to different kinds of music, and Russian pop its justlike the same as the United States. There is no single style of music that is popular. Instead, thereis the usual mix of pop, rock, and r&b that is fed to themasses through mainstream media, much like in the west.
if your talking about indians on an average ,they listen to all kinds but the urban ones love genres like rock , pop and rap. http://youtu.be/8OVGbdOG7dA here's an example of indian rock.
like listening to Michael Jackson and trey songz Chris brown and alot of Rap music Hip-hop, Rap, Pop, sometimes Alternative.
Algeria has a very divers and rich choices in music but the most popular would be RaÃ¯ (Ex. Cheb Khaled, Cheb Mami, Raina Rai) Chaabi (Dahmen El Harachi, El Guerouab, Reda Doumazi) Indalous (Tahar Fergani, Amine Mesli) Kabyle (Idir, Ait Menguelet) Gnawi (Gnawa Difusion) Well, let's say… that these are the main local styles and anyone from Algeria would appreciate and listen to all these different genre of music depending on the occasion or the venue, of course there are other varieties less popular but the mentioned above are the most likely to export. (MORE)
Depends: Folk (Muzica traditionala) for older generation and for those with roots in countryside. Modern music (Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop, etc.):For younger generations. Classic+"Romance Language" music: For "inCity" living older generation. Gypsy music+"hill-billy style"- All generation but is hated by …a lot of romanians. (The Gypsy music and "artists" have many haters in Romania for making us look less educated to foreign people.) If u have some romanian friends coming over don't put manele(gypsy music) unless u heard them listening to it (style=greec+turkish+arabin). Try : Soul, Jazz, Blues .... elevator/shopping mall music. :-). (MORE)
Variety is the spice of life, even in faraway Guatemala. I used to have a neighbor that was from Guatemala, and he LOVED to listen to the 1970s era Classic Rock and Roll music.
rap, pop, hip hop, lots of different kinds. America houses many styles and cultures. you can find of types of music there.
The Music of Luxembourg is an important component of the country's cultural life. The prestigious new Philharmonie concert hall provides an excellent venue for orchestral concerts while opera is frequently presented in the theatres. Rock, pop and jazz are also popular with a number of successful p…erformers. The wide general interest in music and musical activities in Luxembourg can be seen from the membership of the Union Grand-Duc Adolphe, the national music federation for choral societies, brass bands, music schools, theatrical societies, folklore associations and instrumental groups. Some 340 music groups and associations with over 17,000 individual members are currently represented by the organization. (MORE)
they like all flavors, but like most europeans either Trance/Techno/Electronica, or rap Hi people i love tacos
Of course, everyone listens to something different and it depends a lot on your age and who you hang out with. The younger teenagers before they go to high school often listen to a lot of American pop and (all kinds of) techno. When you go to high school you often find yourself more receptive to a…ll kinds of alternative music, and generally more people listen to alternative rock and pop and the less well-known bands that don't get played all the time on MTV. A good part of this music is also from Danish artists who are less mainstream pop and more alternative. (MORE)
Canada is a country, and as such, it is inanimate and incapable of listening to or enjoying music. The people who reside in Canada likely have their own individual tastes in music.
Iraqi music which is Arab music and somewhat influenced by Persian music. Until the fall of Saddam Hussein, the most popular radio station was the Voice of Youth, which used to play the popular music of Iraq to continue the culture of the country. The station also played a mix of rock, hip hop a…nd pop music from artists such as Eminem to R.E.M., and both disc jockeys and callers spoke exclusively in English , all of which had to be imported via Jordan due to international economic sanctions.. Since the 2003 invasion of Iraq and fall of Saddam Hussein, some militant extremists have been attacking musicians, especially those in the port city of Basra, where Shia extremists are believed to be responsible. Basra's sea shanties are well-known throughout Iraq. Music shops in the Summar district have been the target of grenade bombings. Religious leaders have closed some of the concert halls and clubs in the city. (MORE)
What the heck... why does it matter? Aren't we all people? everyone has different likes and dislikes in music regardless of race. Just because someone is Mexican doesn't mean they're going to like a different type of music then an American or that all Mexicans listen to the same type of music. Get y…our information straight. From Uptowndoug: I think this is a serious question and deserves a serious answer, which would be: it depends in part on where in Mexico they live. There are many diffrent regional styles of music in Mexico. In the far north, near the border, they tend to like two different styles: the accordeon based CONJUNTOS, known as Nortenyo (there's a tilde over the n) in Mexico, or Tex-Mex across the border. They play lots of waltzes, polcas and corridos (story songs). The other popular style up north is called BANDA, and is a strange mix of Souza and German marching band music, featuring a single snare drum and lots of horns, including mutliple clarinets, trumpets and the ever present tuba! Further down in Mexico, the famous MARIACHI bands of Jalisco state (centered in Guadalajara) feature the violins and trumpets, musicians always wear the CHARRO outfits (Mexican cowboy clothes) with the buckles and big sombreros. This style is known as RANCHERA music, which is like their version of COUNTRY--very popular throughout the nation. Of particular interest in Mariachi music: there are no drums! The small guitar known as a vihuela plays a rhythmic pattern that establishes the cadence very nicely. Mariachi bands will play folk tunes from anywhere in Mexico, turning them into Ranchera tunes. On the east coast, around Veracruz, there are small bands all dressed in white with small white hats that play music known as SON JAROCHO, featuring violin and another small guitar-like instrument called a jarana. The most famous song from the jarocho canon is LA BAMBA. North of Veracruz, along the coast towards Texas, is another style known as SON HUASTECA, named after the original native inhabitants of the region. Also small groups of 3-5 musicians, featuring violin and guitar, these are fast dance tunes with often improvised lyrics telling funny or sausy tales. A subset of son Huasteca is the most BEAUTIFUL of all Mexican songs, known as HUAPANGOS. These haunting tunes feature minor key melodies and often heart wrenching tales sang with great emotion and featuring powerful FALSETTO sections. Perhaps the most famous of them is the song about the passing of a great huapanguero (singer of huapangos) called Regociano el Huapanguero, done by many but most accessible to American audiences would be Linda Ronstadt's version on her Canciones de Mi Padre album. When you get to southern Mexico, around Oaxaca and into the gulf region towards Guatemala, they have bands built around one or more MARIMBAS, an intrument of African origin made of wood stips on a frame, played with mallets. Modern versions of the instrument, made of metal instead, are the xylophone and it's companion, the vibes. Some music from this region feature two guitars and voices, and have terrific and powerful guitar leads that would be the envy of any rock musician. Out in the Yucatan, they are famous for their SERENATAS, usually trios of guitar players who sing in close harmony and mostly do stately and romantic boleros. There are other regional styls in Mexico, but this is a quick overview of what Mexicans listen to! (MORE)
It depends on which Buddhists, and it depends on which country: not all Buddhists practice their religion the same way, and not all Buddhists like the same kind of music. For example, American Buddhists are accustomed to the popular music of the US and unless they are studying to be monks or nuns, t…hey are generally not forbidden from listening to the latest hits, or enjoying popular culture. But when it comes to religious services, many American Buddhists use sacred music, such as singing songs that praise the Buddha or chanting verses from their scriptures. To cite one example, Nichiren Shoshu Buddhists rhythmically chant verses from the Lotus Sutra, especially "Nam myoho renge kyo." Also, most Buddhists practice a form of silent meditation; others might have some soft religious music, such as a chant, in the background. But in other countries, Buddhists listen to the music that is common to that particular culture, as well as listening to the religious music of their country. For example, Tibetan Buddhists have musical chants that are used during their religious services; sometimes, the rhythm is kept on a drum or by using a bell; in India, you might also hear percussion played on finger-cymbals. There are many religious hymns and songs that praise the Buddha, and these are sung in a number of Buddhist countries (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Tibet, etc). But as I said, it varies from place to place; what Buddhists listen to when they are not at the temple depends on whether the Buddhist community in that place embraces or rejects popular culture. (MORE)
The Pop scene in Korea is really famous In fact, it is well known all over the world. They also have hiphop groups, rap groups and bands like FT ISLAND, and CN BLUE. But KPOP is most famous, or so it seems.
they listen many kind of music. no only listen Chinese music,but also Americans. also listen to other countrys music i am a Chinese from china. so i knows it.
They played there own music because they couldent just turn on an ipod so they played it here are some examples Some Roman Instruments.... Tuba (trumpet) Trigonum (small harp) Sambuca (big harp) Buccina (horn trumpet) Cymbalum (cymbals) They thought of it as a hobby
Japanese listen to a wide variety of music, just like people in the west. Currently, K-pop and western pop/rap music is very popular in the charts and this is listened to by many Japanese youth. Japan has a rich modern-music history, however, quite famously with JRock and Jpop, and the notorious Vis…ual Kei movement. There are also plenty of independent Japanese rock groups that are popular. Of course, Japanese also enjoy western music as well, with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers even headlining Summer Sonic festival last year (2012 as of this writing). (MORE)
it depends where they live. people are catholics everywhere so really the choices have a big amount i like to eatr cheese
a type of music called "mezwed" it's local music a little old too young people now listen to rap and a minority that likes rock
Music that she and her tribe made (mostly drums) while people would dance to it around the camp fire.
they like jazz and pop music. i talked to one of them on contact. its very sad
Israelis have incredibly diverse taste in music. American Music is generally popular, especially among younger Israelis. There is also a wide range of Israeli and Middle Eastern Music that is very popular, usually in Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, and Farsi (in that level of commonality). There is a stron…g rap and techno scene in Israel on the one hand, a strong Pop/Dance scene, and a relatively weak, but still present, folk music scene. (MORE)
He basically like to listen to classical music, from time to time. Since he was a busy man at the Globe Theatre he didnt have enough time.
We listen to a variety of music, because West Africa has many influences in their music so we listen to Soca, Sierra leon is next door, so we listen to Ivorian music and Liberia consist of many tribes so many tribes have music in their language, but it also depends on the preference of the person, …Nigerian music and American music, Music is an international Language so there's variety. (MORE)
The puritans listened to drumming, church music and hymns they sang around the house. Most likely all of these sorces of sound had religious fuel.
Taste in music among today's seniors varies as widely as it does with most segments of the population, though not too may seniors are into headbanger rock, understandably.
The national music of Singapore is a type of music called peranakan, though most Singaporeans listen to heavy metal or alternative music.
Iranians tend to listen to their own cultural music in general but some also listen to some of the music from other countries too (ex. country, pop, electro, rock), all depends on where they live and what kind of family dynammic they have.
Early (early-mid 50s): Beatles, Queen, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith Late (late 50s - 1960): AC|DC, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Guns n Roses etc It can vary
Whatever they desire to listen to. Im a surfer and I like modern garage rock and indie. But the stereotypical surfer listens to the California movement A.K.A skate punk and SoCal rock. Examples would be: the offspring, everclear, greenday and a bunch of others
Pakistan has a diverse Music industry of its own ranging from Pop, Rock, Gazal, Qawali, Rap e.t.c. Pakistani Music is listened throughout South Asian communities (e.g. India and Bangladesh). Similarly, Pakistani also enjoy Western (English) and Indian Bollywood music.
Maybe love song, the song that she is already sang with some of the boy from sm entertainment especially kyuhyun and her ex husband from the member of CNBLUE younghwa
Mathematicians don't all listen to the same genre of music. Some listen to country or dubstep or nerdcore or whatever their person preferences may lay, But i think that they should listen to dubstep, Ex : "40+50=, wait, WUBWUBWUB" Nvm then.
Not sure who you mean by "they",but the 80's where when synthesizers got really prominent, so lots of electric keyboards. Around 1981 the YAMAHA DX-7 synth became THE instrument to use, and it was monster! It was everywhere.
young kids listen to mostly pop, rock, hip hop, rap and even classical music! but u never know what grownups listen to, i found out my music teacher who is so kind,pretty and gentle listens to heavy metal music!! lol