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Where did french music originate from?
The country techno music originated from is the United States. Techno music was founded in Detroit, Michigan in the Mid- 1980's and became extremely popular in Europe in the 1…990's.
Punk music came from England
techno music was originate in Montgomery Alabama and introduced to Detroit in the 1980's The origin of techno music is not quite known. House music is thought to have started …in New York City while techno has been very popular in European dance clubs for years.
The island of Java, Indonesia
Assuming you mean music from the Romantic Era, it seems to have originated in Europe around the late 18th or early 19th century. It dominated the Romantic movement in Germany.…
Sitar (stringed instrument)
Actually country music did originate from Ireland, but it's birth was in the deep south of the united states in about the 1920's right before the beginning of the great …depression
Rap Music originated in the United States.
Kwaito music is an African music genre with elements of slowed down Euro-house. Kwaito artists either sing, rap or chant over the beat. Kwaito originated in Soweto, South Afri…ca in the late 80's but became popular in the 90's when SA got its freedom. Mdu Masilela is the pioneer of this music genre.
Bill Monroe is generally credited with creating Bluegrass music in the 1940's mixing back country and "hillbilly" music to create the style familiar as Bluegrass Music. … Bill Monroe is generally credited with creating Bluegrass music in the 1940's mixing back country and "hillbilly" music to create the style familiar as Bluegrass Music.
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There are several variants as to where the phrase "Face the Music" comes from .. 1. From the Military tradition of Drumming out of disgraced soldiers, where they were banish…ed from the regiment to the sound of drums and probably a fair amount of jeering from other soldiers. 2. An English folk custom called "rough music" or "Ran-tanning " where noisy, angry villagers would amass outside of the house of someone who had violated the local standards, normally for domestic abuse, cruelty to animals etc..... the crowd would normally bang pots, pans ...normally took place in the evening over three successive nights..obviously the wrongdoer could either flee the village or open his door and "face the Music "( the villagers)
Jazz music originated in the southern US and ragtime and blues are generally considered to be the two musical styles from which jazz arose. Both blues and ragtime became popul…ar in the 1890s. When the public began to become tired of ragtime in the 1920s, ragtime was combined with blues to form a new style called "Dixieland jazz." Ragtime music was played on piano with two hands, with the left hand playing a marching bass line, and with the right hand playing the melody. Ragtime songs introduced the syncopation ("ragged" melody) that characterized jazz, but usually did not have a section for improvisation, which is one of the main characteristics of a jazz composition. However, blues typically included improvisation. When band instruments (especially horns) began to play those ragtime songs and began to include sections reserved for improvisation, the result was Dixieland jazz, which had some of the most important characteristics of modern jazz: syncopated rhythm, improvisation, and horns. Dixieland jazz split off into a subgenre called "swing" in the 1930s, which further split into a subgenre called "bebop" in the 1940s, which is when complicated chords began to be used, which gave jazz a unique sound not found in classical, pop, rock, or any other type of music. It is the characteristics of syncopated rhythm, improvisation, horns, and complicated chords that are some the main characteristics of modern jazz. Bebop is the standard jazz sound heard today, although jazz has continued to branch into subgenres that incorporate genres such as classical, rock, pop, electronica, and hip-hop. New Orleans
It is native to one region of Spain: Andalucia.