Electronic rhythm and traditional blues music?
Blues is a combination of syncopated rhythm and blues scale. Traditional music uses western scale where as blues can commonly found with blues scales. It comes with flat 3rd, flat 5th, and flat 7th.
While beats expressed themselves in unstructured literature, musicians in the 1950s added electronic instruments to traditional blues music, creating rhythm and blues.
Traditional African Caribbean music and U.S. rhythm and blues. (APEX)
The music of the slaves is called blues. The rhythm patterns of jazz is similar to the rhythm patterns of the blues.
Rhythm and blues music derives it's beats from swing jazz.
Rhythm and Blues
Blues is unique people were slaves when they did it. their music gotn all around the world and the music is known as blues and rhythm. yo i dont know if its true.
Rhythm and blues is a genre of music that was developed from black people combining jazz and blues.. � any more questions hit me up
mostly a shuffle.
R and B music is Rhythm and Blues music.
It stands for rhythm and blues. It is a style of music.
1)Blues music has always got a sad rhythm to it and sad words. 2) Blues is very similar to Jazz but with a sad rhythm to it as the comment says above me. Without the 'sad' flow of it, it won't be Blues... :) By ~Farida'x~
The blues was inspired by traditional European folk music, religious music and work songs.
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Rhythm and Blues, Soul.
You are probably referring to "blues" music, or rhythm and blues. The song "Summertime" is very "bluesy" sounding.
Rhythm and Blues. R&B.
Among the categories of music are rock and rap. The other three categories are blues, rhythm and blues, and hip hop.
James Brown was considered the "Godfather of Soul" He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Game. Some called his music "funk" and others called it R&B. (Rhythm and Blues.)
It means rhythm and blues.
rhythm and blues :3
gospel and rhythm & blues
R&B (rhythm and blues).
"Race music" (race records) is a term applied to gramophone records from the 1920's and 1930's that featured music in a variety of African-American genres such as jazz, boogie-woogie, blues, jump blues, and rhythm and blues. From 1949 to 1958, the term "race records" denoted the category of music now termed "rhythm and blues".
because the rhythm and the beat was able to turn into rock music
Pop music and Rhythm+ Blues ( R+B)
Rock, Country, Rhythm & Blues, & Gospel Music.
RnB stands for "Rhythm and Blues". Urban is contemporary radio format music.
R&B is Rhythm and Blues if that's what you mean.
RACE MUSIC which was found offensive
Rhythm and Blues
Rhythm & blues has its roots in the U.S. in the 1940's. It didn't begin as a specific type of music, but rather a catchall or umbrella term. (This according to authors who traced the history of R & B.) The blues music was usually about love, relationships and life's troubles.
R & B (Rhythm and Blues) and (black) Gospel music
This may be more opinion than fact. I believe that Blues music consists of a singer, guitar, bass and drums. Maybe a piano but no brass or horns, these belong in soul music.
Rhythm and Blues ( R&B )
rhythm, improvisation and sometimes melody Helpful?? x
saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, drums.
rock rhythm and blues reggae gospel
It didn't. Rock came out of rhythm & blues music.
Blues music is a combination of African and western cultures in the southern part of the United States. The elements of blues music are:?æmelody, harmony, rhythm, lyrics, and the sounds of different musical instruments.
Stevie Wonder's music is classified as R&B (which means Rhythm and Blues) and Pop.
Hip hop music, hip hop, Rhythm and blues, Contemporary R&B
It follows a beat or rhythm.
Rhythm is the pulse of music. Just like human's heart beat, music has its pulse, it is called music rhythm The "beat" of music; the regular pattern of long and short notes. Certain kinds of music, such as blues or marches, have a very characteristic rhythm. Rhythm, harmony, and melody are elements of music. The scapula-humeral rhythm is the combined rotations of the scapula relative to the thorax and humerus-relative to the scapula. This movement… Read More
he plays R&B which stands for rhythm and blues
Otis Redding, love his music.
Why type of popular music that began in the 1950s has its roots in the rhythm and blues in the 1940s?
Rock and roll
Zydeco is a musical genre which evolved in southwest Louisiana by the French Creole. Zydeco blends Cajun music, blues and rhythm and blues together.
Bobby Martin is The Granddaddy of Rhythm and Blues! He was one of the first African American executives to produce, arrange, compose and publish songs in the music industry! Martin took over the music scene in Philadelphia in the late 1950's with a new urban sounding music which was different from Soul and Rock and Roll. Robert L. Martin (Bobby Martin) was born on May 4, 1930 in Ohio. He was mentored and taught by… Read More
Tina sings pop rock n 'rolll and blues rhythm.