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Folk Music

Folk music is considered as the heart-beat music of the lower classes popularly loved by one and all though most of its composers are unknown. Over ages, folklore has been the music transmitted by mouth. It represents the core culture and roots of a people of a particular region in contrast with commercial and classical styles.

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What are examples of plain folks?

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Examples of plain folks propaganda can be seen in political campaigns where politicians present themselves as everyday people who understand the struggles of the common person. This technique is used to establish a connection with the audience and gain their trust by appearing relatable and down-to-earth. Additionally, celebrities endorsing products in commercials by pretending to use them in their daily lives also employ the plain folks approach to make the product seem more accessible and appealing to the average person.

What are examples of Filipino binary songs?

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Who is the composer of paru-parong bukid?

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Who is the composer of paru parong bukid

How are folk preserved?

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*By passing it to the next generation to the another....

*By sharing it to the other people..

*By performing it to stage or just let the people see that you are proudly to do that.....

What is the the significance of the song la cucaracha?

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The song actually is saying that all that Mexico has to offer to tourists are 'cucarachas' or roaches in English. A not so appealing scenario for any tourist!

History of idudu?

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It is a tribal dance from Abra, Cordillera from the Philippines. this dance shows the value of camaraderie towards a successful task. it portrays men doing their works in the ricefields and women their works at home. it also depicts men carrying a baby as a transformation of their socio-economic responsibilities. idudu naturally means a lullaby.

What is the dynamics of paruparong bukid?

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What country does a Clementine come from?

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Spain, Morocco and several South American countries.

What musical instruments would you be least likely to find in someone's home if you were traveling through the backwoods of North Carolina with folk-song revivalist Cecil Sharp in 1916?

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The first truly electronic synthesizer which could play conventional music was probably the RCA Mark II which was completed in 1958. It was still not truly playable, though, as it had to be programmed with the selected piece of music ahead of time via a laborious process of patching and preparation.

Another 20th century innovation is the Chapman Stick, a stringed instrument designed to be played percussively with both hands. The instrument resembles a very wide guitar neck with no body. It was invented by Emmett Chapman in 1972.

The electric piano appeared in the late sixties, and the electric guitar was invented in the mid-1930s, arguably by Les Paul himself although others have also taken credit.

What are the Theories of folk song?

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India is a land of cultural diversities. Every region in India has its own form of folk music. This rich tradition of folk music is very much alive in not just rural India, but also in some metros. Though one may say that music has acquired a totally different definition with the arrival of pop culture and new age cinema, there are many who would beg to differ. The realm of traditional folk music in India is very large and it is basically a countryside representation of the urban Indian society. Many people tend to mix up Indian folk music with tribal music. There is a huge difference between thee two genres of music. Read on to know about folk music of India.

Folk music is very different from classical music as well. To begin with, it is not taught in the same way as classical music is taught. Classical music usually requires a student devoting their entire life perfecting the forms of this music. Folk music is more like a daily ritual without affecting the daily lives of people. People learn it since their childhood and grow up on these songs. One can always carry on with their daily life routine while listening to or singing folk music. Most of the songs are sung in small village functions like weddings, births, etc.

Folk music also uses a number of instruments. The refined versions of these instruments are used for classical music. For instance the "Tabla", which is a very important instrument of classical music, is used in a crude form like daf, dholak or nal. The cruder versions of Sitar or Sarod are used in folk music, which are known as ektara, dotar, saringda, rabab and santur. Not all regions use the same instrument. In fact, the same instrument may not even be called by the same name every where. Most of these instruments are made of easily available material like bamboo, clay pots, empty coconut shells, etc. Most of the folk music in India is dance oriented and many popular forms of dance like Dandiya, Lavani, Garba, etc. are danced along the tunes of popular folk music. They are very enjoyable, as most of them very catchy tunes.


What are different types of folk music?

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Folk music comes from all types of cultures and may sound different in each area of the world. Folk music is referred to as roots music because it goes back to the roots of a culture. Folk songs are called ballads. Different types of ballads include folk songs about work, prison, or war and includes songs for children and celebration.

What is the relation between rahat fateh ali Khan and nusrat fateh ali Khan?

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Rahat is Nusrat's brother's son or Nusrat's Nephew

Rahat Fatheh Ali Khan is Nusrats Nephew. This is because Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is the son of Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan and Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan is Nusrats younger brother. There is some possiblities that Nusrat may have two other nephews Rizwan & Mauzzam. I do not know how they are connected because these two may come from one of Nusrats four older sisters. I do not know about this but he is a uncle to may, who aren't well known to the world.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan does have a daughter called Nida.

One or more instruments that accompanied a main melodic line in the Baroque era?

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The most typical Baroque accompaniment for a solo melodic instrument or voice is called 'basso continuo'. The chords would be played on a harpsichord or organ, and the bass line would be reinforced by a cello or a similar instrument of the period.

What are the violin violin notes for french folk song?

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The way I learned "French Folk Song" was playing these:

(E String) A A A, G# G# G#, F# G# A E (E is held out for 2 beats)

(A String) D D D, C# C# C#, B B B A (A is held out for 2 beats)

(A String) A B C#, A B C#, A B C# D (D is held out for 2 beats)

(E String Down the Scale) A G# F# E D C# B A B A (A is held out for 2 beats)

Pinagmulan ng paru parong bukid?

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Nagmula ito sa Mindoro ngunit isa siyang 'Tagalog folksong'

Can you give examples of folk songs from different regions in Luzon?

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philippines truplent

philippines the beautiful

What are examples of folk songs in Mindoro Philippines?

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SOME VISAYAN FOLK SONGS

  • "Matud Nila" popularized by Pilita Corrales
  • "Lubi-lubi"
  • "Dandansoy"
  • "Ay ay Kalisod"
  • "Pobreng Alindahaw"
  • "Rosas Pandan"
  • "Luha Sa Kalipay"
  • Sa Kabukiran (Manuel Velez) (Popularised by Sylvia La Torre in Tagalog)
  • Ako'y Kampopot (Manuel Velez) (Also popularized by Sylvia La Torre in Tagalog)

The last two songs were popularised in Tagalog but were originally Visayan. Manuel Velez (from Cebu) composed the songs and wrote the original CEBUANO lyrics. Please research it yourself. Also, "Ang Pasko Ay Sumapit" is another one of those Visayan songs that is never properly attributed to the Visayans, even though it is a Visayan carol. It was written by two Cebuanos Vicente Rubi and Mariano Vestil. Levi Celerio later penned a Tagalog version and it was popularised by Ruben Tagalog (who is actually an Ilonggo Visayan, despite his name) in Tagalog in the early 50s.

Manuel Velez' biography is on the Philippine music registry's website. It's not clear why these two songs are always acredited to the Tagalogs. The Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company sang "Sa Kabukiran" in Cebuano on their album "Bayanihan Sings!":

What is the famous folk song in Thailand?

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ritual songs of thailand comes in two variations, suod and thes.

suod-chanting of religious verses used to worship supernatural beings(spiritual).

thes- performed with improvisations and is not held to be as sacred as the suod.

What are the notes for puff the magic dragon on the flute?

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Assuming I understand the question: Yes Using the search phrase "puff the magic dragon chords" with Google netted me more results than I cared to follow. http://members.cox.net/billandleann/puff.htm and http://www.heartwoodguitar.com/Guitar%20Music%20for%20Web/Peter%20Paul%20and%20Mary%20-%20Puff%20the%20Magic%20Dragon.htm are two that I followed.

History of idudu dance?

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This is a filipino ethnic tribal dance of the Itneg or Tinguian Society (tribe), so they would be who 'danced it first'. It depicts the family life of the people, showing the father going out and plowing the fields while the mother cares for the children, and then, when father is finished with the plowing, mother goes out and plants, etc. while father cares for the children. Like other tribal dances, it tells a story.