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Call and response (music)
Call and response (music) In music, a call and response is a succession of ...
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Talk:Call and response (music)
Talk:Call and response (music) Can anyone write something about Afro tradition, including Latin American of call/response in music (called coro/pregon (chorus/ ...
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Call and response
Call and response This article is about call and response in communication. For other meanings see: Call and response (disambiguation). Call and response ...
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Call and Response   (translated from German)
Call and Response Call and Response one calls the interrelation of two instruments ... moment the guidance of the piece of music transferred and a kind conversation with ...
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Talk:Call and response
Talk:Call and response I'm not sure I understand the difference between this and call and response. Tuf-Kat 18:05, Sep 24, 2004 ... seen evangelists lately? "Pray lord!"--"Haleluia!". No music. The notion is wider than music. ...
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Synagogal Music
Synagogal Music Synagogal Music This article incorporates text from the public ... services are now presented. The earliest synagogal music was founded upon the same system and ... only with the Piyyuṭim that music found scope for development within the walls ... introducing fixed melodies (see below) into synagogal music. The prayers he continued to recite ...
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Folk music
Folk music Folk music, in the original sense of the term, is music by and of the common people. Overview Folk music arose, and best survives, in societies not ... 20th and 21st century, the term folk music took on a second meaning: it ...
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Ewe music
Ewe music Ewe music is the music of the Ewe people. Its highest form is in dance music including a drum orchestra, but there are ... in A. M. Jones' Studies in African Music. He describes two "rules" (p.24 ...
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Salsa music
Salsa music Salsa Stylistic origins: Primarily Cuban son, mambo, rumba and Puerto Rican music Cultural origins: 1960s and 70s New York ... Venezuela Other topics Salsa dancing - Musicians Salsa music is a diverse and predominantly Caribbean and ... musical heritage (but) the hybridizing experience the music went through in New York from the ... s analysis.. Salsa is the primary music played at Latin dance clubs and ...
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Bounce music
Bounce music Bounce music is an energetic style of New Orleans rap music, taking off in the early 1990s, but ... back to 1980s. It is characterized by call and response party chants and dance call-outs ...
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