Evolution of Music

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    Classic Music

    Classical music is the musical current that is mainly based on music produced or based on the traditions of liturgical and secular music of the West,mainly Western Europe. It covers a period of time that goes approximately from the eleventh century to the present, although this definition is not applicable to music made in the twentieth century despite having the same characteristics
  • Jazz

    a type of music of black American origin characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually a regular or forceful rhythm, emerging at the beginning of the 20th century. Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz, although guitar and occasionally violin are also used; styles include Dixieland, swing, bebop, and free jazz.
  • Rock and Roll

    Rock and Roll
    is a musical genre that achieved enormous popularity. A combination of blues, country and rhythm and blues resulted in a rhythm that put the whole world to dance and that to date is a reference and influence of great artists. Examples of rock and roll bands or artists are Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Quincy Jones..
  • Pop

    Pop is another rhythm derived from blues and rock and roll. With great influences from British folk and rhythm and blues, pop emerged as a light and more commercial alternative. It is currently one of the best-selling genres in the world, and it is not clear the border that separates the denomination "pop" to refer simply to commercial and popular music, whatever its genre, or if we are dealing with a type of music with its own identity.
  • Rock

    Rock is a musical genre that was born in 1954, hundreds of authors have wanted to classify it as a popular phenomenon, transient and without cultural significance. The term Rock&Roll of the English language is translated as stone and roll, thanks to the inverted Anglo-Saxon society, which is transformed into two world wars and influenced by the folklore of the rest of the world.
  • Metal

    Metal emerges as a subgenre of heavy rock. Rock was a great influence that generated many other genres, this is the case of metal, which was characterized by giving a lot of weight to the drums and the electric guitar, creating a raucous musical genre full of energy. Bands like Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC or Judas Priest are good representatives of this genre.
  • Electronic music

    Electronic music
    Electronic music is a type of music that uses electronic musical instruments and electronic music technology for its production and performance. In general, a distinction can be made between sound produced by the use of electromechanical means, from that produced by electronic technology, which can also be mixed. Some examples of devices that produce sound electro-mechanically are the loom,the Hammond organ and the electric guitar.
  • Hip-hop

    Hip hop is a cultural movement that was born in the South of the United States in the last years of the fifties. Especially, the history of hip hop sees its beginnings in Brooklyn and the Bronx neighborhood of New York.
    The so-called block partiesbegan to become common, street parties that gave the initial form of hip hop culture. The African-American and Latin American influences are very noticeable in the development of this musical genre, since the vast majority could not afford to attend oth
  • Reggaeton

    Reggaeton can be said to have been born in a cultural and musical exchange between Puerto Rico and Panama in the 80's. Singing in Panama the raggae in Spanish during 1985, the Chicho Man. In that same year rap was sung in Spanish in Puerto Rico by Vico C. DJ Negro was the main contributor to the birth of this musical genre
  • Rap

    Rap is a style of music that is characterized by a rhythmic recitation of lyrics, which are not sung. Emerging in the United States in the mid-twentieth century,it is a style that is often associated with the black American population although, today, it transcends borders and cultures.
  • modern music

    modern music
    Modern music is sometimes difficult to define thanks to its wide range of possibilities. The period is characterized by total freedom and the use of both classical and structural elements and forms of experimentation in terms of the rupture of tonality, shapes, techniques and colors. One of the most important concepts of this era is dodecaphonism, which is music that uses the 12 notes of the chromatic scale with total freedom, that is to say in an atonal way (there is no established tonality).