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Evolution of Music

  • Jazz 1920

    Jazz 1920
    Jazz is a musical genre that originated in the African American communities of New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with roots in blues and ragtime. Since the jazz era of 1920, it has been recognized as an important form of musical expression in traditional and popular music, united by the common ties of African-American and European-American musical ancestry.
  • Jump Blues 1940

    Jump Blues 1940
    The jump blues was a musical subgenre that emerged from the blues in the late 1930s in the United States. In those years the sound of blues was urbanized in a mixture of classic blues with humorous lyrics and rhythms inherited from the boogie-woogie. Louis Jordan and his band are considered the pioneers of this style, which was widely accepted and called jump blues.
  • Pop 1950

    Pop 1950
    The origins of pop music can be found in a variety of different musical styles, including the jazz piano tunes of ragtime, a musical trend associated with the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Its roots can also be found in improvised rhythms of the jazz era of the 1920s and 30s and the orchestras of the big band era, which reigned in the 1940s.
  • Rock and roll 1950

    Rock and roll 1950
    It is a musical genre of marked rhythm, derived from a mixture of various genres of American folk music (doo wop, rhythm and blues, hillbilly, blues, country and western are the most prominent) and popularized since the 1950s.2 The most popular singer it was Elvis Presley; its most influential guitarist, Chuck Berry; its most important pianist, Jerry Lee Lewis and its most prominent predecessors, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly and Bill Haley, among others.
  • Heavy Metal 1960

    Heavy Metal 1960
    Metal music began in the late 1960s and rose to prominence in the early 1970s in Great Britain. The term "metal" is believed to come from the hippie movement, when "heavy" meant deep or serious.
    Metal music revolves around a few key components: heavily distorted guitar riffs and chords, powerful drums, extra low-range bass notes, and aggressive or throaty vocals. Occasionally there is an element of speed at play as well be it the tempo of the song or a fast guitar solo showing technical prowess
  • Rock Alternative 1960

    Rock Alternative 1960
    is an offshoot of the rock music genre that became very popular in the 1990s. It was a term that was used generously to describe the bands involved in the phenomenon of the early 1990s.These genres are unified by their collective debt to punk;In the1970s
  • Hip Hop 1970

    Hip Hop 1970
    Born and raised to age 10 in Kingston, Jamaica, DJ Kool Herc began playing records at parties and between sets that his father's band played while he was a teenager in the Bronx in the early 1970s.
  • punk rock 1974

    punk rock 1974
    The punk counterculture includes a diverse and widely known variety of ideologies, fashion and other forms of expression, visual arts, dance, literature, and film. It is largely characterized by anti-system views, the promotion of individual freedom, the DIY ethic, and focuses on a loud and aggressive rock music genre called punk rock.
  • Rap metal 1980

    Rap metal 1980
    Rap metal is a musical genre born in the mid-1980s, based on rap rock artists (a fusion between rap and rock) and consolidated in the early 1990s in the United States. It mainly fuses elements of hip hop with heavy metal, although, generally, it is influenced by other styles, such as hard rock, various subgenres of rap or alternative metal, among several others.
  • Grunge 1980

    Grunge 1980
    It emerged at the end of the eighties, with groups coming mainly from the North American state of Washington, in particular, from the Seattle area. The first company that promoted and made the genre known was the Sub Pop record company, supporting bands that would be fundamental in the development of the nascent genre, such as Nirvana, Green River, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains.