the music through time

Timeline created by Julner13
  • 2,016 BCE

    Rap

    Rap
    Rap is a musical form that incorporates "rhyme, rhythmic speech and jargon", which is interpreted or sung in a variety of ways, usually on a backbeat or musical accompaniment. The components of rap include "content" (what is said), "flow" (rhythm, rhyme) and "delivery" (cadence, tone). Rap differs from poetry in that rap is usually interpreted on an instrumental track
  • 2,013 BCE

    Champeta

    Champeta
    Champeta is a musical and cultural phenomenon, in fact social and musical genre of local origin from the Afro-descendant areas of the neighborhoods of the Colombian streets of Cartagena de Indias, linked to the culture of the Palenque de San Basilio region and influenced by genres of African colonies as well as the African continent
  • 2,008 BCE

    Salsa Choke

    Salsa Choke
    The genre was born in 2008 in Tumaco, Colombia. In principle there was a confusion because they called urban sauce, but it is not so because this genre has more anger, more flavor. The name was born because people began to dance it by colliding the body, but it was evolving and came to the dance that is performed today.
  • 2,005 BCE

    electronics

    electronics
    Electronic music is that type of music that uses electronic musical instruments and electronic musical technology for its production and interpretation. In general, one can distinguish between the sound produced by using electromechanical means from that produced by electronic technology, which can also be mixed.
  • 2,000 BCE

    Bachata

    Bachata
    Bachata is a musical rhythm of percussion and strings originally from the Dominican Republic, which has its roots in Cuban son and African rhythms. Among the primary instruments are guitars, marimbas, maracas, güira, at first, bachata was considered by many in the Dominican Republic as a rhythm of the lower class or the poor, because it was originally heard and danced in The slums.
  • 1,990 BCE

    Salsa

    Salsa
    Salsa is a genre that developed in Latin American neighborhoods in New York, powered by musical influences of various native Antillean styles, such as the guaracha, the bomb, the guaguancó, the mambo, chachachá, and the son montuno or music Jibara, indistinguishable to most people. Salsa mainly incorporates in its base, harmonic features of Caribbean aboriginal music and rhythmic.
  • 1,987 BCE

    Country

    Country
    Country music was one of the first genres of modern American popular music. It developed in the southeastern states of the United States as a mixture of folk music from the British Isles, church music and African American blues. Its characteristic instrumentation includes acoustic guitar, mandolin, violin or bass.
  • 1,980 BCE

    Hip Hop

    Hip Hop
    Hip hop is the culture that encompasses it along with other elements in the form of an artistic trend. This cultural movement was born in the 80s in the streets of the Bronx district, in New York, in response to the oppression in which citizens of African descent lived mostly.
  • 1,975 BCE

    Reggae

    Reggae
    Reggae music originated in Jamaica, influenced mainly by ska and rocksteady, but also by other styles such as blues or jazz. In general, reggae song lyrics are linked to social criticism, although some songs address different themes. Jamaican artist Bob Marley is his greatest exponent
  • 1,970 BCE

    Disco

    Disco
    Disco music descends from the rhythms of rhythm & blues, in addition to receiving influence from soul and funk. It had its mayor boom during the 70s and frequent, was played in discos and parties where people enjoy performing extravagant dance steps
  • 1,960 BCE

    Gospel

    Gospel
    Gospel music is a musical genre that was born in African-American churches in the mid-twentieth century, thanks to the fusion of the spiritual songs of black slaves who embraced the Christian faith, and traditional hymns of white music. Gospel music is a type of congregational music, with simple music but with marked rhythms.
  • 1,950 BCE

    Rock'n Roll

    Rock'n Roll
    Rock and Roll. Género musical de ritmo marcado, derivado de una mezcla de diversos géneros de música folclórica estadounidense, (Doo Wop, rhythm and blues, hillbilly, blues, country y western son los más destacados) y popularizado desde la década de 1950, siendo su cantante más influyente Elvis Presley, su guitarrista más influyente Chuck Berry y sus bandas más influyentes, Eddie Cochran, y Bill Haley and The Comets entre otros.
  • 1,940 BCE

    Merengue

    Merengue
    The merengue is a dance musical genre originated in the Dominican Republic at the beginning of the XlX century.It is very popular in Hispanoamericana, where it is considered, along with salsa, as one of the great dance genres that distinguishes the Latin American gentilicio.
  • 1,930 BCE

    Swing

    Swing
    Swing is called the dance style with which it accompanies music of the same type. Swing dances originate in the southern United States during the first two decades of the twentieth century, when dancers improvised steps on piano chords of musical styles
  • 1,920 BCE

    Romantic balads

    Romantic balads
    It is a genre of music that originates in the United States, after the commercialization of the records in the 1920s when they decide to call ballad the slow themes of romantic themes, its appearance is due to a flourishing culture caused by the migrations from Europe to America because of the first world war.