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Individual nations or regions
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* Classical music
This article is about Western art music to the present. For Western art music from 1750 to 1820, see Classical period (music). For other "classical" and art music traditions, see List of classical and art music traditions. For the magazine, see Classical Music (magazine).
Classical music is art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Western culture, including both liturgical (religious) and secular music. While a more precise term is also used to refer to the period from 1750 to 1820 (the Classical period), this article is about the broad span of time from before the 6th century AD to the present day, which includes the Classical period and various other periods. The central norms of this tradition became codified between 1550 and 1900, which is known as the common-practice period. The major time divisions of Western art music are as follows:
the ancient music period, before 500 AD
the early music period, which includes
the Medieval (500-1400) including
the ars antiqua (1170-1310)
the ars nova (1310-1377)
the ars subtilior (1360-1420)
the Renaissance (1400-1600) eras.
the galant music period (1720s-1770s)
the common-practice period, which includes
the galant music period (1720s-1770s)
Romantic eras (c.1780-1910)
the 20th and 21st centuries (1901-present) which includes:
the modern (1890-1930) that overlaps from the late-19th century,
impressionism (1875 or 1890-1925) that also overlaps from the late-19th century
neoclassicism (1920-1950), predominantly in the inter-war period
the high modern (1930-present)
the postmodern (1930-present) eras
the experimental (1950-present)
contemporary (1945 or 1975-present)
Work songs, spirituals, folk music
Late 19th century, Deep South, United States
* Folk music
This article is about traditional, non-commercial folk music. For the 20th-century style associated with a wide variety of subgenres, see Contemporary folk music.
"Folk Songs" and "Folksinger" redirect here. For other uses, see Folk Songs (disambiguation) and Folksinger (disambiguation).
Béla Bartók recording Slovak peasant singers in 1908
* Talking Blues
Talking blues is a form of folk music and country music. It is characterized by rhythmic speech or near-speech where the melody is free, but the rhythm is strict.
Christopher Allen Bouchillon, billed as "The Talking Comedian of the South," is credited with creating the "talking blues" form with the song "Talking Blues," recorded for Columbia Records in Atlanta in 1926, from which the style gets its name. The song was released in 1927, followed by a sequel, "New Talking Blues," in 1928. His song "Born in Hard Luck" is similar in style.
* Rock music
Rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, electric blues, folk, country, rhythm and blues, soul, jazz
1950s and 1960s, United States and United Kingdom
Mento, R&B, jazz, ska, rocksteady, soul
Late 1960s Jamaica, particularly Kingston
* Dub music
Reggae, electronic, ska, rocksteady, ambient, rock (progressive rock, psychedelic rock)
Late 1960s, Jamaica
* Ambient music
Electronic, beautiful music, background music, light music, easy listening, furniture, lounge, minimal, experimental, drone, krautrock, dub
1960s and 1970s, United Kingdom, Jamaica, Japan
* Trailer music
The music used in the trailer may be (or may have suggestive derivatives from):
Music from the score of other movies. Many films have tracked their trailers with music from other campaigns, such as Dragonheart, Gladiator, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Edward Scissorhands, Come See the Paradise (27 times), Aliens (24 times), Bram Stoker's Dracula (18 times).
Popular or well-known music, often chosen for its tone, appropriateness of a lyric, or familiarity.
Classical music, such as Mozart's Requiem (Cliffhanger), Beethoven's 9th symphony (Die Hard), or Carmina Burana.
Specially composed music. One of the most famous Hollywood trailer music composers, credited with creating the musical voice of contemporary trailers, is John Beal, who began scoring trailers in the 1970s and, in the course of a thirty-year career, created original music for over 2,000 movie trailer projects, including 40 of the top-grossing films of all time, such as Star Wars, Forrest Gump, Titanic, Aladdin, The Last Samurai and The Matrix.
Songs, which may imitate recognizable (but often expensive to license) songs.
"Library" music, which is previously composed production music. Trailer music library companies typically didn't offer their music to the public and developed and licensed music exclusively to the motion picture studios.
* Industrial music
Experimental, electronic, avant-garde, punk rock, noise, musique concréte, psychedelic rock, art pop, free improvisation, performance art, rock, Heavy metal, dance, EDM
Early-mid-1970s United Kingdom, United States, and Germany
* New Wave Of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM)
Heavy metal, hard rock, punk rock, pub rock, progressive rock
Mid- to late 1970s, United Kingdom
* Hip hop
Hip hop or hip-hop, is a culture and art movement that began in the Bronx in New York City during the late 1970s.
* House music
Disco, electronic music, synth-pop, post-disco, Hi-NRG, boogie, funk, soul, jazz-funk,
Early 1980s, Chicago, United States
* Electro music
Electronic, synth-pop, funk, boogie, hip hop, chiptune
Early 1980s, U.S. (New York City and Detroit), Japan
House, electro, synth-pop, Italo disco, hi-NRG, Chicago house, EBM, New Beat, Detroit techno
Mid-1980s, Detroit, United States
* Industrial metal
Heavy metal, industrial, industrial rock
Mid-1980s; United States
* Drum and bass
Jungle, breakbeat, hardcore, darkcore, techno, dub, reggae fusion, industrial, electronica, breakbeat, avant-funk
Early 1990s, London and Bristol, United Kingdom
* Trance music
House, techno, acid house, chill-out, pop, classical music, film score, hardcore techno, new-age music, acid house, Detroit techno, tech house, ambient music, psychedelia
Late 1980s - early 1990s; Germany;
Goa, India; United Kingdom; Belgium; and Netherlands
(Acid) Electro & Techno
Techno & Ambient (Trance)
Minimal (Dub) Techno
Minimal (Acid) Techno
Breakbeat Hardcore (Oldskool Rave Hardcore)
Breakbeat Hardcore & Jungle
/Talking Blues/ Hip Hop
Deep House / Techno (Downtempo)
Downtempo (Trip Hop)
Breakbeat & Big Beat (Breaks)
Breakbeat & Jungle
(Oldskool) Jungle & Drum And Bass
(Oldskool Jungle) Drum And Bass
Intelligent Dance Music (IDM)
Progressive (Goa) Trance (Breaks)
Progressive (Acid) Trance
Dub Trance (Psydub or Ambient Dub)
Hard Trance & Ambient (Psychedelic Trance or Psytrance)
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