(HD 720p) "Big Band Medley", Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. Big band. In contrast to smaller jazz combos, in which most of the music is improvised, or created spontaneously, music played by big bands is highly "arranged", or prepared in advance and notated on sheet music.
The music is traditionally called 'charts'. Improvised solos may be played only when called for by the arranger. History and style There are two distinct periods in the history of popular bands. Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon Live 1964. Frank Sinatra "Come Dance With Me!" (Swing) 1959 [Remastered Stereo] Swing. Classic Jazz. Jazzy Instrumental Music - Upbeat Pulse. Jazzinamerica. Untitled. Louisiana Cajun Music. Cajun Music: The Savoy Family Band.
Cajun Music: Alive and Well in Louisiana. By Ann Savoy One of French Louisiana's most vital attractions is its music. Acadian music has undergone vast changes since arriving in Louisiana, to a large extent because those who play it today live so differently from earlier residents. Understanding Cajun music in all its variety is a large undertaking but an important one. Today, we in Louisiana are fortunate to have living representatives of many of its various styles and stages. Texas Tornados, Hey Baby Que Paso? Freddy Fender - Before The Next Teardrop Falls. Tejano music - Wikipedia. Tejano music or Tex-Mex music (Texan-Mexican music) is the name given to various forms of folk and popular music originating among the Mexican-American populations of Central and Southern Texas.
With roots in the late 19th century, it became a music genre with a wider audience in the late 20th century thanks to artists such as Selena, often referred to as "The Queen of Tejano", Mazz, Elida Reyna, Los Palominos, Ramón Ayala, Elsa García, Laura Canales, La Mafia, Oscar Estrada, Jay Perez, Emilio Navaira, Alicia Villarreal, Gary Hobbs, Shelly Lares, Stefani Montiel, David Lee Garza and Jennifer Peña, La Fiebre La Sombra. Origins Video VuHaus: Gina Chavez - Miles De Millas (Salsa) Video VuHaus: Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars - Reggae Sounds the Message. Celia Cruz - Quimbara. Salsa music. 2008/9 Schools Wikipedia Selection.
Related subjects: Musical genres, styles, eras and events Salsa music is a diverse and predominantly Spanish Caribbean genre that is popular across Latin America and among Latinos abroad. Salsa incorporates multiple styles and variations; the term can be used to describe most any form of popular Cuban-derived genre, such as chachachá and mambo. The History of Salsa Music.
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Salsa is a word that inspires an instant reaction in Latin music lovers everywhere. It is the rhythm, the dance, the musical excitement that sends millions of normally sedate non-Latinos to the dance floor where they meet their Latin neighbors, who are too busy enjoying the music to notice. Blinkx Video. Instruments Used for Reggae Music. Reggae was developed by Jamaicans mixing ska and American soul in the late 1960s.
The rhythmic style of reggae is off-beat, relaxed and slower than other music genres such as disco, soul, jazz and pop. Common instruments found in other genres are also used in reggae music. The way each instrument is played reinforces sound of reggae. Bass Guitar. A History of Reggae Music. Jamaica: the mento TM, ®, Copyright © 2003 Piero Scaruffi All rights reserved.
(See Background: The 20th Century) The first Jamaican recording studio opened in 1951 and recorded "mento" music, a fusion of European and African folk dance music. The island was awash in rhythm'n'blues records imported by the so called "sound systems", eccentric traveling dance-halls run by no less eccentric disc-jockeys such as Clement Dodd (the "Downbeat") and Duke Reid (the "Trojan").
Reggae. Traditional Navajo Love Song by Herman and Radmilla Cody. Music of the Navajo Indians - Corn Grinding Songs - From the album American Indian Pow Wow. Oldest Native American Dancing Ceremony Ever Recorded in New Mexico. Native American music - Musical instruments in the Americas.