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    • 1Xtra Chart

    • The 1Xtra Chart was a weekly record chart based on sales of singles in the United Kingdom. It listed the 40 biggest-selling urban music songs released within a three-month time period, and featured genres such as hip hop, R&B, dancehall and rap. The chart was compiled by the Official Charts Company (OCC) on behalf of t ... Read »


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    • 1988 Tejano Music Awards

    • The 8th Tejano Music Awards were held in 1988. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the previous year. The Tejano Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony recognizing Tejano music musicians. ... Read »


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    • A due

    • A due [a dˈduːe] in Italian or à deux [a dø] in French is a musical direction meaning "for two". Most often seen in its abbreviated form a2, the marking signifies that on a staff that normally carries parts for two players, both players are to play the single part in unison. It is generally seen in scores a ... Read »


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    • Abendmusik

    • Abendmusik (German for "evening music", plural Abendmusiken) is an evening concert, usually performed in a church. Specifically, this designation refers to a series of performances at the St. Mary's Church, Lübeck (Marienkirche), Germany, begun in the 17th century and lasting until 1810. Paid for by local businessm ... Read »


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    • Adani

    • Adani may refer to: Adani may also refer to: ... Read »


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    • Aeneator

    • An aeneator (Latin: aēneātor or ahēneātor) refers to a classical Roman professional performer of a horn who was attached to a Roman military unit. The word comes from Latin aēneus or ahēneus, "brazen", from aes, "copper alloy". While the size of individual Roman military units, or Alae, may have ... Read »


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    • Afro roots

    • AfroRoots Music is described as a blend of World Music; specifically, Afro-Beat, Reggae, and Cuban music. "AfroRoots", is an original term coined to broaden and lengthen the spectrum of Music influenced by the continent of Africa. ... Read »


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    • AIM Independent Music Awards

    • The following is a list of the Association of Independent Music Awards winners. ... Read »


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    • Alan cayirlanda

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      Alan çayırlarında (Turkish) or Η τσιγγάνα η Μαρίτσα (Greek) is an anonymous Turkish and Greek folkloric tune(Kaşık Havası) (türkü).There are similar folkloric tunes known as Oğlan Oğlan Kalk Gidelim. There are similar folkloric tunes known ... Read »


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    • Alberti bass

    • Alberti bass is a particular kind of accompaniment figure in music, often used in the Classical era, and sometimes the Romantic era. It was named after Domenico Alberti (1710–1740), who used it extensively, although he was not the first to use it. Alberti bass is a kind of broken chord or arpeggiated accompanimen ... Read »


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    • Alternative folk

    • Alternative folk is a music genre. The Daily Telegraph wrote of Bob Dylan on the occasion of his 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature: "Best known for his early hits such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "Like a Rolling Stone", Dylan was a key member of the Sixties alternative folk movement, but shocked his contemporaries by bec ... Read »


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    • Amoebaean singing

    • Amoebaean singing is a type of singing competition originating in Ancient Greece. In it, a first party sings according to a topic and verse structure of their choosing. A second singer then responds with the same verse structure and on a related topic. This repeats until one side concedes or a third party can determine ... Read »


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    • Amorgos Sousta

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      Amorgos Sousta or Σούστα Αμοργού() is an anonymous Greek folkloric tune (Sousta or syrtos ).The meter is 44. The original form of the Sousta or syrtos was popular folk dance in Amorgos . ... Read »


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    • Anchor point

    • In audio and recording, what is known colloquially as an anchor point is a center position in a stereo mix reserved for only three or four important tracks. Most modern pop productions are anchored by lead (vocals and soloing instruments), bass, kick drum, and snare drum. These are usually within a few degrees of cente ... Read »


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    • Armenaki

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      Armenaki or Άρμενακι() is an anonymous Greek folkloric tune (syrtos or sousta). The meter is 44. The original Greek form of the syrtos is a popular folk dance in Greece (Cyclades). It is widespread as a Nisiotika music tune, all over the world. Αρμενάκι εί ... Read »


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    • Artistic director (music)

    • An artistic director may refer to someone who directs a musical ensemble, and in this medium, is often abbreviated as simply Director. The typical jobs of a musical artistic director are to choose repertoire for the ensemble, come up with an artistic vision for the group and also a long-term strategy for programming, a ... Read »


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    • Augusto Gentile

    • Augusto Umberto Gentile, also known as Augusto Alberto Gentile (September 11, 1891 - March 18, 1932) was a pianist and composer of Argentine tangos. Gentile was born in Rome, Italy and signed his middle name "Alberto" because he preferred it to "Umberto". Around 1913, he began to compose tangos. As a performer, he reco ... Read »


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    • Australian String Quartet

    • The Australian String Quartet (ASQ) is a chamber music group based at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, South Australia, and delivers an artistic program of performances, workshops, commissions and education projects across Australia and abroad. The quartet performs on a matched set of string ... Read »


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    • Avaz (music)

    • Avaz, or Awaz (Persian: آواز) is unmetered vocal section of a mode in Persian music. In the years 1965 and 1966 Mahmoud Karimi (maestro of Persian vocal music) performed the whole Avazs which were recorded and transcribed by Mohammad-Taghi Massoudieh. This version was published in 1997 in Tehran. ... Read »


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    • Tomas Barfod

    • Tomas Barfod is a Danish drummer and electronic music producer. He currently spends his time between Los Angeles and Copenhagen. While in LA, he works as a producer and currently has tracks on several albums. Barfod began playing drums when he was ten years old, and has been producing as a DJ since the 1990s. He b ... Read »


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    • Bass song

    • A bass song is a piece of music that contains low frequency notes, or bass. Bass notes can be acoustic, but within the term "bass song" they are usually synthesized, typically sine waves or very similar. The term "bass song" typically refers to hip hop, trap, dubstep, techno, reggae, or other electronic music genres. H ... Read »


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    • Battle records

    • Battle records are vinyl records made up of brief samples from songs, film dialogue, sound effects, and drum loops for use by a DJ. The samples and drum loops are used for scratching and performances by turntablists. Battle records are often released by DJs banking on their celebrity or looking to capitalize on rare i ... Read »


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    • Beatová síň slávy


    • Beijing Pop Music Awards

    • The Beijing Pop Music Awards(Chinese:中国歌曲排行榜颁奖典礼),used to be Chinese Music Radio Awards between 2000-2006, is a Chinese music awards show, founded by Beijing music radio station in 1993.Originated from Beijing music radio station's radio chart,the award was se ... Read »


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    • Bent Knee

    • Bent Knee is an American art rock band formed in Boston in 2009. The band performs in multiple genres and draws from multiple influences, including pop, industrial rock, metal, progressive rock, and avant-garde. The band is known for unpredictable dynamic contrast and the wide vocal range of singer Courtney Swain. Ben ... Read »


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    • Berkeley Folk Music Festival

    • The Berkeley Folk Music Festival was a folk music festival held annually from 1958 to 1970 in Berkeley, California, one of the major centers of the folk music revival in the United States. It was directed by Barry Olivier. The Festival was one of the preeminent folk festivals on the West Coast, predating the more famo ... Read »


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    • Berlin (musical)

    • Berlin is a musical written by Erik Orton while he was a student at Brigham Young University (BYU) and debuted at the Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center in 1999. Orton also composed the music for Berlin. It later played at Theatre 315 in New York City. In that production the lead female role was played by Nicole Ridi ... Read »


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    • Big Boy (musical)

    • Big Boy is a 1925 musical written by Harold R. Atteridge, music by James F. Hanley and Joseph Meyer, and lyrics by Buddy DeSylva. The show featured Al Jolson as Gus, a downtrodden African-American stable boy who ends up as a jockey winning the Kentucky Derby. The all but one-man show was turned into Big Boy (film) in 1 ... Read »


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    • Bigwala

    • Bigwala is a genre of ceremonial music and dance of the Busoga Kingdom in Uganda centered around gourd trumpets. Typically a solo trumpet is joined by four or more other trumpets, which produce a melody through playing in hocket, these are then joined by singers and then by dancers, both of which circle the instrument ... Read »


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    • Binayo

    • Binayo (Nepali बिनायो बाजा) is a kind of traditional Kiranti musical instrument made of piece of iron. It is played by plucking its metal wire reed with fore finger being gripped between the teeth. Binayo is popular in the Eastern Himalayan Region of Sikkim, Darjeeling ... Read »


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    • Bir tas attim kamisa

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      Bir tas attim kamisa () or Τι σε Mέλει Eσένανε () is an anonymous Greek folkloric tune Ballos. The meter is 44.The makam is huseyni.There are similar folkloric dance tunes known as "Cerkez kizi"(Circassian Girl) in the Niğde. The original form of the Ballos is popular in Gr ... Read »


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    • Board mix

    • A board mix is a recording created by running lines directly off a mixing console while sound is mixed in real time. The alternative to a board mix is use a virtual mixing console, an increasingly popular approach. ... Read »


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    • The Bob Dylan Archive

    • The Bob Dylan Archive is a collection of documents and objects relating to American singer Bob Dylan. It was announced on March 2, 2016 that the archive had been acquired by the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) and the University of Tulsa (TU). It will be under the care of the University's Helmerich Center for Am ... Read »


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    • Boheoja

    • Boheoja (보허자; 步虛子:literally "Pacing the Void") is a Korean court music repertoire originated from China. It was introduced from Song Dynasty during Goryeo Dynasty period which at the time was ruled by King Yejong. Categorized as sa (è©©;poetry), the repertoire is poetry based-musical o ... Read »


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    • Bologna School of music

    • Bologna School is a term for the group of composers active in Bologna in the mid-late 17th century; most were associated with the church of Saint Petronius or the Accademia Filarmonica. They include Cazzati, Perti, G. B. Vitali, Torelli and Corelli (who had Bolognese links although he mainly worked in Rome); the school ... Read »


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    • Box bass

    • A box bass is an acoustic instrument that is indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago. It is mostly used in Parang. The instrument consists of a wooden box that is attached to a taut string. The string/chord is thrummed and the box creates a heavy acoustic sound. The pitch of the sound is changed by altering the tension of t ... Read »


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    • Boy Magnet

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      "Boy Magnet" is the second international single by Indonesian singer Agnez Mo. It was released by The Cherry Party on 13 November 2015, with five remixes of the song being available for download. The song was remixed by Hector Fonseca, John Dish, Tommy Love and Xavi Alfaro, while the original version is expected to app ... Read »


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    • John Brancy

    • John Brancy (born November 14, 1988) is an American operatic baritone performing with leading opera companies around the world. He is of Polish, German, English and Irish descent. Brancy was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, to Margaret and Michael Brancy. He has a younger sister, Jenna, a visual artist Brancy st ... Read »


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    • Bravura

    • In classical music, a bravura is a style of both music and its performance intended to show off the skill of a performer. Commonly it is a virtuosic passage performed as a solo, and often in a cadenza. The term implies "effect for effect's sake". Therefore, while many pieces of Beethoven do require a high skill, they ... Read »


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    • Breakaway music

    • Breakaway music is a modern U.S. Naval tradition used to motivate sailors upon the conclusion of underway replenishment UNREP, although using breakaway music is at the discretion of the Captain, and not all commands use it. When the two ships involved in the UNREP conclude their transfer of fuels and stores and commenc ... Read »


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    • Bugiardo (song)

    • "Bugiardo" (Liar) is the first single released by Fabri Fibra from his third homonym solo studio album Bugiardo. ... Read »


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    • Call Me Mister

    • Call Me Mister is a revue with sketches by Arnold Auerbach and words and music by Harold Rome. The title refers to troops who are happily returning to civilian life and no longer want to be addressed by their military ranks. The Broadway production, directed by Robert H. Gordon, opened on April 18, 1946 at the Nationa ... Read »


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    • Cancionero de Medinaceli

    • The Cancionero de Medinaceli or Cancionero Musical de Medinaceli (CMM) is a manuscript containing Spanish music of the Renaissance. It was copied during the second half of the 16th century and kept at the library of the Duke of Medinaceli's house, hence its name. Is it probably the most important compilation of Spanish ... Read »


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    • Cancionero de Montecassino

    • The Cancionero Musical de Montecassino (Montecassino, Biblioteca dell'Abbazia, 871), known by the abbreviation "(CMM)" is an important Neapolitan manuscript of music from the 1480s, containing many otherwise unknown compositions. ... Read »


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    • Canzona

    • The canzona (It. plural canzone) is an instrumental musical form of the 16th and 17th centuries that developed from the Netherlandish chanson (Caldwell 2001). It differed from the similar forms of ricercare and fantasia in its livelier, markedly rhythmic material and separation into distinct sections (Grout 1960, 299). ... Read »


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    • Canzonissima

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      Canzonissima was an Italian musical variety show broadcast by Rai 1 from 1958 to 1974, with an interruption between 1963 and 1967, aired on Saturday evening except for the last two editions in which it was aired on Sunday afternoon. The program was referred to as "the synthesis and the model of comparison of the Italia ... Read »


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    • Carmen (Wildhorn musical)

    • Carmen is a musical with a book by Norman Allen, lyrics by regular collaborator Jack Murphy, and music by Frank Wildhorn. It is based on the novella of the same name. It premiered in Prague in October 2008 at the Karlín Musical Theater. Carmen, inspired by the Mérimée classic, contains the essence but ex ... Read »


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    • Cascading strings

    • Cascading strings (also sometimes known as "tumbling strings") is an arrangement technique of British light music. This technique is associated in the U.S. with the style of easy listening known as beautiful music. The cascading strings effect was first developed by British composer/arranger Ronald Binge, but most asso ... Read »


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    • Music in the Castlevania series

    • Most of Castlevania's music changes from game to game, but some themes recur often. These include Vampire Killer, Bloody Tears, and Beginning, three very popular tracks, first appearing in Castlevania, Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, and Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse respectively. Other songs such as Dance of Illusio ... Read »


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    • Cerkez kizi

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      Çerkez kızı(Circassian Girl) () Τσερκέζ Γηζή() is an anonymous Turkish and Cappadocian Greeks folkloric tune Kasik Havasi. The meter is 44. The original form of the Kasik Havasi was popular in Niğde. ... Read »


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    • Charge of the Uhl'ans


    • Charm of Sound

    • Charm Of Sound association (Äänen Lumo) is the name of a Finnish association for Electronic Music and Sound Art, founded by Petri Kuljuntausta in 1995. Petri Kuljuntausta's "Charm of Sound" is a 1997 text-based environmental composition in three parts, which is composed for the environment of outer space. It inv ... Read »


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    • Chigaday

    • Chigaday is an orchestral piece of classical music by the Spanish composer and pianist Gustavo Díaz-Jerez. Chigaday refers to a rocky formation in the Canary Island of La Gomera where, according to writer and historian Benito Pérez Armas, in 1488 during the Spanish conquest of the Canary Islands, the last islande ... Read »


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    • Chinese Music Charts

    • Chinese Music Charts (Chinese: 华语音乐排行榜) is a Mandopop record chart established by Chinese Musicians Association, Chinese Radio Union, HUAYINSHENGSHI, and music newspaper Musiclife. ... Read »


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    • Music of The Chronicles of Narnia films

    • The music of The Chronicles of Narnia film series was recorded and released in conjunction with the post-production and releases of each of the three corresponding films. ... Read »


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    • Church Choral Society

    • The Church Choral Society was founded in 1872 by The Rev'd. Henry George Bonavia Hunt and played a major role in the musical side of the Oxford Movement. The Church Music Society however, acquired the name of The College of Church Music, London in 1873 and a system of examinations followed. By 1876 it was incorporated ... Read »


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    • Clarinet trio

    • A clarinet trio is a chamber ensemble that consists of a clarinet, a bowed string instrument and a piano, or a musical work for such an ensemble. The string instrument can be a cello, a viola, or a violin. Therefore, a clarinet trio can be referred to below: The clarinet part of both works by Beethoven can be and ... Read »


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    • Classified Production

    • Classified Production

      Classified Production is a United Kingdom-based record label. ... Read »


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    • Clinic (music)

    • A musical clinic is an informal meeting with a guest musician, where a small-to-medium-sized audience questions the musician's styles and techniques and also how to improve their own skill. The musician might perform an entire piece, or demonstrate certain techniques for the audience to observe. The objective is for t ... Read »


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    • Collaborative piano

    • Collaborative piano is a discipline of music that combines piano performance, accompaniment, and music pedagogy. Andrews University Arizona State University Azusa Pacific University Ball State University Bard College Conservatory of Music Baylor University Benjamin T. Rome School of Music Binghamton Univers ... Read »


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    • ColoringBook

    • ColoringBook is a three-part series of recordings by composer Clayton Counts. Incorporating elements of drone, minimalism, and found sound, the records feature an array of instrumentalists, with a heavy focus on stringed and keyed instruments. The project is regarded as a work of noise music, though some of it is stru ... Read »


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    • Comedy music

    • Comedy music is music that is comic or humorous in nature, encompassing a wide variety of music genres. Popular types of comedy music include parody music, novelty songs, comedy rock and comedy hip hop. ... Read »


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    • Concert production

    • Concert production is the act of putting on a concert or a live music performance. As an individual's role, this refers to the person coordinating all the staff and equipment necessary to make a concert happen; they monitor the schedule, pay the staff, act as a hub for communication between team members, and generally ... Read »


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    • Concertmaster

    • The Concertmaster (from the German Konzertmeister) is the second-most significant person in an orchestra, symphonic band or other musical ensemble after the conductor or director. Another common term in the U.S. is "First Chair." In the U.K., the term commonly used is "leader." In an orchestra, the concertmaster i ... Read »


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    • Contemporary commercial music

    • Contemporary commercial music or CCM is a term used by some vocal pedagogists in the United States of America to refer to non-classical music. This term encompasses jazz, pop, blues, soul, country, folk, and rock styles. ... Read »


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    • Cry break

    • A cry break is a vocal break in a tone or note in a song. It is characteristic in the singing tone of Hank Williams where a note seems to break and start over again. There are notes that the singer sounds near to the point of starting to cry. It is a technique that is used in country singing. Songs that deal with the i ... Read »


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    • Cura nagara

    • The Cura nagara(small nagara) is a folk drum.Since it is smaller than the main nagara, it is called "cura" nagara.The diameter of its body is 300–320 mm, and its height is 340–360 mm. ... Read »


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    • Cut-out score

    • A cut-out score or cutout score is a musical score in which measures with rests are simply omitted, and no rests of any kind are used. Cut-out scores are mostly used for proportional notation scores, such as Penderecki's Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima. "Proponents of this arrangement argue that it dispenses with ... Read »


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    • Cypriot Albums Chart

    • The Cypriot album charts track the weekly album sales in Cyprus. They function under the supervision of the worldwide music organisation IFPI. They were first put together in 1992 and were presented by All Records music company until December 2006. Since 2007 they are brought together by Musical Paradise. An album ha ... Read »


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    • Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985

    • Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985

      Cyprus was represented by the artist Lia Vissi, with the song "To katalava arga", at the 1985 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 4 May in Gothenburg, Sweden. The song was chosen internally by broadcaster CyBC. On the night of the final Vissi performed 3rd in the running order, following Finland and preceding ... Read »


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    • Dainichido Bugaku

    • Dainichido Bugaku (Japanese: 大日堂舞楽, literally: Important Day Dance) is a yearly set of nine sacred ritual dances and music, named for the imperial palace ensemble performances, "bugaku", and from the palace's ensemble's visit to Hachimantai, Kazuno District, Akita Prefecture, during the reconst ... Read »


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    • Dance/Electronic Singles Sales


    • Dark culture

    • The term dark culture (German Schwarze Szene, Portuguese cultura obscura, Spanish escena oscura), also called dark alternative scene, is an umbrella term, used to describe a summary of parts of several subcultures. In this context the "culture" is not to be understood as closed subculture, but as social environment, a ... Read »


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    • Dark Star (soundtrack)

    • Dark Star (soundtrack)

      Dark Star is a soundtrack by John Carpenter for the 1974 film of the same name. It was released in 1980 through Citadel Records. A limited expanded edition was released in 2016 through We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records. ... Read »


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    • Dart Music (digital music aggregator)

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      Dart Music, or Dart, is a digital music aggregator specialized in distributing classical music to online music vendors and streaming services. Since metadata for classical music is different from that of popular music, Dart specializes in ensuring that the metadata for the music it distributes is correct. Dart was fou ... Read »


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    • Defend Music

    • Defend Music is an independent music publishing company and music rights administrator based in Los Angeles. The firm is best known for publishing the songs of popular soul music group Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings and other writers and artists on Daptone Records, and publishes shares of hits by Jay-Z, Black Eyed Peas, ... Read »


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    • Dene music

    • The Dene and their direct language relations live in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, as well as some parts of California, and through to the Apache and Navajo lands in the South Central United States. Their music includes modern rock and country songs, jigs and reels ... Read »


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    • Diana Ross on Tour

    • Diana Ross World Tour was a concerts tour by American singer Diana Ross began in 1982 associated with Silk Electric 1982 album. ... Read »


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    • Digital booklet

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    • Digital feedback reduction

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    • Discoring

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    • Divisi

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    • DJ controller

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    • Alexandre Pierre Joseph Doche

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    • The Donna Summer Special

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    • Double drumming

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    • Double X Posse

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    • Drop (music)

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    • Dubbing (music)

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    • Dublin International Piano Festival

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    • Duettino

    • A duettino is an unpretentious duet with a concise form.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart offers several well-known examples of the type, including "La ci darem la mano" from Don Giovanni and "Duettino No. 3" from La clemenza di Tito, a song only twenty-four measures long. He also described "Via resti servita" in The Marriage of ... Read »


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    • Eaten Alive Tour

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    • Edel Rhapsody

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    • Konstantin Eiges

    • Konstantin Romanovich Eiges (surname sometimes spelt Eyges, Russian Константин Романович Эйгес, 24 May (Old Style)/ 5 June 1875—2 Dec 1950) was a Russian composer, teacher and pianist. Eiges was born in Bogodukhov (now Bohodukhiv in Kharkiv o ... Read »


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    • Electric double bass

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    • Electronic Squelch

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    • Electrostep

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    • Elvis sightings

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    • EMI REDD

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    • EPM Musique

    • EPM Musique is a French record label that was created in 1986 by François Dacla, former president of RCA France. The label specializes in Chanson and its legacy. It is also dedicated to poetry, theatre, and children's music. "EPM is a French label whose interests include classic American jazz from the '30s through ... Read »


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    • Euro Video Grand Prix

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    • Fibonacci Sequence (ensemble)

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    • Floby (musician)

    • Florent Belemgnegré, also known by his stage name, Floby, is a musician from Kouritenga, Burkina Faso. He sings in the French and Mòoré languages. His music uses African sounds such as the kora and djembe, but also uses rap and electric guitar. He received two Kundé awards each in 2007, 2015 and 2016 and wo ... Read »


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    • Four in One (composition)

    • Four in One is a bebop composition by Thelonious Monk first recorded in 1951 (Blue Note 1589, personnel: Sahib Shihab as, Milt Jackson vib, Thelonious Monk p, Al McKibbon b, Art Blakey dr) ). The melody is usually played in medium tempo (~140 bpm). The form is AABA with 8 bars each. Although the title implies otherwise ... Read »


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    • Girl from Chanakkale

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      Girl from Chanakkale or Τσανακαλιώτισα () is an anonymous Turkish and Greek folkloric tune (Kalamatiano or Syrtos).The meter is 78. There are similar folkloric tunes known as Αρχοντογιός παντρεύεται in Macedonia. ... Read »


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    • Girl from Samos

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      Girl from Samos , Σαμιώτισσα () is an anonymous Greek folkloric tune (Kalamatiano or Syrtos).The meter is 78. There are similar folkloric tunes known as Mavrovadan aldım sümbül in Mavrovo Macedonia. The original form of the Kalamatiano or Syrtos was popular in Samos and Mavrovo . ... Read »


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    • The Grand Prix du Disque for Modern Music is awarded by L'Académie Charles Cros of France. The following is a partial list of winners (sometimes more than one per year): Grand Prix du Disque ... Read »


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    • Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985

    • Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985

      Greece was represented by Takis Biniaris with the song "Miazoume", at the 1985 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 4 May in Gothenburg, Sweden. The song was chosen internally by broadcaster ERT. Greece withdrew, having been drawn eighteenth in order of presentation. The reason behind the withdrawal, was that t ... Read »


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    • Grems

    • Michaël Eveno, better known by his stage name Grems (born 25 October 1978), is a French rapper and producer of French hip hop and designer. He made his debut in the group Hustla alongside Le Jouage (of the band Gravité Zéro) and Dj Steady. ... Read »


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    • Guitaro

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      A Guitaro is an autoharp constructed to be held like a guitar. Oscar Schmidt manufactured Guitaros in the 50s through the early 70s, attempting to take advantage of the guitar's popularity in the folk music revival of that era. Other sellers commonly sold them with their own brand names but most or all resellers stil ... Read »


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    • Gümüşlük International Classical Music Festival


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    • Heartstrings (Janet Leon song)

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    • Henri Hirschmann

    • Henri Hirschmann, real name Henri Herblay (30 April 1872 – 3 November 1961), was a French composer of light music. Originally a student of André Gedalge at the Conservatoire de Paris, he studied under Jules Massenet for two years. His best known work is La Petite Bohème, from the novel Scènes de la vie d ... Read »


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    • Home (Wallis Bird album)

      Home is the fifth studio album by Irish singer-songwriter Wallis Bird. The album was released on 30 September 2016. The first two promo singles from the album are "Change" and "Control", with both tracks made available upon iTunes pre-order. The album is nominated for Best Irish Album of 2016 for the Choice Music Priz ... Read »


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    • Hoyda yarim

    • Hoyda yarim(Irmağın Geçeleri) (Turkish) or Έλα γύφτο μ' έλα (Greek) is an anonymous Turkish and Greek folkloric tune (türkü). The original form of the türkü was popular in Ankara . ... Read »


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    • The Hunger (band)

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    • Pierre-Louis Hus-Desforges

    • Pierre-Louis Hus-Desforges

      Pierre-Louis Hus-Desforges (24 March 1773 – 20 January 1838) was a French cellist, conductor and composer. He is sometimes incorrectly referred to as "Pierre-Louis Hus-Desforges Jarnowick". The grandson of theatre manager Barthélemy Hus-Desforges, he came from a long line of entertainers, the Hus family, and h ... Read »


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    • Hymnal

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    • Hymnary.org

    • Hymnary.org is an online database of hymns, hymnodists and hymnals hosted by Calvin College's Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and Christian Classics Ethereal Library. The searchable database contains over one million hymn tunes and texts and incorporates the Dictionary of North American Hymnology. It has received ... Read »


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    • Ichi Sound

    • Ichi Sound

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    • Illustrated song

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    • Inanga (instrument)

    • Inānga is a traditional musical instrument of Burundi that is also played in Rwanda and Uganda. In Burundi, it is considered to be the first instrument to be invented in the country. Inānga is played in the region of Mugamba in the central part of Burundi. It was played at night for the King as he was resting an ... Read »


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    • Inscape (Copland)

    • Inscape is a 1967 musical composition for orchestra by Aaron Copland, approximately twelve to thirteen minutes in length, and commissioned by and dedicated to the New York Philharmonic for its 125th anniversary (see also Capriccio burlesco). Composed using the twelve-tone technique, the piece has been considered less a ... Read »


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    • International Chamber Choir Competition Marktoberdorf

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    • International Composers’ Guild


    • Ionian School (music)

    • Ionian School (music)

      The term Ionian (or Heptanese) School of Music (Greek: Επτανησιακή Σχολή, literally: "Seven Islands' School") denotes the musical production of a group of Heptanesian composers, whose heyday was from the early 19th century till approximately the 1950s. Conventionally, it ... Read »


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    • Italian overture

    • The Italian overture is a piece of orchestral music which opened several operas, oratorios and other large-scale works in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. An Italian overture typically has a three-movement structure – the outer movements are quick, the middle movement is slow. This type of overture was pa ... Read »


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    • ITunes New Artist Spotlight

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    • Ä°zmir'in Kavakları


    • J-card

    • A j-card is the paper card inserted in the plastic storage case of most pre-recorded audio cassette releases, as well as cassettes of bootleg or copied concerts of the jam band scene. The j-card usually contains an image of the album cover, a track listing, credits, and copyright information. The j-card gets its name ... Read »


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    • JJI Brothers

    • JJI Brothers is a leading Tibetan rock band in based in Dharamshala, India. The band comprises three brothers with their initials represented in the acronym 'JJI'. Their names are Jigme, Jamyang,Ingsel. They are Tibetan exiles belonging to the generation born in India. Their music often carries the theme of struggles ... Read »


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    • Karabiberim

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      Karabiberim, Karabiber Aş Olmaz, Karabiber aş mı olur?() or Καραπιπερίμ () , Agadat Hasultan(Hebrew) is a Turkish and Cappadocian Greeks folkloric tune (Kasik havasi).The meter is 44.The original melody may be of a Turkish source. Its music was composed Turkish anonymous.Its Tu ... Read »


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    • Kazakhstan in the Bala Turkvision Song Contest

    • Kazakhstan in the Bala Turkvision Song Contest

      The participation of Kazakhstan in the Bala Turkvision Song Contest first began in Istanbul, Turkey, at the inaugural Bala Turkvision Song Contest in 2015. Adam Media Group (AMG) have been responsible for the selection process of their participants, since their debut in 2015. Tursynkhan Yerkin was the first representat ... Read »


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    • Eyven Klean is a music producer and music supervisor. He is best known for production on the HBO film Bessie starring Queen Latifah, for which he won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or a Movie. His additional works include sound production on the television show Game of Thrones, Veep ... Read »


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    • Kraakdoos

    • A kraakdoos or cracklebox is a custom-made instrument, in the form of a noise-making electronic device. It is a small box with six metal contacts on top, which generate various unusual sounds and tones when pressed by the performer's fingers. The human body becomes a part of the circuit and determines the range of soun ... Read »


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    • Maurice Kufferath

    • Maurice Kufferath (8 January 1852 – 8 December 1919) was a Belgian music critic, librettist, cellist and conductor. A director of the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels from 1900 to 1919, he was considered an icon of the music scene in Belgium. Kufferath was born in Saint-Josse-ten-Noode and raised in a ... Read »


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    • Kunstreligion

    • Kunstreligion is a term used around the turn of the nineteenth century to refer to Art-as-religion, specifically music, but also used to refer to any art that was sacralized. ... Read »


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    • Kurbanim le

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      Barbayianakis or Μια μαύρη πέτρα του γιαλού (Mia mavri petra tou gialou)() and Μπαρμπαγιαννακάκης() is an anonymous Greek and Turkish folkloric tune (Syrtos or Tsifteteli). The meter is 44.There are s ... Read »


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    • LaLaVoice

    • LaLaVoice

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    • Lamy (bow makers)

    • Lamy was a family of French bow makers, notable members include Joseph Alfred Lamy, Hippolyte Camille Lamy and Alfred Lamy. ... Read »


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    • Lay clerk

    • A lay clerk, also known as a lay vicar, song man or a vicar choral, is a professional adult singer in an Anglican cathedral and often Roman Catholic Cathedrals in the UK, or (occasionally) choir in Britain and Ireland. The vicars choral were substitutes for the canons. They are not in holy orders; the term "vicar" in ... Read »


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    • Leif (album)

    • Leif is a studio album by Swedish comedy and revue group Galenskaparna och After Shave. It was released in 1987 on cassette, LP and CD, and contains the original music from the film with the same name. All tracks written by Claes Eriksson. ... Read »


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    • Limb independence

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    • Little Day

    • Little Day

      Little Day is the 23rd studio album by Hong Kong singer Joey Yung, released by Emperor Entertainment Group on August 15, 2013. ... Read »


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    • Live instrumentation

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    • Liverpool Wall of Fame

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    • The Lonely Shepherd

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    • Longplayer

    • Longplayer is a self-extending composition by Jem Finer which is designed to continue for one thousand years. It started to play on 1 January 2000, and if all goes as planned, it will continue without repetition until 31 December 2999. It will restart on that date. Longplayer is based on an existing piece of music, 20 ... Read »


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    • Loop rock

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    • Lost Boy (musical)

    • Lost Boy is a 2014 musical by Phil Willmott which premiered at Charing Cross Theatre. The plot follows the characters of the original 1904 play Peter Pan as young adults on the eve of the First World War. ... Read »


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    • Lucas School House

    • Lucas School House is a live music venue and a private party, meeting and event space located in Soulard, St. Louis, Missouri. Many well known groups have played there, including Tea Leaf Green, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and famed blues musician John P. Hammond. It is situated within the former St. Lucas Church c ... Read »


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    • Lygaria

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      Lygaria or Ligaria, Λυγαριά() is an anonymous Greek folkloric tune ( syrtos ).The meter is 44. It is widespread as a Nisiotika music tune, all over the world. The original Greek form of the syrtos is a popular folk dance in Greece (Cyclades). It is widespread as a Nisiotika music tune, all over t ... Read »


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    • Majestic Casual

    • Majestic Casual

      Majestic Casual is a YouTube channel which showcases new electronic music, namely deep house, experimental, hip-hop, indie and pop genres. It is part of the Majestic brand which is based in Stuttgart, Germany. Majestic Casual was established in 2011 as one of the first audiovisual music blogs on YouTube. Majestic Casu ... Read »


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    • Make It in America Tour

    • Make It in America Tour was the debut concert tour by American singer and actress, Victoria Justice. Predominately visiting North America, the tour supports the second soundtrack album by american series Victorious, Victorious 2.0. ... Read »


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    • Man of the Year (album)

    • Man of the Year is the debut studio album by the Spanish hip-hop rapper Dareysteel. The album was released on May 2, 2016, and produced by Little Seconds Entertainment Spain. The album was featured on Charts in France Pure Charts in its first week of release. Man of the Year consists of two tracks, Twerk it and Give i ... Read »


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    • Manuscript paper

    • Manuscript paper (sometimes staff paper in U.S. English, or just music paper) is paper preprinted with staffs ready for musical notation. Manuscript paper is also available for drum notation and guitar tabulature. The treble clef is used for many band instruments including the saxophone, sitar, trumpet, clarinet and fl ... Read »


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    • Mari music

    • Mari music is the music of the Volga-Finnic Mari people of Russia. Mari music is generally pentatonic. Mari songs are generally short and lyrical. Common themes include the Volga river, and a love of nature, to include forests and rainbows. Mari instruments include the kusle or karsh, a type of zither. The Mari also ... Read »


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    • Harry Maslin

    • Harry Maslin is an American record producer and sound engineer. In the mid-1970s he engineered No. 1 hits for Barry Manilow ("Mandy"), and Dionne Warwick & The Spinners ("Then Came You"). As a producer his chart hits include David Bowie's "Fame" (US #1) in 1975, and seven singles in the Top 5 for Air Supply from 1980 ... Read »


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    • Mehmedim

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      Memetis, Ο μεμέτης () is a Greek folkloric tune (zeibekiko). The meter is 98. ... Read »


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    • Melograph

    • The Melograph, similar to the Melodiograph, is a mechanical apparatus for ethnomusicological transcription usually producing some sort of graph that can be preserved and filed, similar to a recording of music. Beginning with attempts by Milton Metfessel in 1928, assorted devices such as this have been developed or manu ... Read »


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    • Melomics109

    • Melomics109

      Melomics109 is a computer cluster (three cabinets with customized front panels) located at Universidad de Málaga. It is part of the Spanish Supercomputing Network, and has been designed to increase the computational power provided by Iamus. Powered by Melomics' technology, the composing module of Melomics109 is able ... Read »


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    • Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards

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    • Mexican Jazz

    • Mexican Jazz is the given name for the jazz music created by Mexicans or in Mexico since the 1920s, although there were isolated cases even in the genesis of the jazz genre itself. Mexican Big Bands México is linked to the Big Band format by many reasons, but the main has to do with the settlement of the famous Cu ... Read »


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    • Midwest Modesty

    • Midwest Modesty

      Midwest Modesty is the fifth studio album from Before Their Eyes. InVogue Records released the album on December 18, 2015 The band got Craig Owens to produce the album and be their co-writer on every song. Signaling in a three star review by New Noise Magazine, Nathaniel Lay states, "Midwest Modesty probably does ... Read »


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    • Millennial whoop

    • The Millennial Whoop is a term coined by musician Patrick Metzger to define a musical sequence repeating the fifth and third notes in a major scale, which according to Metzger has been extensively used in 2010s pop music to create instant and easy recognition. Metzger described the term first in a blog entry on ThePatt ... Read »


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    • Mokats Mirza

    • Mokats Mirza is a medieval Armenian folk song, sometimes considered as a ballad. The song originates from Moxoene. Four versions of the song have survived, all of them in the Mokats dialect. The song gained popularity in the Armenian Highlands, after it was recorded by Komitas. The content of the song is the following ... Read »


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    • MTV Showtown

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    • Music Acquisition

    • Music acquisition is a theory or a term that has not yet been clearly or concisely defined, although there has been research done and attempts to prove that acquiring music, like language, is cognitively possible over time. Furthermore, the process of actually and gradually acquiring music has been carefully looked at ... Read »


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    • Music appreciation

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    • A music cruise is a type of cruise ship tourism whose purpose centers around a musician, band, or musical lineup with performances by the act or acts and interaction between the cruise-goers and the stars. Music cruises can be thematic in genre, such as jazz, blues, rock, a musical era such as the 1980s, country, and o ... Read »


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    • Music in Irkutsk Oblast

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      The city of Irkutsk is the administrative center of Irkutsk Oblast, both of which produced several famous popular musicians and have a number of styles of folk music. Musicians from Irkutsk include the rock bands Bely Ostrog (a.k.a. Two Siberians (White Fort)), Printsip Neopredelyonnosti, and Chyorno-Belye Snimki [1]. ... Read »


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    • Music of French Polynesia

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    • Music of Gibraltar

    • Gibraltar is a British overseas territory with many musical influences. Rock based music is undergoing a renaissance with a multitude of local bands playing original material and covers. Local venues have begun accepting Gibraltarian bands and those from nearby Spain, resulting in a varied mix of live performances ever ... Read »


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    • Music in the Republic of Karelia

    • The swift and energetic traditional music of Karelia is regarded as the purest expression of Finnish music, less influenced by Germanic and other outside elements. Like Finland, Karelia is a home for rune singing; unlike Finland and like the neighboring Ingrian music of Russia, however, Karelia is also home to musical ... Read »


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    • Music of Macedonia (Greece)

    • Music of Macedonia (Greece)

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    • Music of Malta

    • The music of Malta ranges across a spectrum of genres such as traditional folk music, metal and various forms of electronica. "Għana" is the traditional folk music of Malta (the 'Għ' is a silent consonant). In 1971 Joe Grech was the first singer to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest. Later, Thea ... Read »


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    • Music of Murcia

    • Murcia is a region in the South East of Spain with many external influences varying from the ancient Moors that occupied the area for centuries to the adjacent Communities (Andalusia, Castilla La Mancha, etc.). Its music is determined by the heavy use of string instruments as the bandurria or the Spanish guitar and per ... Read »


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