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Disco Music

Disco, is a form of music which makes dancing easy and is a coalesce of soul music and funk, set to time modified rhythm. “Discotheque” is the predecessor of Disco, a term in the habit distinguishing the nightclubs hoi polloi went to during the 1960s and 70s. So it can be synthesized as a kind of music to exhort people, to make them get up and dance in their own way. In the midst of the 1970s, it turned the euphony and was mostly played in discotheques. Disco, type of dance is generally based on ballroom dancing manner, this accommodated for dance. Disco music has a rich orchestral sound, and band of the time included several vocalizes, drums, guitar, the

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Rock Music

Rock Music

Rock music, also known as “rock and roll” is a type of music that became popular in 1950s in America and Europe. Majorly, Rock music is based on older musical styles, such as the rhythm and blues music originated by African Americans, with a heavy focus on guitar, drums, and powerful vocals. It is a volatile, unpredictable creature that has constantly given a new and different resolution and has recreated itself after its emergence. Typically, it is vocal -based music usually with a 4/4 time signature employing a poetry chorus form, but the style has become hugely varied and has mutual musical characteristics. Same as the pop music, lyrics often stresses on amatory love but also cover a broad diverseness

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Jazz Music

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Jazz can be termed as a style of music, completely influenced by the American culture and differentiated by flexible rhythmic pace, as a base accompanied with extemporization of solo, ensemble on chord patterns and base tunes. It is a musical form where often extemporization can be seen, invented by African Americans and is influenced not only by European harmonic structure but also by African rhythms. So it is  music developed especially from ragtime and blues and characterized by propulsive syncopated rhythms, polyphonies ensemble playing varying degrees of improvisation, and often deliberate distortions of pitch and timbre. The history of Jazz shows that it was started in 1900s in New Orleans by the African American community. They used the African influenced music used and

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