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Types of music

  1. 1. TYPES OF MUSIC AND EVOLUTION ALONG THE HISTORY
  2. 2. ROCK AND ROLL Is a genre of popular music that originated and evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s, primarily from a combination of the blues, country music, jazz and gospel music .
  3. 3. Rolling Stones <ul><li>The most group of rock and roll is the Rolling that are an English rock band formed in London in April 1962 by guitarist Brian Jones, pianist Ian Stewart, vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards. Their most important songs are “Satisfaction” and “Mixed Emotions” . </li></ul>
  4. 4. Tokio Hotel At present the most known group is Tokio Hotel which is a pop rock band from Germany, founded in 2001 by Bill Kaulitz,Tom Kaulitz, Gustav Schäfer and Georg Listing. The quartet have scored four number one singles and have released three number one albums in their native country. The most successful songs are &quot;Schrei&quot;, &quot;Durch den monsun&quot; and &quot;Leb die sekunde&quot; .
  5. 5. POP Pop music is usually understood to be commercially recorded music, often oriented towards a youth market, usually consisting of relatively short, simple songs utilizing technological innovations to produce new variations on existing themes.
  6. 6. Michael Jackson Michael Jackson was an American recording artist, dancer, singer-songwriter, musician, and philanthropist. Referred to as the King of Pop, Jackson is recognized as the most successful entertainer of all time by Guinness World Records. His more famous songs are “Thriller”, “Black or white” and “Billie Jean” .
  7. 7. Shakira <ul>Shakira is a Colombian singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, dancer, and philanthropist who emerged in the music scene of Colombia and Latin America in the early 1990s. Shakira is a native Spanish speaker and also speaks fluent English and Portuguese as well as some Italian, French and Arabic . </ul>
  8. 8. CLÁSICA The classic music is a musical written tradition preserved across the musical notation, it arose taking elements of other musical traditions It is done exclusively to be Heard, The concerts of classic music are in the habit of having a solemn atmosphere, it hopes that the public is silently to avoid to distract the musician and the listeners.
  9. 9. Beethoven Beethoven was a composer, conductor and German pianist. His art expressed in numerous kinds and though the symphonies were the principal source of his international popularity, his impact turned out to be principally significant in his works for piano and chamber music. One of his more important compositions it is “ the fifth symphony”
  10. 10. SALSA Sauce is a kind and musical culture, developed by Latin Americans of the area of the Carib The name owes to the merger or mixture of different rhythmic Caribbean ingredients. It is danced by rhythmical movements of hip and shoulders. It is rich in the choreographic movements
  11. 11. Gloria Estefan Is a singer, composer and Cuban actress. That has sold more than 100 million discs worldwide. Glory cultivated from very small his love to the music, in which he found allied specially during his childhood. In 1989 Glory initiated his career as soloist. His more known songs are &quot;Hoy&quot; “Mi tierra”.
  12. 12. Juan Luis Guerra Juan Luis Guerra is a Dominican singer, songwriter, and self-producer. He is one of the most internationally recognized Dominican artists in decades past. His pop style of merengue and bolero and Afro-pop/Latin fusion have garnered him considerable success outside the Dominican Republic.
  13. 13. FLAMENCO The Fleming is a Spanish kind of music and dance that originated in Andalusia in the 18th century, which takes the music and the Andalusian dance as a base and in whose creation and development had a fundamental paper the Andalusians of etnia gypsy he sings, the touch and the dance they are the principal facets of the Fleming. In Japan the Fleming is so popular that in this country there are more Fleming's academies that in Spain.
  14. 14. Camarón de la Isla José Monge Cruz  Known artistically as Camarón of the Island, or simply Camarón or &quot; It Gets tight &quot;, he was a Flemish Andalusian flamenco singer. He was an innovator of cante, In 1968 it initiated an extension and renovation of his musical language and from 1979 it intensified his efforts for doing of the Flemish art a more attainable kind for the public in general
  15. 15. José Mercé He is nephew of Manuel Soto, Sordera, the patriarch of Jerez flamenco. Mercé's nickname comes from his participation in the choir of the Basilica de la Merced when he was a boy.The youthful Mercé became one of the most sought-after singers for accompanying dance, and he has worked with the Trío Madrid, formed by Mario Maya, El Güito and Carmen Mora.
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