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  • Pop Music Essay

    Some people think they know the exact definition and history of pop music, when really there's not one. Many believe that pop music has all been the same, when it has changed multiple times and still is changing. The history of Pop music is important because it tells you how the world’s culture has changed. Unlike country or rock, pop music isn’t a specific category. The term for pop music has been changing all of the time. At first it was known as popular music (“Pop Music History Facts and Timeline” 1). The term of ‘pop’ wasn’t used until sometime in the 1920’s, and was also originally made in Britain. Pop music doesn’t have a specific genre. It also has a lot of background from metal to boy bands (“Pop Music” 1).Youth has a lot more interest…

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  • Female Pop Music Essay

    Female pop stars have been a force to reckon with within the modern music industry and have dominated music charts around the globe. Each female pop star creates her own unique sounds, lyrics and catchy music to entice a fan base to follow them. However, are female pop stars really that different? Jennifer Lena argues in "Chapter 2: Three Musics, Four Genres: Rap, Bluegrass and Bebop Jazz" that "music histories are full of hints that there is a pattern to the evolution of communities of sound"…

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  • Elements Of Pop Rock Music

    Every aspect of a pop rock song is intriguing, even so, that it envelopes the listener 's mind and body, making them dance to the beat and sing along with the lyrics. Pop rock music is an integration of modern music with elements from other genres such as the use of electric guitars and drums. It usually involves the use of drums, guitar, piano, vocals and a synthesizer. Pop rock is one of the best genres of music to listen to in the 20th generation because of the powerfully distinct elements it…

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  • Pop Music Industry Research Paper

    November 2016 We got the beat- Rock music through the ages The music industry is, and always has been, based purely off of supply, demand, and sales. It all began with the creation of sheet music; once music took a physical form, it was desired by rich aristocrats who paid for it in full. Then came the phonograph, a device invented by Thomas Edison that used phonographic disks to play recorded audio out loud. It was originally intended for the use of business documentation, but when that…

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  • Pop Music Vs Modern Music Analysis

    the era which the culture of pop music was automatically instilled in each person the day they started to listen to music. The modern pop music is one of the fastest growing genres in the music industries. And undoubtedly, pop quickly spreads its affections to the Vietnamese audience. Just the same as other people at my age, I used to despite older music, considered them out of fashion and boring. However, as my life and perception change, I found out that I also take interest in an older genre…

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  • The Influence Of Korean Pop Music

    from the popularity and global spread of Korean dramas and Korean pop music. Korean pop music, more widely known as K-pop, has been a driving force in the Hallyu 2.0 wave since the late 1990s. The Korean idol pop aspect of K-pop, in which performers sing and dance simultaneously, has grown into an international phenomenon, winning the hearts of countless people, both native and foreign to South Korea. These Korean idols are perceived as healthy and happy by the general public. However, due to…

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  • Difference Between Pop Rock And Country Music

    Pop, Rock, and Country music has changed a lot throughout the decades especially since the 1970’s and 80’s compared to 2016 music. Obviously I wasn’t born yet so all this research is from family members, the internet or conversations with people in local music shops. In the 70’s and 80’s you had a lot of good bands and musicians such as Aerosmith, Aero Speed Wagon, Billy Joel and a bunch of others that were great that we could name. The music types most people listened to in the 70’s and 80’s…

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  • Pop Music Research Paper

    Music is an art than can connect us all, the topic I choose to do my interviews on was music and how race plays a part into the music we listen to today. In many people’s lives music is a constant, they are always listening to it. That’s why corporations like Spotify and ITunes exist, they are capitalizing on the easy access of music from all different genres. Music is a way in which artists can share their experiences and life troubles without having to speak about them, rather they can just…

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  • Pop Goes Korea Music Analysis

    This chapter will explore the development and the popular culture and industry rise, especially in terms of music. As Mark James Russell wrote in his book Pop Goes Korea: “Koreans have long been known as singers and lovers of music, as visiting envoys from China pointed out over 1500 years ago. There were several music traditions in the Joseon dynasty [of 1392 to 1897]. The most famous, the long song-story pansori, grew from the shaman culture of Korea’s southwest. In addition, farmers’ music,…

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  • Selena Quintanilla Pop Music Analysis

    On November 8th, 2015 I viewed a recorded pop music performance of Selena Quintanilla titled “Selena Live”. The performance originally took place on the evening of February 26, 1995, at the Astrodome Stadium in Houston, Texas. The legendary Tejano music star, Selena Quintanilla, became one of the most famous Latin music artists around the world. She was referred to as the “Queen of Tejano”. Tejano music, also known as Tex-Mex is a popular music genre that blends European, Mexican, and U.S.…

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