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Sephardic music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Sephardic music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sephardic music From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Jewish and Israeli music Religious Cont-emporary Piyyut Zemirot Nigun Pizmonim Baqashot Secular Israeli ...


Lee Ranaldo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... engraving by Savage Pencil . Among Ranaldo's solo records are Dirty Windows , a col-lection of spoken texts with music, Amarillo Ramp (For Robert Smithson) , pieces for the guitar, and Scriptures of the Golden Eternity . His books ...


Appropriation (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... in Western music 1.1 1900s 1.2 1950–1970 1.3 Mid-1960s 1.3.1 Jamaican music 1.4 Late 1960s 1.5 1970s 1.6 1980s to present 2 See also 3 References History of appropriation in Western music [ edit ] Cultural appropriation in Western music ...


Berber music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... music is widely varying across the area they inhabit, but is best known for its place in Moroccan music , the popular Kabyle and Chaoui music of Algeria and the widespread Tuareg music of Algeria , Burkina Faso , Niger and Mali . Ancient ...


Davey Graham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... by the folk guitar player Steve Benbow , who had travelled widely with the army and played a guitar style influenced by Moroccan music. [ 5 ] "Anji"/"Angi" [ edit ] At the age of 19, Graham wrote what is probably his most famous compositio ...


Additive rhythm and divisive rhythm - Wikipedia, the free enc ...

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... African rhythm [ edit ] Main articles: Sub-Saharan African music traditions and Rhythm in Sub-Saharan African music A divisive form of cross-rhythm is the basis for most Sub-Saharan African music traditions. Rhythmic patterns are generated ...


Mahmoud Guinia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... [ edit ] Mahmoud Guinia has put out numerous recordings, which have not been docu-mented very well. In the 1970s or so Moroccan music label Fikriphone released records of both live Lila ceremonies and studio sessions. In the next decades it ...


Hassan Hakmoun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... : Moroccan musicians People from Marrakesh Musicians from Los Angeles, California 1963 births Living people Performers of Sufi music Real World artists Moroccan music Am-erican people of Moroccan descent Hidden categories: Articles with ...


Additive rhythm and divisive rhythm - Wikipedia, the free enc ...

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... African rhythm [ edit ] Main articles: Sub-Saharan African music traditions and Rhythm in Sub-Saharan African music A divisive form of cross-rhythm is the basis for most Sub-Saharan African music traditions. Rhythmic patterns are generated ...


World music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... music (e.g. Japanese and chinese koto music, Indian raga music, Tibetan chants ), Eastern European folk music (e.g. the village music of the Balkans ), Nordic folk music and the many forms of folk and tribal music of the Middle East , ...


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