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American folk music

Posted by Kevin Patterson On June - 1 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Throughout the years American folk music had multiple revivals, the most important one starting in the 40s and lasting until the mid 60s. During this time folk music was often associated with subversion and some bands were even banned from the radio. However, this did not destroy this type of music. On the contrary it made it stronger as people always turned to it whenever faced with injustice.

Relaxing classical music

Posted by Kevin Patterson On March - 21 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Even if you don’t consider yourself a fan of the classical sounds you should still try to listen to some relaxing classical music. Try listening to it before going to bed, when you take a long bath or whenever you need to relieve yourself of the everyday stress. As you integrate this type of music into your life you will definitely see some improvements in your disposition and attitude.

Irish Folk Music Instruments

Posted by Kevin Patterson On December - 2 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

The Irish folk music has survived the cultural diffusion and the influences of cinema, mass media and radio. It is a music for dancing that used daring instruments such as uilleann pipes, flutes, the accordion and the fiddle.

Modern Classical Music

Posted by Kevin Patterson On August - 20 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

The great thing about modern classical music is that it is classified into a wide variety of genders in order to appeal to all tastes. Although this music is not as intensely advertised as pop music, you have definitely enjoyed it in numerous movies. If you consider yourself a music enthusiast then you need to explore the universe of this type of music.

Bluegrass Music

Posted by Kevin Patterson On July - 4 - 2013 ADD COMMENTS

Bluegrass music has its roots in Irish, Scottish and English music shaped by Afro-American musicians with jazz elements. The vocals have a “high lonseome sound” and the traditional instruments include a fiddle, acoustic guitar, upright bass, mandolin and a five-string banjo