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  Timeline of trends in music (1800-1899) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Congo Square in New Orleans becomes a hotbed of musical fusionism, uniting dances from across North America and the Caribbean
The earliest known appearance of mariachi music in Mexico
The Russian Music Society is founded to encourage appreciation of classical music, especially from Germany; composers and brothers Antonin and Nikolay Rubinstein were among the most influential figures of this period.
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 Timeline of trends in music to 1899
See also: list of musical events, Timeline of trends in music (1900-1950), Timeline of trends in music (1951-1979), Timeline of trends in music (1980-present)
Beginning of the Nara period in Japan, and the introduction of komagaku[?] and togaku[?] music
Vocals in church music begins moving in parallel; this is the beginning of polyphony (see organum[?])
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 Timeline of trends in music (2000-present) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Individuality in music increases as the decade rolls along, especially in 2002, 2004, and 2006 as singer-songwriters and solo artists enter the music industry.
While British dance and electronic music starts entering a crisis from which has not really recovered by the middle of the decade, Germany (especially the city of Berlin) becomes the new hotbed of the genre.
Madonna is expected to become the first female artist with the highest grossing concert tour in history of $200 million with her Confessions Tour according to Billboard magazine.
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 Timeline of trends in music (1920-1929) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ethnic Greeks from Asia Minor move en masse to Greece; this is the root of remb├ętika music
Gospel music begins to enter the mainstream, promoted by jubilee quartets (such as the Norfolk Jubilee Quartet), jackleg preachers (such as Blind Willie Johnson and Washington Phillips) and singing preachers (such as Reverend J. Gates)
Hillbilly music's two biggest performers, The Carters and Jimmie Rodgers, make their first recording in a session led by Ralph Peer; Jimmie Rodgers proves most influential, adapting yodelling, Hawaiian slide guitar and blues-style musicianship for country music
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 Learn more about Timeline of trends in music (1950-1969) in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
See also: List of years in music, Timeline of trends in music to 1899, Timeline of trends in music (1900-1949), Timeline of trends in music (1970-1979), Timeline of trends in music (1980-1989), Timeline of trends in music (1990-present)
The term salsa music is first used to describe Tito Puente and similar artists, who had been performing in the style for some twenty-five years
Webert Sicot begins a solo musical career, going on to be a pioneer in the development of cadence rampa, while minijazz begins growing in popularity
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 Timeline of trends in music (1980-present)
See also: List of years in music, Timeline of trends in music to 1899, Timeline of trends in music (1900-1950), Timeline of trends in music (1951-1979)
Gabba (a form of techno music) emerges and is popular in Scotland and the Netherlands
DJ Spooky's Songs of a Dead Dreamer marks the beginning of illbient electronic music; Single Cell Orchestra (Single Cell Orchestra[?]) and Spectre (The Illness[?]) also release important illbient albums; Plug (Plug 1[?]), Aphex Twin (Richard D. James Album[?]) and Squarepusher (Conumber[?]) emerge with drill n bass music.
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 Learn more about Timeline of trends in music (1990-present) in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Learn more about Timeline of trends in music (1990-present) in the online encyclopedia.
See also: List of years in music, Timeline of trends in music to 1899, Timeline of trends in music (1900-1949), Timeline of trends in music (1950-1969), Timeline of trends in music (1970-1979), Timeline of trends in music (1980-1989)
Boi music begins to crack into mainstream markets in Brazil as the town of Parintins becomes a major tourist attraction and local musicians make an accessible form of the folk music
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 Timeline of trends in music (1970-1979)
Spectrum marks the beginning of a new phase of Australian rock when their debut single 'I'll Be Gone' goes to #1.
Colonel Moussa Traoré begins to encourage a roots revival of Mande traditional music; one of the future stars of Malian pop, Tidiane Koné forms Rail Band du Buffet Hôtel de la Gare;, launching the careers of Salif Keita and Mory Kanté
The Soul to Soul festival is held in Accra, featuring Wilson Pickett, Ike and Tina Turner and Carlos Santana; the concert is seen as a validation of Ghanaian music by the African American (and Mexican-American) superstars
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