... attached to a system of ethics and values, like those derivative of the [[punk]] movement.
... musical and business aspects of music. For example: indie-[[rock]], indie-pop, indie-[[rap]], indie-[[metal]], etc. Yet, indie is still widely used as a
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| Genre = [[Rock music|Rock]], [[glam rock]], [[art rock]], [[pop rock]], [[blue-eyed soul]], [[experimental music|experimental]]
...ley|Elvis]]-inspired rock while also working with many British [[Pop music|pop]] styles.
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...iction is what we point to when we say it."<ref>Damon Francis Knight. ''In Search of Wonder: Essays on Modern Science Fiction.'' (Advent Publishing, Inc, 196
...tion Citations''. accessdate 2007-02-02</ref> As science fiction entered [[popular culture]], writers and fans active in the field came to associate the t
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...ely adopted from the seventeenth century. The harmony of many contemporary popular Western genres continues to be founded in the use of triads and seventh
...colspan="2" | Component intervals || Example || [[Chord (music)#Guitar and pop chords|Chord symbol]]
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...e varieties of [[folk music|folk]], [[popular music|popular]], [[pop music|pop]], and, most recently, rock music. The origins of Indian classical music ca
... time. The work of composers like [[Kabir]] or [[Nanak]]、composed in the popular language of the people (as opposed to Sanskrit)part of a larger [[Bhakt
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...stalled and it was not used to develop new computer music, instead playing popular tunes.
...r Music Center]], is the oldest center for electronic and computer music research in the United States. It was founded in 1958, by [[Vladimir Ussachevsky]] a
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... training and feel no need for training. The 'look see' method seems to be popular too. Other cultures have traditions of rigorous formal training that ma
...of the discipline into music theory, music history, and ethnomusicology. Research in musicology has often been enriched by cross-disciplinary work, for examp
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...sic revival. Singer-songwriters such as [[Bob Dylan]] and Phil Ochs gained popularity in the mid 1960s.
... in 1961 with "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." Peter, Paul, and Mary did much to popularize Bob Dylan as a songwriter when they covered his song, "Blowing in th
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...en in the history of [[rock]] [[music]]. He has been referenced throughout pop culture in film, literature, television, theater, poetry, and even comic bo
...ege, Morrison began practicing Charles MacKay's (author of ''Extraordinary Popular Delusions And The Madness Of Crowds'') insights regarding influencing a
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