folk music

  1. the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community
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  • A neo-Classical representation of folk music and simplicity, this small work was written in honor of Enesco and Jora on their 60th and 50th birthdays.
  • From death metal to violins and Jewish harps, folk music, punk, soul, reggae and gospel, we've got it all.
  • I'm really into folk music.
  • Says the Richmond composer, I thought it would be great to write a sequel showing how [Porgy] goes up north, and on the way he runs into jazz, rag, barrelhouse, jug band, gospel, all the early black folk music styles. Archive 2006-11-01
  • In the beginning, even Scotland's leading folk musicians thought Celtic Connections was a barmy idea.
  • Its tranquil moments convey a nostalgic yearning common to Japanese folk music.
  • Show me a folk music audience and I'll show you the emotionally needy.
  • I think, when I was a kid, I was always really fascinated with folk music and folk tales and fairytales and have always just kind of harbored this fascination with them. Colin Meloy: '10-Dollar Words' For A Cause
  • Tibetan music includes folk music and religious music.
  • Detailed study of folk music from a variety of countries reveals many close parallels.
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