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    Art music (alternatively called classical music, cultivated music, serious music, and canonic music) is music considered to be of high phonoaesthetic value. It typically implies advanced structural and theoretical considerations [3] or a written musical tradition. [4]

  2. Nylon string, traditionally used for classical music, has a more mellow tone, and the responsiveness of it can be enjoyed typically for folk but other styles of music use it as well (for example, Willie Nelson performs on a nylon strung guitar).

  3. En 2004, Sony y Bertelsmann establecieron una empresa conjunta 50-50 llamada Sony BMG Music Entertainment y transfirieron negocios de Sony Music Entertainment y Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG; Ariola, Columbia, RCA Records, etc) a la empresa conjunta. Aunque más tarde, en 2008, LLC compró una parte de la compañía y la nombró Sony Music.

  4. The word "arabesque" is derived from Western ideas of Arabic music, which were highly embellished. Notable arabesques [ edit ] The opening bars of Jean Sibelius's Arabesque (Op.76, No.9).

  5. The word carol is derived from the Old French word carole, a circle dance accompanied by singers (in turn derived from the Latin choraula).Carols were very popular as dance songs from the 1150s to the 1350s, after which their use expanded as processional songs sung during festivals, while others were written to accompany religious mystery plays (such as the "Coventry Carol", written before 1534).

  6. Many poems of the classical Sangam literature were set to music. There are various references to this ancient musical tradition found in the ancient Sangam books such as Ettuthokai and Pattupattu . The early narrative poem Cilappatikaram , belonging to the post-Sangam period (5th or 6th century) also mentions various forms of music practiced by the Tamil people.

  7. Egyptian music began to be recorded as early as in the 1910s. The Egyptians have always expressed themselves and daily lives and even struggles with their music and traditional folk music. By the 1930s, Egypt's classical musical tradition was already thriving, centered on the city of Cairo.