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  1. › wiki › Frank_ZappaFrank Zappa - Wikipedia

    I, contained orchestral Zappa compositions conducted by Kent Nagano and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO). A second record of these sessions, London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. II was released in 1987. The material was recorded under a tight schedule with Zappa providing all funding, helped by the commercial success of "Valley Girl".

  2. › wiki › Operatic_popOperatic pop - Wikipedia

    Operatic pop or popera is a subgenre of pop music that is performed in an operatic singing style or a song, theme or motif from classical music stylized as pop. The subgenre is often performed by classical crossover singers and acts, although that field is much broader in the types of music it encompasses.

  3. › wiki › Dream_popDream pop - Wikipedia

    Dream pop (also typeset as dreampop) is a subgenre of alternative rock and neo-psychedelia that emphasizes atmosphere and sonic texture as much as pop melody. Common characteristics include breathy vocals, dense productions, and effects such as reverb , echo , tremolo , and chorus .

  4. Indonesian pop music today, known simply as "pop Indonesia" sometimes influenced by trends and recordings from West music,. Although influences ranging from American pop, British pop, and also Asian J-pop are obvious, the Indonesian pop phenomena is not completely derivative; it expresses the sentiments and styles of contemporary Indonesian life.

  5. Symphonic black metal is a style of black metal that incorporates symphonic and orchestral elements. This may include the usage of keyboards to conjure up "pseudo-orchestral" soundscapes with default presets (e.g. strings, choirs, piano, organs, and pads), or full orchestral arrangements.

  6. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (englisch für: Orchestrale Manöver im Dunkeln), kurz OMD oder O.M.D., ist eine britische Popband. Sie gehörte in den 1980er Jahren zu den erfolgreichen Vertretern des Synth Pops sowie der New Wave .

  7. › wiki › Indian_popIndian pop - Wikipedia

    Indian pop music, also known as Indi-pop, refers to pop music produced in India that is independent from filmi soundtracks for Indian cinema, such as the music of Bollywood, which tends to be more popular. Indian pop is closely linked to Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood and the Asian Underground scene of the United Kingdom.