Disco

Disco is a style of dance music and a subculture that emerged in the Nineteen Seventies from the United States’ city nightlife scene.

The disco sound is typified by means of “four-on-the-floor” beats, syncopated basslines, and string sections, horns, electric powered piano, synthesizers, and electric rhythm guitars. Lead guitar points less frequently in disco than in rock. Well-known disco artists include Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, the Bee Gees, Chic, KC and the Sunshine Band, Thelma Houston, Sister Sledge, Cerrone, Village People and Michael Jackson.While performers and singers garnered public attention, file producers working at the back of the scenes played an important role in growing the genre. Films such as Saturday Night Fever (1977) and Thank God It’s Friday (1978) contributed to disco’s mainstream popularity.

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Funk

Funk Funk track is now not an remoted genre, but one comes from a wealthy musical lineage. In the late 19th century, African American musicians

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Gospel

Gospel The precursor to black Gospel song is the African American spiritual, which had already been around for properly over a century before Gospel track began its upward push to reputation starting in the 1930s. Songs written through African American composers in

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Ragtime Post

RAGTIME Ragtime was popularized from 1896 to 1920.  Ragtime  is usually categorized by Upbeat music played on a piano. Ragtime popularized sheet music. People would buy sheet music

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Musical Theater

Musical Theater Black people have been so under represented in musical theater. My people are often represent them but by doing blackface or are other

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