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  1. Trance music - Wikipedia

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    Trance is a genre of electronic music that emerged from the British new-age music scene and the early 1990s German techno and hardcore scenes.. Trance music is characterized by a tempo lying between 135–150 bpm (BPM), repeating melodic phrases and a musical form that distinctly builds tension and elements throughout a track often culminating in 1 to 2 "peaks" or "drops".

  2. Trance muisic - Wikipedia

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    Trance is a genre o electronic muisic that developed in the early 1990s, in Germany an in Goa, Indie. It is chairacterised bi a tempo lyin atween 125 an 150 beats per meenit (BPM), repeatin melodic phrases, an a musical form that distinctly bigs tension an elements ootthrou a track eften culminatin in 1 tae 2 "peaks" or "drops."

  3. Trance (2020 film) - Wikipedia

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    Trance is a 2020 Indian Malayalam-language psychological drama film directed and produced by Anwar Rasheed and written by Vincent Vadakkan. It features Fahadh Faasil in the lead role, while Dileesh Pothan, Gautham Menon, Chemban Vinod Jose, Nazriya Nazim, Soubin Shahir, and Vinayakan play supporting roles.

    • Songs:, Jackson Vijayan, Score:, Sushin Shyam, Jackson Vijayan
    • 20 February 2020 (India)
  4. Trance (2013 film) - Wikipedia

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    Trance is a 2013 British psychological thriller film directed by Danny Boyle with a screenplay by Joe Ahearne and John Hodge from a story by Ahearne. The film stars James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel, and Rosario Dawson.

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  6. List of trance genres - Wikipedia

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    Hands up (sometimes referred to as Euro-trance) is a hybrid of Dream trance, Progressive trance, Hard trance and Eurodance music incorporating hardstyle bass drums and trance elements. It is closely related to uplifting trance. The trance synths at times can sound like techno hoovers with trancey effects and strings backing it up.

    Subgenre
    Origin
    Description
    Notable artists
    Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and United Kingdom
    The prevalent early '90s style, sometimes called "first-wave" trance. Characterized by the use of a Roland TB-303 bass machine as the lead synthesizer.
    Art of Trance, Union Jack, Eternal Basement, Emmanuel Top, Hardfloor, Kai Tracid, Solar Quest, Oliver Lieb, Alex Shelley, Scot Project
    Original form of trance music, said to have originated in the very late '80s or very early '90s. Characterized by less percussion than techno, more melody, arpeggiated melody, and repetitive melodic chords/arpeggios.
    Age of Love, Binary Finary, Cygnus X, Dance 2 Trance, Jam & Spoon, Sven Väth, Oliver Lieb, The KLF
    A variety of epic trance popularized by Robert Miles in the mid-'90s which is highly melodic. Very often it features soothing piano riffs and deep/progressive house music vibes.
    DJ Dado, Robert Miles, The Cynic Project, Zhi-Vago
    Europe; mainly in Germany, Poland, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Russia, Finland, Liechtenstein and United Kingdom
    Hands up (sometimes referred to as Euro-trance) is a hybrid of Dream trance, Progressive trance, Hard trance and Eurodance music incorporating hardstyle bass drums and trance elements. It is closely related to uplifting trance. The trance synths at times can sound like techno hoovers with trancey effects and strings backing it up. The vocals are often pitched up for the most part, but sometimes they can be heard as in normal pitch range. This is often confused as vocal trance because of its use of vocals. The lyrical content is usually primitive, containing an introduction to the song with usually no or little drums, and often includes renderings of classic Happy hardcore anthems or melodies. Also some of the middle '90s Happy Hardcore producers started to produce tracks in this style.
    Jan Wayne, Milk Inc., Special D., Marko Albrecht, Pulsedriver, Cascada, Alice DeeJay, DJ Manian, Insomnia, Basshunter, Master Blaster, Tune Up!
  7. Rave - Wikipedia

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    Trance music: Trance music in its most popular and modern form is an offshoot of house music that originated from the acid house movement and rave scene in the late 1980s. The history of trance music is complicated to refer to, as multiple generations of listeners and musicians have influenced the genre.

  8. Trance – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Trance é uma vertente da música eletrônica que emergiu no início da década de 1990.O gênero é caracterizado pelo tempo entre 125 e 190 bpm, apresentando partes melódicas de sintetizador e uma forma musical progressiva durante a composição, seja de forma crescente ou apresentando quebras.

    Subgênero
    Origem
    Descrição
    Artistas notáveis
    Acid Trance
    Alemanha, Holanda, Bélgica e Reino Unido
    O estilo predominante do início dos anos 90, às vezes chamado de trance de "primeira onda". Caracterizado pelo uso de uma máquina de baixo Roland TB-303 como sintetizador principal.
    Art of Trance, Union Jack, Eternal Basement, Emmanuel Top, Hardfloor, Kai Tracid, Solar Quest, Oliver Lieb, Alex Shelley, Scot Project
    Trance Clássico
    Alemanha
    Forma original de música trance, que se diz ter se originado no final dos anos 80 ou início dos anos 90. Caracterizado por menos percussão do que o techno, mais melodia e melodias repetitivas.
    Age of Love, Binary Finary, Cygnus X, Dance 2 Trance, Jam & Spoon, Sven Väth, Oliver Lieb, The KLF
    Dream Trance
    Itália
    Uma variedade do epic trance popularizado por Robert Miles em meados dos anos 90, que é altamente melódico. Muitas vezes, apresenta riffs de piano suaves e vibrações profundas / progressivas da house music.
    DJ Dado, Robert Miles, The Cynic Project, Zhi-Vago
    Hands Up
    Europa; principalmente na Alemanha, Polônia, Holanda, Bélgica, França, Rússia, Finlândia, Liechtenstein e Reino Unido
    Hands up (também conhecido como Euro-trance) é um híbrido dos estilos Dream trance, Progressive trance, Hard trance e Eurodance que incorporam tambores de baixo e elementos de trance. Está intimamente relacionado ao uplifting trance. Às vezes, os sintetizadores de trance podem soar como tecladistas com efeitos tranceiros e cordas de backup. Os vocais geralmente são aumentados em sua maior parte, mas às vezes podem ser ouvidos como na faixa normal de afinação. Isso geralmente é confundido como vocal trance devido ao uso de vocais. O conteúdo lírico é geralmente primitivo, contendo uma introdução à música, geralmente com pouca bateria, e muitas vezes inclui reproduções de hinos ou melodias clássicos do happy hardcore. Também alguns dos produtores do meio dos anos 90 do Happy Hardcore começaram a produzir faixas nesse estilo.
    Jan Wayne, Milk Inc., Special D., Marko Albrecht, Pulsedriver, Cascada, Alice DeeJay, DJ Manian, Insomnia, Tune Up!,
  9. N-Trance - Wikipedia

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    N-Trance's next single was a eurodance song called "Turn Up the Power" which featured vocals from Rachel McFarlane, of Loveland, and a rap by T-1K. This song was a fairly big hit, getting to No. 23. After a few years of performing live over the UK, N-Trance's popularity and the reception towards "Set You Free" had increased significantly. The ...

  10. Electronic dance music - Wikipedia

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    Electronic dance music (EDM), also known as dance music, club music, or simply dance, is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs, raves and festivals. It is generally produced for playback by DJs who create seamless selections of tracks, called a mix , by segueing from one recording to another. [2]

  11. A State of Trance - Wikipedia

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    A State of Trance (often abbreviated as ASOT) is a Dutch trance radio show hosted by Armin van Buuren and co-producers Ruben de Ronde and Ferry Corsten that first aired in May 2001. It is aired weekly every Thursday at 20:00 (CET) and 14:00 (EST) and its number of listeners is estimated at 40 million.