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  1. Theatrical music was hugely important in the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century; its significance only began to wane with the change in political and social weather in the second part of the 20th century. Radio, which began in Cuba in 1922, helped the growth of popular music because it provided publicity and a new source of ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Arabic_musicArabic music - Wikipedia

    In the early 20th century, Egypt was the first in a series of Arab countries to experience a sudden emergence of nationalism, as it became independent after 2000 years of foreign rule. Any English, French or European songs got replaced by national Egyptian music. Cairo became a center for musical innovation.

  3. Strophic Form: a design in VOCAL music, in which the same music is used for several different verses (strophes) of words. [Example: "Deck the Halls" has many verses of words sung to the same music.] Verse 1 . . . Verse 2 . . . Verse 3 (etc.) Through-composed a structure in which there is no repeat or return of any large-scale musical section.

  4. Ballad Examples. The following examples of ballads show several types of variations of the form. To help highlight the structure of each example, we've highlighted all "A" rhymes in green, "B" rhymes in red, and "C" rhymes in yellow. Folk Ballad: "Barbara Allen" "Barbara Allen" is a folk ballad that follows the traditional A B C B rhyme scheme ...

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