How Has Music Changed Music Essay

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My essay is about music throughout the decades, I chose this topic because everyone loves music and can relate to it. I personally like the past decade music because I felt like they were more thought out, but there some songs I don’t mind listening to this day. I will answer some questions you might have been wondering or a least I hope I do. It might introduce you to new artist that you never heard about and make you start listening to new genres of music. My essay will show you how music has really changed and in what aspect did it change in. I will start my introduction with the twenties all the way to today, so it’s a lot of decades to get to. I hope whoever is reading my essay enjoys reading it, thank you.…show more content…
Music can you feel many emotions, it could be feelings of happiness, sadness, festive, relaxed and it can remind you of events of the past. Music has the power to do that to you and it’s pretty amazing, and the variety of music there is amazing as well. There is classical, country, jazz, metal, pop, rock, rap, reggae and so much more. Pop is played the most on the radio today, but that’s because our taste in music changed over the years. Most teens nowadays like upbeat fun music to listen to, but everyone has different taste of music. Without the music back then we wouldn’t have the music we have to this day, music is a very important part of…show more content…
Rock and Roll especially changed, R&B and traditional pop into music that would play all day on the radio and television. Country music became more exposed and more and more people were getting into different genres of music. Many new artist and musicians were came and people loved it, Elvis Presley was one of the first super star from this decade. Elvis became famous and was on the radio and on television and now a day is known as a legend. There were tons of popular artist like Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Pattie Page, Johnny Cash, The Everly Brothers, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Pat Boone, Gene Autry, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Same Cooke, Teresa Brewer, Ritchie Valens, Ray Charles and Harry Belafonte. Popular genres at this time was rock and roll, country, traditional pop, rhythms and blues, vocal jazz, calypso, jazz blues and this was only the
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