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Pop music is a genre of popular music distinguished from classical or art music and folk music. The term indicates specific stylistic but also the kind of artists working in various styles like rock, hip hop, rhythm and blues (R & B), and the country, making it a flexible category. The term “pop music” may also be used to refer to particular subgenres (in the genre of pop music), which in some cases is known as soft rock and pop / rock.
Characteristics as a subgenus
Pop “is designed to appeal to everyone” and “does not come from nowhere in particular or to highlight a special taste.” In musical terms, is essentially “conservative” in an earlier attempt to resonate with much of the public to push the boundaries of art. Is “always on top (for the record companies, radio programmers and concert promoters) rather than being made of the earth …” (Frith 2001, p.95-96). But over time the doll disappeared from his “people in general” to “gender”, described as the sound of music like rap, but with singing. This is because the radio calling it “pop stations “with a strong preference for certain sounds by releasing other popular groups which have no place in the categories or other sound such as rock in the” alternative “have the label.
Often used to power the popular music genres at a time to describe the term “pop” not be used to describe a particular style.
History of pop music
1930 and 1940: Styles influencing the later development of pop, blues (Chicago), and country (Tennessee)
1950: The first pop artists including Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and Peggy Lee, but other artists like Bill Haley & His Comets, Fats Domino and Elvis Presley has made it popular among the younger generation.