Perbezaan antara semakan "Genre muzik"

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(Mencipta laman baru dengan kandungan ''''Genre muzik''' ialah binaan kategori dan tipologi yang mengenal pasti bunyi muzik sebagai tergolong dalam sesuatu kategori dan jenis muzik yang dapat dibeza...')
 
'''Genre muzik''' ialah [[Binaan (falsafah sains)|binaan]] [[kategori]] dan [[tipologi]] yang mengenal pasti bunyi muzik sebagai tergolong dalam sesuatu kategori dan jenis muzik yang dapat dibezakan daripada jenis muzik yang lain.
 
There are several approaches to [[genre]]. In his book ''Form in Tonal Music,'' Douglass M. Green lists the [[madrigal (music)|madrigal]], the [[motet]], the [[canzona]], the [[ricercar]], and the dance as examples of genres (from the Renaissance period). According to Green, "Beethoven's ''Op. 61'' and Mendelssohn's ''Op. 64'' are identical in genre - both are violin concertos - but different in [[Musical form|form]]. Mozart's ''Rondo for Piano, K. 511'', and the ''Agnus Dei'' from his ''Mass, K. 317'' are quite different in genre but happen to be similar in form."<ref>{{cite book |title=Form in Tonal Music |last=Green |first=Douglass M. |authorlink= |coauthors= |year= 1965 |publisher= Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc|location= |isbn= 0030202868 |pages=1 }}</ref> Some treat the terms genre and style as the same, and state that genre should be defined as pieces of [[music]] that share a certain [[style]] or "basic musical language".<ref name="Pete">{{cite book |title=Origins of the Popular Style: The Antanddececedents of Twentieth-Century Popular Music |last=van der Merwe |first= Peter |authorlink=Peter van der Merwe |coauthors= |year= 1989 |publisher=Clarendon Press |location= Oxford |isbn=0-19-316121-4 |pages=3 }}</ref> Others state that genre and style are two separate terms, and that secondary characteristics such as subject matter can also differentiate between genres.<ref name="Moore">Moore, Allan F. [http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0027-4224(200108)82%3A3%3C432%3ACCIMDS%3E2.0.CO%3B2-D "Categorical Conventions in Music Discourse: Style and Genre" Music & Letters], Vol. 82, No. 3 (Aug., 2001), pp. 432-442</ref> A music genre (or sub-genre) could be defined by the [[Musical technique|techniques]], the styles, the context and the themes (content, spirit). Also, [[geographical]] [[origin]] sometimes is used to define the music genre, though a single geographical category will normally include a wide variety of sub-genres.
 
===Fusional origins===
{{Original research|section|date=September 2007}}
In the West, nearly all music except [[Traditional music]] has a fusional origin.