pop music

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Synonyms for pop music

music of general appeal to teenagers

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Since the sheer open-endedness of teaching pop music is intimidating for some teachers--a short "Quick-Start" list of a few songs with teaching plans for different ages would be a nice addition.
The emergence of the X Factor and other talent shows have also been blamed in some circles for the perceived poor quality of modern-day pop music.
She will always be regarded as the undisputed pioneer of sub-continental pop music, selling a staggering 60 million records internationally in a career spanning two decades.
Susan Walton, 49, a housewife from Pallister Park, said: "I like pop music, Diana Ross and all the old soul bands.
Reeder said the analysis showed that brands are once again partnering with celebrities and using pop music to maximize brand awareness and forge emotional connections with consumers.
Doyle doubled up on Pop Music for trainer Julia Feilden in the 1m1f handicap.
As Sting has argued, Dowland's music was the pop music of its day and was often performed by nonprofessionals, which would seem to allow a pop artist of today some leeway.
The collection of 160 commercially-produced audio cassette tapes spans 35 years of Indonesian pop music from 1970 to 2005.
The world of commercial pop music is youth-oriented and globalized, the aim being to synthesize a recording that every 16-year-old on the planet will buy at the same time.
World Without Windows, the debut album of the inspiring young band Creation, is an engaging collection of modern pop music from the exclusive perspective of the 12 and 13-year-old members of the band.
Any interested in 50s pop music must read GREAT PRETENDERS: MY STRANGE LOVE AFFAIR WITH '50S POP MUSIC: it tells of the mid-1960s-born author who fosters an interest in the genre as her parents' marriage mirrors the ups and downs of the 50s musical movement and finally fails.
Over the past year or so, in exhibitions in Moscow, Lyon, Essen, and elsewhere, each of Afif's objects was accompanied by a text attached to the wall: a song bearing the title of the piece and written by one or another friend of his--a by-product through which the work of art escapes the fine arts to join the world of industrial culture and pop music.
Pop music history is filled with musicians who are too quirky and unusual to appeal to a the usual mass listening audience, so it's about time they received their own allocates in a title such as Lost In The Grooves: Scram's Capricious Guide To The Music You Missed by Kim Cooper & David Smay, Editors (0415969980, $19.
Rock and pop music developed in the 1950s and 60s and is the most popular music of young people even today, though it's evolved quite a bit from its original appearance: Music: Pop And Rock follows all these transitions and changes, from different styles of music such as rap and romantic movements to female performers, techno and more.
THE IRISH BAND U2 has been a pop music and pop culture phenomenon for over two decades.