Youth musical culture Jazz Jazz - a sort of pleasure music of mainly dancing character. At the heart of a jazz improvisation lies.
Rock`n`roll Rock and roll (often written as rock & roll or rock 'n' roll) is a genre of popular music that originated and evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s, primarily from a combination of the blues, country music, jazz, and gospel music.Though elements of rock and roll can be heard in country records of the 1930s,and in blues records from the 1920s, rock and roll did not acquire its name until the 1950s. An early form of rock and roll was rockabilly, which combined country and jazz with influences from traditional Appalachian folk music and gospel.
Country rock, folk rock At the heart of a country rock vocal and tool music of countrymen, and folk fate (folk rock, from folk music - "folk music" and "fate") - traditions of a city song lies.
Rock opera The rock opera genre has united in itself lines of fate and classical music. However at the heart of a rock opera – a rock music. Its stylistics go back to various directions of fate (that at all doesn't exclude loans from classical music, a jazz etc.)
Musical The term "musical" (musical, from musical comedy - «a musical comedy») have thought up the Americans, loving to save in words.
Glam rock Glam rock (glam rock, from glamorous - "charming", "seductive", "effective" and "fate"). Glam has arisen in reply to complication of a rock music and occurrence of "progressive" fate.
Ethnic music Ethnic music is a motley world of genres, styles and the forms often connecting elements of musical traditions of the most different epoch and the people.
New wave The musical phenomenon - «a new wave» (new wave) has arisen in second half 70th and has had the greatest development to Great Britain and the USA.
Heavy metal Word combination «heavy - threw» (heavy metal - «heavy metal») has arisen how has appeared in a modern rock music, and it was originally used by bikers.
Pop music Pop music (pop music) occurs from the reduced word combination «popular music» (popular music).
Rap Rap - (rap) «rhythmic American poetry». The rap native land - poor area of New York – Southern Bronx.
Rave On a boundary of 70-80th there was a new phenomenon of modern culture - a rave (rave - to "admire,"rave, "rage").
Alternative Alternative music or alternative (alternative - «one of two») name set of the currents existing approximately with 1985 on 1995.
Avant-garde The concept musical avant-guard (avant-garde - "advance party") has appeared in classical music soon after the Second World War.