Disco

I am still in the process of researching the electronic music genre of Disco, so I have copied the summary from Wikipedia. Stay tuned for updates, and don’t forget to check out any related blog entries!

Disco Music
Stylistic Origins: funk and soul music
Cultural Origins: – Britain (Scotland and England), early 1970s
Instruments: electric guitar, bass guitar, electric piano, electronic keyboard, drums, drum machine, horn section, string section
Mainstream popularity: Most popular in the mid-1970s and early 1980s. Now really popular
Derivative forms: hi-nrg, house, euro, italo, techno
Fusion genres: discopunk

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco

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