Cute Italian Folk Song in Europe

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Bayan is a pneumatic instrument with a full chromatic scale on the right keyboard, bass and ready or ready-elected accompaniment on the left. Modern version of the manual harmonics. In the Western tradition from the left accordion chord keyboard is regarded as a kind of button accordion. First hand harmonica with full chromatic scale constructed Bavarian master Mirvald from Ziletue (Germany) in 1891. This tool has three-row button right keyboard with a range of four octaves. Sound when opening his fur-jamming published the same. Accompaniment keyboard left at first consisted only of major triads, but it was soon improved and consisted of 12 bass sounds in the 1st row, major and minor triads in the 2nd and 3rd row, respectively.

Already about 1892 such harmonica became known in Russia, where the scale of its system right keyboard became known as “foreign”, and later, in the XX century when these instruments began to make Moscow masters, and then in Tula and other cities in central Russia – Moscow. In Russia, Moscow is the layout for accordions standard to date. Bayan is composed of three parts – the right and left half-shells, between which there is fur camera. Sound in the accordion is due to fluctuations in the reeds in the openings voice strips under the influence of air flow chamber fur or fur camera.

The traditional Italian music is a term for all the music traditional Italian Peninsula as a result of the history of ‘ Italy, for centuries divided into several small states, there is no single typical traditional music common, so they reflect the position geographical area in which they reside: in the south of Europe and in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea: Arabic influences, African, Celtic, Persian, Venetian, Latin, and domestic slave influances.

The influences of Celtic and Slavic choral projects and group voice to the north in contrast to the strident monody Greek, Arab and African south. In central Italy these influences are combined, while the indigenous traditions such as storytelling and ballad singing remain. The traditional Sardinian music is also distinct from the rest of Italy, and is known for its polyphonic singing of the levels.

The highly urbanized provinces of central Italy are also known for the poems sung with Eighth rhyme of the Middle Ages, especially in Tuscany, Lazio and Abruzzo. The eighth rhyme was used by poets-farmers who used the poems of Homer and Dante, like most modern texts with political and social issues. They are often improvised, and sometimes are born on the eighth race-based rhyme.

Singing and more particularly the polyphony seem to mark territory with contrasting idioms. The important organology also demonstrates the importance of the development of dance music in the countryside.

The music of Italy covers a broad spectrum of opera and instrumental music, the traditional styles of each region, and a set of popular music and romance based on both native and foreign sources. Music has traditionally been one of the features cultural identity of ethnic and national of Italy, and holds an important place in society and politics of the country. Innovations in the musical scale, the harmony, the notation and theatrical music, produced the development of opera in the late sixteenth century and much of the classical European, including the symphony and the concerto.

In the particular case of the opera, it should be emphasized that constitutes a fundamental part of Italian musical culture, with influences that have reached the highly popular music. The tradition of the canzone Neapolitan and songwriter styles also represent an important part of the Italian music industry, alongside imported genres like jazz, music, rock and hip hop. Music Folk is primoridial Italian cultural heritage in the country, and covers a wide range of regional styles, dances and instruments.

The country’s historical contributions in the field of music are part of national pride. The relatively recent history of Italy as a unified country includes the development of the traditional operatic spread worldwide. Even before the formation of Italy as a nation, was the birthplace of important innovations in areas such as musical notation and Gregorian chant. To sound a musical note, simply fluctuate air opening or closing the accordion while one or more keys are pressed.

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