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en en en ? ik vind nederlands talig op een dronken avond wel lachen.­
acidtechno, breakcore, classics, club, darkcore, early hardcore, electro, harddance, hardtrance, hiphop, house, industrial hardcore, lounge, oldschool, progressive, schranz, speedcore, techno, terror, trance, rock, nederlandstalig
Uitspraak van HenQ :bier: op zondag 7 januari 2007 om 17:51:
dat vind jij dus elke avond lachen ?

daar komt het wel op neer :P behalve op begrafenissen .. dan drink ik niet :p
• Aak - Korean court music
• Aaroubi - evolved form of al-andalous classical music which comes from Algiers
• Abaimajani
• Abajeños - folk music of the Perépecha of Mexico
• Aboriginal rock - rock and roll mixed with Australian aborigine music, began in 1980s
• Abstract hip hop
• Abwe
• Acad-Emo Ugh Danielle, I am a massive douchebag ! !
• Acoustic Rock
• Acoustic Techno Fusion
• Acid croft - mixture of traditional Scottish music with house influences
• Acid house - house music using simple tone generators with tempo-controlled resonant filters
• Acid groove
• Acid jazz - jazz mixed with soul, hip hop and funk
• Acid rap
• Acid rock
• Acid techno
• Adai-adai
• Aduk-aduk
• Adult contemporary
• Anti-Serious Music
• Afoxé
• African blues
• African jazz
• Afrobeat - African rhythms mixed with American funk
• Afro-Cuban jazz - jazz mixed with merengue, salsa or other Latin forms
• Afro-Cuban rumba
• Afro-juju
• Afro-Manding blues
• Afro-Punk
• Afro-reggae
• Afro-soul
• Afro-zouk
• Afroma
• Aguinaldo
• Ahouach
• Ahidus
• Air
• Akyn - Kazakh folk music made by travelling musicians also called akyn
• Al-âla
• Alb-pop - Albanian pop music
• Aleatoric music - music the composition of which is partially left to chance
• Algerias
• Alomaco
• Alpine New Wave
• Alpunk
• Alternative country - reaction against the 1990s highly-polished Nashville sound
• Alternative hip hop - opposite of gangsta rap, usually includes socially or politically aware lyrics (also known as alternative rap or Bohemian hip hop)
• Alternative metal - catch-all term for heavy metal mixed with punk, funk, hip hop or other influences
• Alternative rock - broad movement born in the 1980s generally relegated to the underground music scene and operating outside of the mainstream
• Alternative synth - Also known as Subliminal, this features usually a repeatative bass riff and/or a bass riff that is played backwards.­ It also features a lot of keyboards and is usually instrumental
• Amanédhes
• Ambient - atmospheric electronic music combined with jazz, New Age and other influences
• Ambient acoustic
• Ambient breakbeat
• Ambient dub
• Ambient house
• Ambient groove
• Ambient techno
• Ambient trance
• American fingerstyle guitar (American primitive guitar)
• Americana
• Anadolu rock - Turkish rock music
• Anarcho-punk - 1970s mixture of punk rock with anarchist lyrics
• Andártika
• Andean New Age - a mixture of native Peruvian and Western musics which arose in tourist areas in Lima, Cuzco, and Ollantaytambo
• Angklung - Osinger and Balinese style of gamelan performed exclusively by young boys
• Angolan merengue
• Anti-folk
• Antiphonal
• Apala
• Appalachian folk - in the United States, commonly referred to as simply folk music
• Arabesk - Turkish popular music
• Areito
• Arena rock - 1970s catchy, bombastic mixture of hard rock, prog and pop music
• Argentinean rock
• Arpa grande - a style of rural Mexican folk music
• Arribeño - lyrical folk music from Sierra Gorda, Mexico
• Ars antiqua
• Ars nova
• Art metal
• Art punk
• Art rock
• Ashiq - Azeri bards who sing and accompany themselves on a saz (a kind of lute)
• Ashoug
• Asian Underground - British-based form of Indian and Western fusion
• Australian country music (see also Country music)
• Australian pub rock
• Australian hip hop
• Australian humour
• Australian warmetal
• Avant-garde jazz
• Avant-garde music - any kind of experimental music incorporated bizarre ideas, structures or instrumentation
• Axé - pop music from Salvador, Bahia
• Bachata
• Baião
• Bakersfield sound - gritty, hard-edged reaction against 1950s pop country (Nashville sound)
• Bakshy - Turkmen folk music made by travelling musicians also called bakshy
• Baiáo - Dance music created by a trio of triangle, bass drum and accordion
• Baila - Sri Lankan dance music derived from African slaves held by the Portuguese
• Baisha xiyue - a song and dance suite from the Naxi of Lijiang, China
• Bajourou
• Bakou - trilling vocals that accompany Wolof wrestling
• Bagad
• Bal granmoun
• Bal-musette
• Balakadri
• Ballad - generic term for usually slow, romantic, despairing and catastrophic songs
• Ballad calypso
• Ballata
• Ballet (music)
• Balkan music
• Balss
• Bamberas
• Bamboo band - originally from the Solomon Islands, music played by hitting bamboo tubes with sandals
• Bamboula wake
• Bambuco
• Banda - Mexican brass norteño pop music invented in the 1960s
• Bangsawan
• Bantowbol
• Barbarian Black Metal - exreme black metal about paganism and barbarism
• Barbershop music - extremely melodic a cappella vocal style
• Barndance
• Baroque music - 17th-18th century European classical music
• Baroque metal
• Bass music (Miami bass, Booty bass) - electro influenced form of hip hop dance music arising in Miami, Florida
• Bastard Pop
• Batá
• Batá-rumba
• Batucada
• Batuco
• Bayin - Taiwanese Hakka instrumental music
• Beach music
• Beatboxing
• Bebop - 1940s jazz style with complex improvisation and a fast tempo
• Bedoui
• Bedoui citadinisé
• Beguine (biguine)
• Beguine moderne
• Beguine vide
• Beiguan - Taiwanese instrumental music
• Bel canto - Italian vocal style which arose in the late 16th century and which ended in the mid-19th century
• Belair
• Bend-skin
• Benga
• Bhajan - a northern Hindu religious song
• Bhakti
• Bhangra - originally Punjabi dance music which became popular in the UK
• Bhangra-wine
• Bhangragga
• Bhangramuffin
• Big band music - large orchestras which play a form of swing music
• Big Beat - 1990s electronic music based on breakbeat with other influences
• Big Hip
• Biguine - Martinican folk music
• Biguine moderne - Martinican biguine adapted to pop forms and including reggae and other influences
• Black metal - highly distorted and swift form of heavy metal
• Bloco afro
• Bluegrass - American country music mixed with Irish and Scottish influences
• Blue-eyed soul
• Blues - African-American music from the Mississippi Delta area
• Blues ballad
• Blues-rock
• Blurcore
• Big Drum Dance
• Bigono duu
• Bitchcore
• Bitpop
• Bocet
• Boi - Central Amazonian folk music
• Bolero - Spanish and Cuban dance and music
• Bomba
• Bombay pop
• Bongo - distinctive African drum and style of drumming
• Bongo wake
• Boogie rock
• Boogie woogie - style of piano-based blues popular in the 1940s US
• Boogaloo - soul and mambo fusion popular in 1960s United States
• Booty bass (Miami bass, Bass music)
• Borbangnadyr
• Borbannadir - type of Tuvan xoomii said to sound like the rapids of a river
• Border ballad
• Bossa nova
• Bouncy techno
• Boy band
• Brass band
• Brass Hop
• Brazilian funk
• Brazilian jazz - bossa nova and samba mixed with American jazz
• Breakbeat
• Breakbeat hardcore
• Breakcore
• Bright disco
• Brill Building Pop
• Britfunk
• Britpop
• British blues
• British folk
• British Invasion
• Broadside ballad
• Broken beat
• Brown-eyed soul
• Broxa (brosca)
• Brukdown - rural Belizean creole music
• Bubblegum pop - sometimes synonymous with pop music, especially that performed by teen idols;­ can also refer to specific styles of South African or Japanese pop
• Buiasche
• Bikutsi
• Bulerias
• Bumba-meu-boi
• Bunggul
• Bunraku - Japanese style originated from a kind of puppet-theater.­
• Burger-highlife
• Burgundian School

• Ca din tulnic
• Ca pe lunca
• Ca tru - (hat a dao) Vietnamese folk music
• Cabaret
• Cadence
• Cadence-lypso - guitar-dominated Cadence music combined with calypso horns
• Cadence rampa
• Café-aman
• Cai luong - Vietnamese opera
• Cajun music
• Cakewalk
• Calenda - Trinidadian drum dance
• Calentanos - folk music of the Balsas River Basin, Mexico
• Calgia - traditional urban ensemble music from Macedonia
• Calipso - Venezuelan calypso music
• Calypso - Trinidadian folk, and later pop, genre
• Calypso-style baila - Sri Lankan baila mixed with calypso influences
• Campursari - Indonesian modern folk music, a fusion of dangdut, langgam, and pop music
• Campillaneros
• Caña
• Candombe
• Canon
• Cante chico
• Cante jondo
• Canterbury Scene
• Cantiñas
• Cantiga - Portuguese ballad form
• Cantique
• Canto livre - Portuguese modernized fado
• Canto nuevo - Bolivian pop-folk music which evolved out of Chilean nueva cancion
• Canto popular - Uruguayan singer-songwriter nativist music
• Cantopop - western-style pop music from Hong Kong
• Canzone napoletana - urban songs from Naples
• Capoeira music
• Caracoles
• Carceleras
• Cardas
• Caribbean
• Carimbó - dance music of Belém, Brazil
• Cariso
• Carnatic music
• Carol
• Cartageneras
• Cassé-co
• Cassette culture
• Castilian
• Cavacha
• CCM (Contemporary Christian Music)
• Celempungan
• Cello rock
• Celtic
• Celtic fusion
• Celtic metal
• Celtic punk
• Celtic reggae
• Celtic rock
• Cha-cha-cha
• Chakacha
• Chamamé - Argentinian folk music
• Chamber jazz
• Chamber pop
• Chamber music
• Champeta - Colombian musical form derived from African communities in Cartagena
• Champloo
• Changuí
• Chanson
• Charanga
• Charanga-vallenato - 1980s mixture of salsa, charanga and vallenata
• Charikawi
• Chastushki - humorous Russian folk songs
• Chau van - Vietnamese trance music
• Chemical breaks
• Chèo
• Chill-Out
• Chicago house
• Chicken scratch - Arizona-based Native American music
• Chimurenga (mbira)
• Chinese music
• Chinese rock - rock and roll from China / Taiwan, often with protest lyrics
• Chip music
• Chongak - Korean aristocratic chamber music
• Chouval bwa
• Chowtal
• Chicago blues
• Chicago house
• Chicago jazz (Dixieland jazz)
• Chicago soul
• Chicha - a Peruvian fusion of rock and roll, cumbia and huayno
• Cho-kantrum - the most traditional form of Cambodian kantrum
• Choctaw Social Dance
• Chorinho
• Choro - Brazilian folk music
• Christian alternative
• Christmas carol
• Christian Hardcore
• Christian hip hop
• Christian metal
• Christian rock
• Chylandyk - type of xoomii which sounds like the chirping of crickets
• Chumba
• Chut-kai-pang
• Chutney - popular Indo-Trinidadian music
• Chutney-bhangra
• Chutney-hip hop
• Chutney-soca - Chutney mixed with calypso and other influences
• Cigányzene
• Cînd ciobanu s-i a pierdut oile
• Cîntec batrînesc
• Ciobanul
• Classic female blues - early popular form of blues
• Classic metal
• Classical music era (~1730-1820), for what's popularly known as "classical music", see European classical music or List of musical movements
• Clicks n Cuts
• Close harmony
• Cocobale
• Coimbra fado - a form of refined fado from Coimbra, Portugal
• Colombianas
• Comedy rock
• Comic opera
• Comparsa
• Compas direct
• Compas meringue
• Concert overture
• Concerto
• Concerto grosso
• Congo - Panamanian dance music
• Congolese sound
• Conjunto
• Contemporary Christian Music (CCM)
• Contonbley
• Contradanza
• Cool jazz
• Cocorrido
• Coladeira
• Coldwave (or industrial rock)
• Combined Rhythm - music of the Dutch Antilles
• Corsican polyphonic song
• Cothoza mfana
• Country blues
• Country music
• Country rock
• Countrypolitan
• Couple de sonneurs - Breton dance music
• Cow punk
• Creative jazz
• Creole
• Crossover music
• Crunk
• Crust punk
• Csárdás
• Cuarteto - Argentinian folk music
• Cueca
• Cumbia - popular dance music, originally Colombian but now popular across Latin America, especially Mexico
• Cumbia panameña - Panamanian cumbia
• Cumfa
• Cumbia villera - Argentinian type of cumbia which contains marginal lyrics
• Dabka (Dabke) - Palestinian dance music for weddings
• Dadra
• Daina - Latvian sung poetry
• Daino - Lithuanian traditional music
• Dalauna
• Dance (musical form) - dance (form of musical composition)
• Dance music - any rhythmic music intended for dancing
• Dance-pop - comtemporary form of dance music with pop music structures
• Dance-punk
• Dancehall
• Dangdut - popular Indonesian dance music with influences from Arabic and Indian music
• Danube New Wave - mixture of Viennese schrammelmusik and American blues and rock and roll
• Danza
• Danzón
• Dark ambient
• Dark trance
• Darkwave
• Dementia - relating to the style of music popularized by the Dr. Demento Show
• De codru
• De dragoste
• De jale
• De pahar
• Death industrial
• Death metal
• Death rock (also known as death punk)
• Death techno
• Deblas
• Deboche - Brazilian fusion of electric frevo and ijexá
• Décima
• Degung
• Delta blues
• Deep house
• Deep soul
• Dementia
• Desi - Indian folk music
• Detroit blues
• Detroit techno
• Dhamar - a type of highly-oranemented dhrupad
• Dhimotiká - traditional Greek songs
• Dhrupad - Hindustani vocal music performed by men singing in medieval Hindi
• Dhun
• Dialect rock - rock music sung in various Swiss-German dialects
• Digital hardcore
• Din Dain- Ambient blues trance
• Dirge
• Dirty rap
• Dirty South (also known as Southern rap)
• Disco
• Disco house
• Disco Polo - Polish nightclub dance music.
• Dixieland jazz (Chicago jazz)
• Djambadon
• Dodompa - Japanese tango
• Doina
• Dombola
• Dondang sayang - slow folk music that mixes Malaysian forms with Portuguese, India, Chinese and Arabic music
• Donegal fiddle tradition
• Dongjing - Chinese Naxi form of folk music, related to silk and bamboo music from Chinca
• Doo wop
• Doom metal
• Dopé
• Downtempo
• Dream pop
• Drill and bass
• Dronology
• Drum and bass (DNB)
• Dub
• Dub techno
• Dubstep
• Dunun - Yoruban drum music
• Dunedin Sound - early 1980s alternative rock sound based out of Dunedin, New Zealand and Flying Nun Records
• Dutch jazz
• Dutch trance
• Dziesma
• Dzoke - type of yang chanting
• Early music
• East Coast blues
• East Coast hip hop
• Eastern Tradition of Sephardic music
• Easy listening
• Pasillo
• Yaraví
• Elafrolaïkó
• Electric blues
• Electric Fetus
• Electro
• Electro hop
• Electroclash
• Electrofunk
• Electronic art music
• Electronic body music (EBM, also known as industrial dance)
• Electronic luk thung - Dance-ready form of Thai pleng luk thung
• Electronic music
• Electronica
• Electropop
• Elektro
• Elevator music (or Muzak)
• Emeba
• Emo
• Endecasillabo - Central Italian 11-syllabic song form
• English funk
• English madrigal
• Enka - Japanese pop music, using native forms
• Éntekhno
• Eremwu eu
• Euba
• Eurobeat
• Eurodance
• Europop
• Eurotrance (traditional dance music)
• Exotica
• Experimental music
• Experimental noise
• Experimental rock
• Extreme Computer Music
• Ezengileer - type of Tuvan xoomii said to imitate the trotting of horses
• F-Step - variant of hardcore jungle with simultaneous, overlapping beats
• Fado - Portuguese roots-based popular music
• Falak - Tajik folk music
• fandango - Spanish dance music
• Farruca - a genre of flamenco
• Filk - modern, science fiction-oriented music
• Film scores
• Filmi - Indian film music
• Filmi-ghazal - filmi based on Hindustani ghazal
• Finger-style
• Fjatpangarri - Aboriginal Australian music local to Yirrbala
• Flamenco - dance music of Spanish Gypsies
• Foaie verde - classical form of Romanian Gypsy doina
• Fofa
• Folk metal
• Folk music
• Folk pop
• Folk punk
• Folk rock
• Folktronica
• Fonn Mall
• Forró - extremely popular music of Northeastern Brazil
• Foxcore - a specific style of grunge played by all-female bands
• Franco-country
• Freak-folk
• Free improvisation - freeform musical improvisation
• Free jazz - improvised 1960s jazz
• Free music
• Freestyle house - a cross-culture mix of hip-hop/electro/house/pop
• Freetekno
• Frevo - folk music from Recife, Brazil
• Fuji - Yoruban vocal and percussion music
• Fulia - Afro-Venezuelan percussion music
• Funacola
• Funana
• Funk - a bass-heavy outgrowth of soul music
• Funk metal - 1980s combination of funk, heavy metal and punk rock
• Funky breaks - a type of breaks electronic music
• Funky highlife - fusion of funk and Ghanaian highlife
• Furniture music - Erik Satie's invention of Background music
• Fusion bhangra (New Wave bhangra) - bhangra combined with rock and roll, reggae, hip hop, ragga and funk
• Fusion jazz - mixture of rock and jazz
• Future jazz
• Futurepop - outgrowth of synthpop, EBM and darkwave
• Gabber (also spelled as Gabba)
• Gagá
• Gagaku - Japanese classical music derived from ancient court traditions
• Gaikyoku
• Gaita - Afro-Venezuelan form of percussion music
• Galant
• Gamad - Malay-style ballad
• Gambang kromong - popular, highly-evolved form of kroncong, originally adapted for the theater
• Gamelan - diverse Indonesian classical music, making use of a vast array of melodic percussion
• Gamelan angklung - Balinese gamelan played for cremations and festivals
• Gamelan bebonangan - Balinese cymbal-based processional gamelan
• Gamelan degung - a form of popular Sundanese gamelan
• Gamelan bang - Balinese sacred gamelan played for cremations
• Gamelan buh - Balinese form of gamelan
• Gamelan gede - ceremonial gamelan from the temple of Bator
• Gamelan kebyar - an energetic form of large Balinese gamelan
• Gamelan salendro - gamelan dance music from Sunda, known as lower-class music
• Gamelan selunding - possibly the oldest style of gamelan, played only in the village of Tenganan in Bali
• Gamelan semar pegulingan - sensual form of gamelan from Bali
• Gammeldan
• Gandrung - Osing music performed at weddings and other celebrations
• Gangsta folk
• Gangsta rap - American form of hip hop music which focuses on underground lifestyles and illegal activities
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• Gar - Tibetan classical music
• Garage
• Garage rock
• Garage techno
• Garrotin
• Gavotte
• Gay - Afro-Trinidadian call and response work song
• Gelugpa chanting - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting, very austere and restrained
• Gender wayang - Indonesion gamelan that accompanies shadow plays and other puppet plays
• Gending - a distinct gamelan music from southern Sumatra
• Gharbi
• Gharnati
• Ghazal - vocal form originally Persian but since spread to Central Asia, Iran, Turkey and India
• Ghazal-song - a modernized version of ghazal influenced by filmi
• Ghetto house - form of Miami bass influenced by house music which arose in Chicago
• Ghettotech - form of Miami bass which developed in 1990s Detroit
• Girl group - Girls singing rock songs
• Glam rock
• Glitch
• Gnawa
• Go go
• Goa (also known as Goa trance)
• Golden Period of Karnatic classical music - music composed by the legendary Trimurti
• Goombay - Bahamanian percussion music
• Goregrind
• Gore Metal
• Goshu ondo - a form of popularized Okinawan folk music
• Gospel music
• Gospel-soca
• Gothenburg sound
• Gothic metal
• Gothic rock
• Granadinas
• Gregorian chant (plainchant)
• Grime - new Garage
• Grindcore
• Group Sounds - Japanese pop music from the 1960s, which included Appalachian folk music and psychedelic rock
• Grunge
• Grupera - a mixture of Mexican ranchera, norteño and cumbia
• Guaguanbo
• Guajira
• Guitarra baiana - from Pernambuco, Brazil, a style of playing frevo using electric guitars
• Guitarradas
• Gumbe
• Gunchei
• Gunka - military marches with Japanese influences, created during the Meiji Restoration
• Guoyue - invented conservatoire style of national Chinese music
• Gwerz
• Gwo ka - Guadeloupan percussion music
• Gwo ka moderne - modernized gwo ka
• Gypsy jazz
• Gyu ke - form of Tibetan Tantric chanting
• Habanera - Africanized danzón
• Haiducesti
• Hair metal
• Hajnali - Hungarian-Transylvanian wedding songs
• Half calypso (semi-tone calypso)
• Hakka
• Hambo
• Hapa haole - a mixture of traditional Hawaiian music and English lyrics
• Happy hardcore
• Haqibah
• Hardcore hip hop
• Hardcore punk
• Hardcore techno
• Hard bop (hard bebop)
• Hard house
• Hard rock
• Hard Style
• Hard techno
• Hard trance
• Harepa - harp-based music of Pedi people of South Africa
• Harmonica blues
• Hasaposérviko
• Hat cheo - an ancient form of Vietnamese stage opera
• Hát a dào - (ca tru) Vietnamese folk music
• Hát cai luong - Vietnamese popular opera
• Hat chau van - a popular spiritual folk music of Vietnam
• Hát tuông (Hát bôi) - Vietnamese operatic music
• Hauntology
• Hawaiian steel guitar - (kila kila) invented by Joseph Kekuku, who slid a solid object across slacked guitar strings
• Hawzi - evolved form of al-andalous classical music which developed in Tlemcen
• Hazzanut
• Heavy compas
• Heavy dance
• Heavy metal
• Hesher
• Hi-NRG
• Highlands
• Highlife
• Highlife fusion
• Hillybilly music
• Hiplife
• Hip hop
• Hip hop and soul (HNS)
• Hip house
• Hindustani classical music
• Hiragasy
• Hiva usu - unaccompanied vocal Christian music of Tonga
• Honky tonk
• Honkyoku
• Hora lunga
• Hornpipes
• Horror punk
• Hot rod music
• House music
• Hua'er
• Huasteco - folk music from Huasteco, Mexico
• Huaynos - Andean dance music now most widespread in Peru
• Hula
• Humppa
• Hunguhungu
• Hyangak - Korean court music
• Hypnofolkadelia - see Acid croft
• Hymn
• Ibiza music
• Ibo
• Ice metal
• Igbo-highlife
• Ijexá
• Ilahije
• Illbient
• Impressionist music
• Incidental music
• Indie rock
• Indie pop
• Indo jazz - jazz mixed with forms of Indian music
• Indo rock
• Indoyíftika
• Industrial dance (or EBM, electronic body music)
• Industrial music
• Industrial musical (also known as corporate musical)
• Industrial metal
• Industrial rock (or coldwave)
• Instrumental pop
• Instrumental rock
• Intelligent dance music (IDM, also known as intelligent techno, listening techno or art techno)(Irish Folk Music)
• International Latin - pop ballads from various Latin countries, especially Colombia
• Inuit - music of the Inuit
• Irish folk
• Iscathamiya
• Isikhwela jo
• Isolationist
• Italo Disco - Italian nightclub music
• Itsmeños - folk music of the Zapotecs of Mexico
• Izvorna Bosanska muzika - modernized folk music from Drina, Bosnia
• J-pop - Japanese bubblegum pop
• Jaipongan - unpredictably rhythmic dance music from Sunda, Indonesia
• Jaliscienses - Folk music of Jalisco, Mexico, and the origin of mariachi
• Jam band
• Jam rock
• Jamana kura
• Jamrieng samai
• Jangle pop
• Japanese pop - Japanese pop music using Western structures
• Jarana
• Jariang - Cambodian folk narratives
• Jarochos - folk music from Veracruz, Mexico
• Jawaiian - Hawaiian reggae
• Jazz
• Jazz blues
• Jazz from night
• Jazz-funk
• Jazz fusion
• Jazz groove
• Jazz rap
• Jegog - Giant Bamboo ensemble of Bali, Indonesia
• Jenkka
• Jibaro
• Jig
• Jing ping
• Jingle - form of music used in television commercials
• Jit
• Jive
• Joged - a generic term for various types of dance music all over Indonesia
• Joged bumbung - a popular form of joged ensemble
• Joik
• Joropo
• Jota
• J'Ouvert
• Jug band
• Juke joint blues
• Juju
• Jump blues
• Jungle
• Junkanoo
• Juré
• Käng
• Kaba - Southern Albanian instrumental music
• Kabuki - lively and popular form of Japanese theater and music
• Kadans
• Kagok - Korean aristocratic vocal music accompanied by strings, wind and percussion instruments
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• Kagyupa chanting - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Kaiso
• Kalamatianó
• Kalattuut - Inuit polka
• Kalinda (kalenda, ti kannot)
• Kamba pop
• Kan ha diskan
• Kansas City blues
• Kantádhes
• Kantrum
• Kargyraa
• Karma
• Kaseko - Surinamese folk music
• Katcharsee - lively, celebratory Okinawan folk music
• Kattajjaq - competitive Inuit throat singing
• Kawachi ondo - a form of modernized Okinawan folk music
• Kayokyoku - traditionally-structured Japanese pop music
• Ke-kwe
• Kebyar - see gamelan gong kebyar above
• Kecak - Balinese "monkeychant"
• Kecapi suling - instrumental, improvisation-based music from Java
• Kélé
• Kertok - Malaysian xylophone music played in small ensembles
• Khaleeji - popular folk-based music of the Persian Gulf countries
• Khap
• Khplam wai - a type of mor lam with a slow tempo which originated in Luang Prabang, Laos
• Khelimaski djili - Hungarian Gypsy dance songs
• Khene
• Khrung sai - type of Thai classical music
• Khyal - Hindustani vocal music that is informal, partially improvised and very popular
• Khoomei
• Khorovodi - Russian dance music
• Kĩkũyũ pop
• Kilapanda
• Kinko
• Kirtan
• Kiwi rock
• Kizomba
• Klape - Dalmatian male choir music
• Klasik
• Kléftiko
• Klezmer
• Kliningan
• Kochare - Armenian folk dance
• Kolomyjka
• Komagaku
• Konpa
• Koumpaneia - Greek Gypsy music
• Kpanlogo
• Krakowiak
• Krautrock
• Krill Krill
• Kriti (krithi) - a Hindui hymn
• Kroncong - popular Indonesian music with strong Portuguese influence
• Krzesany
• Kulning - Swedish folk songs
• Kumina - music (and religion) of the Bongo Nation of Jamaica
• Kun-borrk
• Kundere
• Kundiman - traditional Filipino songs adapted to Western song structure
• Kussundé
• Kutumba wake
• Kvæði
• Kveding - traditional Norwegian songs
• Kwaito
• Kwassa kwassa
• Kwela
• La la - Louisianan Creole music
• Laba laba
• Laïkó
• Lai
• Lam
• Lam saravane - Laotian ensemble music from a town of the same name in southern Laos
• Lam sing
• Lambada - Bolivian and Brazilian dance music which arose from sayas and became internationally popular in the 1980s
• Lancer
• Langgam jawa - type of kroncong mixed with gamelan, popular around Solo, Indonesia
• Laremuna wadauman
• Latin jazz - jazz mixed with Latin musical forms like bossa nova or salsa
• Lavlu
• Lavway
• Le leagan
• Legényes - Hungarian-Transylvanian men's dance
• Letkajenkka
• Lhamo - form of Tibetan opera
• Liedermacher
• Likanos
• Light Music - 20th Century light orchestral music (mainly British)
• Light Music (Nepalese) - Nepalese pop music, blending traditional styles, Western pop and Indian filmi
• Line dance
• Liquindi
• Llanera - Venezuelan music
• Llanto - a flamenco-influenced genre of Panamanian folk music
• Lo-fi
• Lo-pop Pop or Disco with extrerme cheap touch
• Loki djili - traditional Hungarian Gypsy songs
• Long-song - traditional Mongolian slow songs
• Louisiana blues
• Lounge music
• Lovers rai
• Lovers rock
• Lowercase - see Lowercase (music)
• Lu - unaccompanied Tibetan folk music
• Lubbock country music
• Lucknavi thumri - a type of thumri from Lucknow
• Luhya omutibo
• Luk grung - Popular Thai music from the early 20th century
• Lullaby
• Lundu
• Lundum
• Madchester
• Madrigal
• Mafioso hip hop
• Maglaal (tuuli)
• Magnificat
• Mahori - type of Thai classical music
• Makossa
• Makossa-soukous
• Malagueñas
• Malawian jazz
• Maloya
• Maluf - evolved form of al-andalous classical music which developed in Constantine, Algeria
• Mambo
• Manaschi - Kyrgyz folk music made by travelling musicians also called manaschi
• Mandarin pop - early Taiwanese pop sung in Mandarin and popular with young listeners
• Manding swing
• Mangulina
• Manikay
• Manila sound - Early 1970s development in Pinoy rock which mixed Tagalog and English lyrics
• Manouche
• Manzuma
• Mapouka
• Mapouka-serré
• Marabi
• Maracatu - African and Portuguese music popular around Recife, Brazil
• Marching music
• Marga - Indian classical music
• Mariachi - pop form of son jalisciense
• Marimba
• Maritime folk
• Marrabenta
• Marrabenta rap
• Maskanda - popularized Zulu-traditional music
• Mass
• Martinetes
• Matamuerte
• Mathcore
• Math rock
• Mazurka
• Mbalax
• Mbaqanga (township jive)
• Mbira (Chimurenga)
• Mbube
• Mbumba
• Medh
• Meditation
• Medieval music
• Mejorana
• Melhoun
• Melhûn
• Melodic Death Metal
• Melodic trance
• Memphis blues
• Memphis rap
• Memphis soul
• Mento
• Merengue
• Merengue típico moderno
• Merengue-bomba - Puerto Rican fusion of bomba and merengue
• Méringue
• Meringue
• Merseybeat
• Metal
• Metalcore
• Mexican son - a broad group of Mexican folk music
• Meyjana
• Miami bass (booty bass) (Bass music)
• Microhouse
• Milo jazz
• Mini compas
• Mini jazz
• Minuet
• Missouri harmony
• Miami Sound - a popular form of salsa music
• Milongas
• Min'yo - Japanese folk music
• Mineras
• Mini-jazz - Caribbean jazz
• Minimalist music
• Minimalist trance
• Minstrel show
• Minneapolis sound
• Mirabras
• Mirolóyia
• Modinha
• Modern classical music
• Modern rock
• Modinha
• Mohabelo - neo-traditional music from South Africa and Lesotho
• Mor lam - Laotian ensemble music for vocals with accompaniment
• Mor lam sing - popular form of Laotian traditional music developed by Laotians in Thailand
• Morna
• Motown
• Mozambique
• MPB (música popular brasileira) - catch-all term for multiple varieties of Brazilian pop music
• Mugam - classical music of Azerbaijan, featuring sung poetry and instrumental passages
• Muntuno
• Musette
• Music drama
• Music Hall
• Música campesina - Cuban rural music
• Música criolla - a coastal Peruvian music from the early 20th century, consisting of a variety of Western fusions
• Música de la interior - indigenous folk music from Colombia
• Música llanera - harp-based form of folk music from Los Llanos, Colombia
• Música nordestina - Northeast Brazilian popular music, centered around Recife
• Música tropical - a form of Colombian salsa music
• Musiqi-e assil - Persian classical music
• Musique concrète (also known as electroacoustic music)
• Mutuashi
• Muwashshah
• Muzak (or elevator music)
• Reggaeton
• Reinlender
• Rekilaulu - Finnish rhyming sleigh songs
• Rembetiko
• Renaissance music
• Rhapsody
• Rhyming spiritual - Bahamanian hymns
• Rhythm and blues (R&­B)
• Rhythmic noise (or power noise)
• Ricercar
• Rímur - Icelandic heroic epic songs
• Ring Bang - the Barbadian sound of soca
• Riot grrl
• Rob Schneider
• Rock
• Rock opera
• Rock and roll
• Rock en espanol
• Rockabilly
• Rocksteady
• Rococo
• Rodeo music
• Rokon fada
• Romantic period in music
• Romeras
• Rondeaux
• Ronggeng - a folk music from Malacca, Malaysia
• Roots reggae
• Roots rock
• Roots rock reggae
• Ruem trosh - Cambodian traditional music
• Rumba
• Rumba gitana - French Gypsy music
• Runddan
• Runolaulu - Finnish folk songs
• Runo-song - Estonian folk music
• Sabar - drumming style found in Senegal
• Sacred Harp
• Sadcore
• Saetas
• Saibara
• Saiyidi - folk music of the upper Nile Delta
• Sakyapa chanting - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Salegy
• Salsa - fusion of multiple Cuban- and Puerto Rican-derived pop genres from immigrants in New York City
• Salsa erotica - lyrically explicit form of salsa romantica
• Salsa gorda
• Salsa romantica - a soft, romantic form of salsa music
• Saltarello
• Salve
• Samba - form of Brazilian popular music
• Samba-reggae - a genre of samba with a choppy, reggae-like rhythm.­ samba and reggae fusion
• Samba de breque - traditional samba with social humorous comentaries and characterized by a silence break (hence, "­breque"­) of 2 compass or more, while the singer keeps the lyrics*­
• Samba-canção - traditional samba in slow tempo and with romantic lyrics.­ influenced by bolero
• Samba de enredo(or Samba-enredo) - Samba played during Carnival celebrations in fast tempo
• Samba de pagode - popular dance-oriented samba.­ (pagode is an informal gathering of neighbours and relatives in spare time for dance and meal).­
• Sambai
• Sangeo - Afro-Venezuelan form of percussion music
• Sanjo - Korean instrumental folk music
• Sanjuanitos
• Sarandunga
• Sardinian polyphonic chanting
• Sato kagura
• Sawahili - folk music from the Mediterranean coast of Egypt
• Sawt - urban music from Kuwait and Bahrain
• Sax jive
• Sayas - Bolivian dance music which was popularized as lambada in the 1980s
• Sazdohol
• Scandinavian metal (Viking metal)
• Scenecore
• Schottisch
• Schranz
• Scrumpy and Western - folk music from West Country of England
• Sea shanty
• Sean nós
• Second Viennese School
• Sega music
• Seggae
• Seis
• Semba
• Semi-tone calypso (Half calypso)
• Sephardic music
• Serialism
• Serrana
• Set dance
• Sevdalinka - Bosnian urban popular music
• Sevillana
• Shabab
• Shabad
• Shalako - Armenian folk dance
• Shan'ge - Taiwanese Hakka mountain songs
• Shango
• Shape note
• Sharkan - American Christian chanting
• Shawm and drum - Instrumental pairing common in Gypsy music
• Shlager
• Shibuya-kei
• Shidaiqu - Hong Kong-based form of traditional music updated for pop audiences and sung in Mandarin
• Shima uta - a form of Okinawan dance music
• Shin-min'yo - a modernized form of min'yo, or folk music
• Shoegazing
• Shoka - Japanese songs written during the Meiji Restoration to bring Western music to Japanese schools
• Shomyo - Japanese Buddhist chanting
• Showtunes
• Sica
• Siguiriyas
• Silat - Malaysian mixture of music, dance and martial arts
• Sinawi - Korean religious music meant for dancing;­ it is improvised and reminiscent of jazz
• Singers &­ Standards
• Singer-songwriter
• Single tone calypso
• Sinjonjo
• Sizhu - folk ensembles from southern China
• Ska
• Ska punk
• Skacore (third wave of ska)
• Skald
• Skate punk
• Skiffle
• Skotsploech - traditional Frisian ensemble music
• Skillingstryk
• Slack-key guitar (kihoalu) - Hawaiian form invented by retuning open strings on a guitar
• Slängpolska
• Slide
• Slow airs
• Slowcore
• Sludge metal
• Smooth jazz
• Snugglemo
• S'o wa mbe
• Soca
• Soca-bhangra
• Soca-funk
• Soft ambient
• Soft rock
• Solea (soleares)
• Sombient
• Son
• Son-batá (batá rock)
• Son montuno - Cuban folk music
• Sonata
• Songo - a mixture of changuí and son montuno
• Songo-salsa - a mixture of songo, hip hop and salsa
• Sonido
• Soukous
• Soul blues
• Soul jazz
• Soul music
• Southern Harmony
• Southern hip hop
• Southern rock
• Southern soul
• Space age pop
• Space music
• Space rock
• Spacesynth
• Spazzjazz
• Spectralism
• Speedcore
• Speed garage
• Speed metal
• Spirituals
• Spouge - Barbadian folk music
• Square dance
• St.­ Louis blues
• St.­ Louis soul
• Stambolovski orkestri
• Staroprazske pisnieky - pub songs from Prague
• Steelband
• Stev - short, often improvised, Norwegian folk songs
• Stoner metal
• Straight edge
• Strathspeys
• Street songs - bawdy adolescent chants of unknown authorship
• Stride
• String - 1980s Thai pop music
• String quartet
• Stubenmusik - Bavarian string ensembles
• Suite
• Suomirock
• Suomitrance
• Super Eurobeat
• Surf ballads
• Surf instrumental
• Surf music
• Surf pop
• Surf rock
• Surgery metal
• Sutartines
• Swahili sound
• Sway
• Swamp blues
• Swamp pop
• Swingbeat (New Jack Swing, New Jack R&­B)
• Swing music
• Sygyt - type of xoomii (Tuvan throat singing), likened to the sound of whistling
• Symphonic black metal
• Symphonic poem
• Symphony
• Synth metal
• Synth pop
• Synth rock
• Synthpunk
• Syrtó
• Taarab
• Tættir
• Tai tu - Vietnamese chamber music
• Taiwanese pop - early Taiwanese pop music influenced by enka and popular with older listeners
• Tala - a rhythmic pattern in Indian classical music
• Tamborito - Panamanian dance music
• Tambu
• Tamburitza
• Tamil Christian keerthanai - Christian devotional lyrics in Tamil
• Tamil keerthanai - Devotional songs
• Tamil tiruppukazh
• Táncház - Hungarian dance music
• Tango - Argentinian dance music that became internationally popular in the 1920s
• Tango-canción - the first wildly popular form of tango in Argentina
• Tango flamenco
• Tanguk - a form of Korean court music that includes elements of Chinese music
• Tanjidor - traditional, instrumental music from Indonesia with various brass intruments, usually played in processions
• Talempong - a distinct Minangkabau gamelan music
• Taibubu
• Tapany maintso
• Tappa
• Tarabu
• Tarana - form of vocal music from northern India using highly rhythmic nonsense syllables
• Tarannum
• Tarantella
• Tarantolati - Calabrian folk healing ritual
• Taranto
• Tassou - Senegalese rapping
• Tawshih
• Tchink-system
• Tchinkoumé
• Tech house
• Techno
• Techno-tribal
• Technoid
• Tembang sunda - Sundanese sung free verse poetry
• Teen pop
• Tejano music or "­Tex-Mex"­, sometimes confused with norteño
• Television themes
• Texas blues
• The Birmingham Sound
• Thrash metal
• Thresher
• Thumri - a type of popular Hindustani vocal music
• Tibetan pop - pop music heavily influenced by Chinese forms, emerging in the 1980s
• Tientos
• Thillana - form of vocal music from South India using highly rhythmic nonsense syllables
• Timbila - form of folk music in Mozambique
• Tin Pan Alley
• Tina
• Tinga
• Tis távlas - drinking songs from Epirus
• Togaku
• Tonas
• Toeshey - Tibetan dance music
• T'ong guitar - acoustic guitar pop music of Korea
• Township jive (Mbaqanga)
• Toziych
• Traditional pop music
• Trallalero - Genoese urban songs
• Trampská hudba - Czech urban folk music
• Trance
• Travesty
• Tribal house
• Trip-hop
• Trikitixa - Basque accordion music
• Troista-country
• Troll metal
• Tropicalia
• TRT
• Truck-driving country
• Tsámiko
• Tsapika
• Tsonga disco
• Tumba
• Tunky/Bongo- Old-School dog-sled groove originating from Labrador
• Tuuli (Maglaal)
• Turbo-folk - aggressive form of modernized Serbian music
• Turntablism
• Tuvan throat-singing
• Twarab
• Twee pop
• Two tone (second wave of ska)
• Über Metal
• Ufie
• UK garage
• UK pub rock
• Umui - Okinawann religious songs
• Underground music
• Urban Cowboy
• Urban Folk
• Urban jazz
• Urtin duu
• Ute
• Vakodrazana
• Vakojazzana
• Vallenato - accordion-based Colombian folk music
• Vallenato-protesta
• Variet
• Vaudeville
• Verbunkos - Hungarian folk music
• Verismo
• Video game music - Melodic music as defined by its media.
• Viennese-style classical music
• Viking metal
• Villancicos
• Villanella - 16th century Neapolitan songs
• Virelais
• Vísir
• Visual rock
• Visual techno
• Vocal house
• Vocal jazz
• Vuelie
• Wahrani
• Waila (chicken scratch) - a Tohono O'odham fusion of polka, norteño and Native American music
• Waltz
• Wangga
• Warabe uta
• Wassoulou
• Watcha watcha
• Were
• West Coast hip hop
• Western blues
• Western swing
• Western Tradition of Sephardic music
• Women's music or womyn's music, wimmin's music--1970s lesbian/feminist
• Wong shadow - 1960s Thai pop music
• Work song
• Worldbeat
• World music
• Xi'an drum music - popular around Xi'an, China, ensembles of percussion and wind instruments
• Xoomii (khoomii, hoomii) - a type of Tuvan throat singing
• Yang - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Yanvalou
• Yé-yé
• Yo-pop
• Yodeling
• Young Brigade
• Yukar
• Zairean sound
• Zajal
• Zapin - derived from ancient Arabic music, zapin is popular throughout Malaysia
• Zarzuela - a form of Spanish operetta
• Zbójnicki
• Zen (music)
• Zendani
• Zeuhl
• Ziglibithy
• Zikir Barat - Sufi vocal music from Malaysia
• Zinge - Latvian vocal music
• Zoblazo
• Zolo - characterized by hyper jerky rhythms and cacophonous/ harmonious bleeps and boings
• Zouglou
• Zouk - Antillean dance music
• Zouk chouv
• Zouk funk - a fusion of zouk and funk
• Zouklove
• Zout
• Zulu a cappella
• Zydeco - popular Louisianan Creole music \





Dat zijn de de muziek genre's waar ik zowel een beetje naar luister :P
laatste aanpassing
erg interesant henkie :yes:

hoe klinkt zoiets nou dan?
Uitspraak van HenQ :bier: op vrijdag 16 februari 2007 om 13:16:
• Hasaposérviko
Uitspraak van Pinderqorno op vrijdag 16 februari 2007 om 13:24:
• Hasaposérviko

een beetje als iemand die met zen noten tussen de bankschroef zit vast gedraaid :p
niet mijn style dus :P

heb je een sample'tje ?
Alsjeblieft :p << Rechtermuisknop doel opslaan als :)
laatste aanpassing
klinkt nog vet ook :P

concertjes in de buurt ?:D
:roflol: daarvoor moet je richting doos daar in opdorp :p
laatste aanpassing
hahaha

prive optreden zeker, mij niet gezien :P
Uitspraak van HenQ :bier: op vrijdag 16 februari 2007 om 14:02:
daarvoor moet je richting doos daar in opdorp

gratis en voor niks
Uitspraak van .Thijs. op zaterdag 17 februari 2007 om 05:31:
gratis en voor niks

erg toepasselijk die opmerking :no:
maar dat is ook wel aan het tijdstip te zien..
Henk , dat zijn mijn smaken ook wat kwa muziek ! . :D
Uitspraak van Pinderqorno op zaterdag 17 februari 2007 om 12:15:
maar dat is ook wel aan het tijdstip te zien..­

:bier:

Uitspraak van HenQ :bier: op vrijdag 16 februari 2007 om 13:18:
• Ronggeng - a folk music from Malacca, Malaysia

dat is DE shit henk
laatste aanpassing
Uitspraak van MasterMp3 .. op zaterdag 17 februari 2007 om 15:13:
Henk , dat zijn mijn smaken ook wat kwa muziek ! .­

VETTT :D
Uitspraak van .Thijs. op zaterdag 17 februari 2007 om 16:13:
Uitspraak van B) HenQ :bier: op vrijdag 16 februari 2007 om 13:18:
• Ronggeng - a folk music from Malacca, Malaysia


dat is DE shit henk

:respect:
Salsa - fusion of multiple Cuban- and Puerto Rican-derived pop genres from immigrants in New York City :respect:
breakcore, speedcore, dnb, tekno
Nederlandstalig :)!
Speedcore, terror, early enz enz.
darkcore,industrial,terror
anders heavy metal
hardcore((rock/metal)
VenteQ
Artiest Venteq
French Tek &­ Tek
nederlandstalig &­ pop (behalve die R&­B shit)
speedcore terror