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Zydeco and Creole Music
A look at Zydeco music, its key practitioners and its impact upon the contemporary music scene.
# 127047 | 3,000 words | 27 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Music Studies (Contemporary)

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The paper discusses the history of Zydeco and its roots in the Creole culture of Louisiana. The paper includes an interview with a Zydeco musician.

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"Zydeco music is a traditional dance music of the black Creoles of southwest Louisiana. Its syncopated rhythms and spirited melodies are popular with audiences around the world. Zydeco musicians and groups are featured at international world music festivals and play to packed dance halls in their native Louisiana. Tracing the roots of Zydeco music, identifying some of its key practitioners and describing its impact upon the contemporary music scene, is the focus of this report. The report includes..."

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