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PLUC Weekend Workout

13 Sep
Musical-U Genre Quiz

Musical-U Genre Quiz

How much attention do you pay to the different styles and genres of music when you are listening to tunes? Can you identify what’s jazz or soul? Do you know your arias from your Elbow?

This week’s fun quiz from Musical-U has fourteen short clips for you to match up with the descriptions of various genres ranging from alternative to world, blues to rap & country to ska. Bonus points if you can also identify the artists!

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3 responses to “PLUC Weekend Workout

  1. Emico

    September 15, 2019 at 8:16 am

    Wow, this is very interesting journal.
    I couldn’t judge some songs.
    To be honest, I don’t mind song’s genres.
    When I listen to music, I always feel that “like”, “doesn’t like” or “nothing special”.
    They are only three.
    I learnt that songs can be divided into 14 genres! Thanks!! 🙂

     
    • webmasterpluc

      September 15, 2019 at 11:04 am

      Hi Emico, Glad you found it interesting. There are even more than these 14 genres they’ve picked out, so certainly something to consider when listening – and playing. Sometimes it’s fun to take a well-known tune and play it in a completely different style! Jeanette

       
      • Emico

        September 16, 2019 at 7:19 am

        Hi Jeanette,
        Yes, they are basically 14 genres, not just them.
        I remember that I was very surprised and pleasant when I listened to “Play Bach” for the first time.
        Thank you! 🙂

         

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