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Zouk

For other uses, see Zouk (disambiguation).

Zouk is a musical movement pioneered by the French Antillean band Kassav' in the early 1980s. It has actually become undistinguishable from compas. It was originally characterized by a fast tempo (120–145 bpm), a percussion-driven rhythm and a loud horn section. The fast zouk beton of Martinique and Guadeloupe faded away in the same 80s. Thus musicians from Martinique and Guadeloupe added MIDI technology to their compas style, dubbed zouk-love. The original fast carnival style, which is only featured by the band Kassav', became known as "zouk béton", "zouk chiré" or "zouk hard".

The fast carnival zouk beton is considered a synthesis of various French Antillean dance music styles of the 20th century: kadans, konpa and biguine. Unlike the fast carnival zouk beton, zouk love is actually the French Lesser Antilles compas.

This light compas influenced the Cape-Verdean new generation.

  1. Popular Musics of the Non Western World. Peter Manuel, New York Oxford University Press, 1988, p74
  2. Torres, George (2013). Encyclopedia of Latin American Popular Music. ABC-CLIO. p. 453. ISBN 978-0-313-08794-3.
  3. Popular music of the non western world. Peter Manuel, New York Oxford University Press, 1988, p74
  4. Occo, Jean-Claude (2019). The Codification of Zouk. p. 10. ISBN 978-2-9567965-2-7.
  5. Ellingham, Mark (1999). The Rough Guide to World Music. p. 299. ISBN 978-1-85828-636-5.
  6. Guilbault, Jocelyne; Averill, Gage; Benoit, Edouard; Rabess, Gregory (1993). Zouk: World Music in the West Indies. University of Chicago Press. p. 135. ISBN 978-0-226-31042-8.
  7. Manuel, Peter; Bilby, Kenneth; Largey, Michael (2012). Caribbean Currents: Caribbean Music from Rumba to Reggae. Temple University Press. p. 173. ISBN 978-1-59213-464-9.
  8. Gérald Désert, Le Zouk. Genèse et représentations sociales d'une musique populaire, préface de Apollinaire Anakesa Kululuka, Paris, Anibwe, coll. Liziba, 2018 ISBN 9781234567897

Zouk
Zouk Language Watch Edit For other uses see Zouk disambiguation Zouk is a musical movement pioneered by the French Antillean band Kassav in the early 1980s It has actually become undistinguishable from compas 1 It was originally characterized by a fast tempo 120 145 bpm a percussion driven rhythm and a loud horn section 2 The fast zouk beton of Martinique and Guadeloupe faded away in the same 80s 3 Thus musicians from Martinique and Guadeloupe added MIDI technology to their compas style dubbed zouk love 4 5 The original fast carnival style which is only featured by the band Kassav became known as zouk beton zouk chire or zouk hard 6 ZoukStylistic originsCadence rampacompascadence lypsobelebiguinegwo kaCultural originsEarly 1980s French Antilles esp Guadeloupe and Martinique Typical instrumentsGwo katibwashak shakbrasssynthesizerguitarbassdrum machineDerivative formsZouk loveRegional scenesFrench West IndiesDominicaHaitiCentral AfricaBrazilFrance The fast carnival zouk beton is considered a synthesis of various French Antillean dance music styles of the 20th century kadans konpa and biguine 7 Unlike the fast carnival zouk beton zouk love is actually the French Lesser Antilles compas 1 This light compas influenced the Cape Verdean new generation 8 See also EditBrazilian Zouk Music of Latin America Music of Martinique and GuadeloupeReferences Edit a b Popular Musics of the Non Western World Peter Manuel New York Oxford University Press 1988 p74 Torres George 2013 Encyclopedia of Latin American Popular Music ABC CLIO p 453 ISBN 978 0 313 08794 3 Popular music of the non western world Peter Manuel New York Oxford University Press 1988 p74 Occo Jean Claude 2019 The Codification of Zouk p 10 ISBN 978 2 9567965 2 7 Ellingham Mark 1999 The Rough Guide to World Music p 299 ISBN 978 1 85828 636 5 Guilbault Jocelyne Averill Gage Benoit Edouard Rabess Gregory 1993 Zouk World Music in the West Indies University of Chicago Press p 135 ISBN 978 0 226 31042 8 Manuel Peter Bilby Kenneth Largey Michael 2012 Caribbean Currents Caribbean Music from Rumba to Reggae Temple University Press p 173 ISBN 978 1 59213 464 9 Gerald Desert Le Zouk Genese et representations sociales d une musique populaire preface de Apollinaire Anakesa Kululuka Paris Anibwe coll Liziba 2018 ISBN 9781234567897 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Zouk amp oldid 1045628879, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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