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List of cultural and regional genres of music

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List of cultural and regional genres of music

Contents

Cultural genres

By ethnicity or origin

Immigrant communities

International ethnic groups

Native Sub-Saharan African ethnic groups

Native American ethnic groups

Indigenous Caribbean, Mexican, South and Central American people

By religion

See also: Music of the Vatican City

By language

Geographic genres

By country

By continent or other international region

By province, region or other sub-national entity

Algeria

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

Cities:

Regions:

Provinces and Territories:

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Croatia

Cuba

Czech Republic

Denmark

Overseas:

Ecuador

Egypt

Finland

France

Cities

Regions

Overseas:

Germany

Cities

Regions

Greece

Guatemala

Hungary

Iceland

India

Indonesia

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Regions:

Cities:

Japan

Kazakhstan

Latvia

Lithuania

Malaysia

Mexico

F. S. of Micronesia

Moldova

Mongolia

Morocco

Netherlands

Overseas:

New Zealand

Overseas:

Norway

Papua New Guinea

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Cities:

Regions:

Serbia

Cities
Regions

Slovakia

Slovenia

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Tajikistan

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Individual countries

Cities:

Dependencies and Territories:

United States

Regions:

Cities:

States:

Overseas:

Uruguay

Venezuela

Historical genres

See also


  • I-Soft Sangeet Research on Indian & Pakistani music
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