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Ragtime and Showboat

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Music and Movies

 

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Nora S

 

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April 28, 2012

 

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University

 

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Therefore, this shows that music strengthen its roots as it commercially expanded, more and more songs were written and composed as well as produced and performed. So in this way the history and culture of America not only expanded via music but also was exported to every part of the globe. Nonetheless with the passage of time, American music not only expanded and commercialized but also extended to the process of minstrel shows, which once being restricted to the ethnic minorities of immigrant groups were marked to the entire nation...
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Therefore, different communities of Europe started introducing their own musical style and incorporated their culture and history in their songs. For instance, some Irish Ballads started getting popular among singers and musicians who did not belong to the Irish community. Similarly, Italian, Spanish and Jewish composers and performers highlighted the important elements of their culture and made them a part of music...
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