Vocabulary for music Revision:
Common expressions Vocabulary the trouble is
- (informal) the problem is, i.e. - Can you drive me to the airport next weekend?- Well, the trouble is my car's broken down. If it's fixed in time then, yes, of course.I'm into
- I like, enjoy, i.e.
to read music
- She's really into rap right now.
- He's into board games.
- to understand music notation to play by ear
- to play a piece of music without notation to have a good ear
- to be able to play a melody just from hearing it never mind
- it doesn't matter; no problem, i.e. - Oh, we missed the train.- Never mind, we can get the next one.jazz
- a style of music begun by African Americans in New Orleans in the
19th century folk music
- a music traditional to a culture rock
- a style of pop music originating with 1950s rock n' roll 60s music
- music from the 1960s R n' B
- rhythym and blues; urbanised form of folk blues played by African American
- popular music with rhyming verse soul
- style of African American popular music reggae
- popular music originally from Jamaica blues
- a music originating from Black American folk songs in the early 20th century.