History of Traditional Cultural Songs – Spiritual Folk Music

by New Movies 2015 List Upcoming Films 2016 on July 7, 2015

History of Cultural Songs

The importance of songs cannot be denied for the success of any occasion or party and every culture or country has its own songs that can be called as cultural songs. Songs and singing are found in every cultural songs of a past or present. Singing a song in different way and manners is the basic concept of expression of human being. If you go into a Vedic culture, shayam Veda is dedicated to Vedic Hymes, these Vedic Hymes are the songs sung. In the past times, people like to sing and play their native songs only in every occasion but now the trend is quite changed. Cultural music refers to the impact of culture on the music of an individual like their preferences, musical memory, as well as emotional recognition.

Cultural Songs ListMusical preferences can also be biased toward the culture and familiar musical traditions which began in infancy. Adults’ classification of the emotion of a musical piece is based on both culturally specific as well as universal structural features. Moreover, the musical memory abilities of an individual are largely depends upon the culturally familiar music in comparison to culturally unfamiliar music.

Traditional Cultural Songs

  • Thank You in Many Languages
  • Early One Morning
  • Greetings in Many Languages
  • The Lion Sleeps Tonight
  • Balloon Song
  • We are Native American Tribes
  • Play Your Instruments
  • Back to Black
  • The Skye Boat Song
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  • Dance Tunes from Many Lands
  • Sellenger’s Round
  • Caney Mi Macaro
  • Polly Perkins of Paddington Green
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Counting in Swahili
  • Seikilos Epitaph

Spiritual Folk Music

  • A Yodeling Song
  • Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be?
  • Carol of the Bells
  • Go Tell It On The Mountain
  • Fight for Your Right
  • Morning has Broken
  • Flowers of the Forest
  • Mexican Handclapping Song
  • Crosseyed and Painless
  • Swing Low Sweet Chariot
  • Norwegian Wood
  • Sumer Is Icumen In
  • Tumbling Dice
  • Uptown Funk
  • A Neighborhood is a Friendly Place

In nutshell, sum of these things makes culture a powerful influence in the music cognition. Generally, people prefer and remember that music which belongs to their own cultural tradition but time is changed now they become curious to know about the music of other culture also, even they are accepting them with open arms and appreciating them equally. So can be said as gone are the days when people from America love to hear their native cultural songs only or Indian people love to hear their native cultural songs only. The scale and preferences of people are changed totally and music has no boundaries, what matters only is the essence of music and Cultural songs.

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