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New-age music is defined more by the use and effect or feeling it produces rather than the instruments and genre used in its creation; it may be acoustic, electronic, or a mixture of both. New-age artists range from solo or ensemble performances using classical-music instruments ranging from the piano, acoustic guitar, flute or harp to electronic musical instruments, or from Eastern instruments such as the sitar, tabla, and tamboura. There is also a significant overlap of sectors of new-age music with ambient music, classical music, jazz, electronica, world music, chillout, space music, pop music and others.
The two definitions typically associated with the new-age genre are:
New-age music with an ambient sound that has the explicit purpose of aiding meditation and relaxation, or aiding and enabling various alternative spiritual practices, such as alternative healing, yoga practice, guided meditation, chakra auditing, and so on. The proponents of this definition are almost always musicians who create their music expressly for these purposes. To be useful for meditation music needs to have repetitive dynamic and texture, without sudden loud chords and improvisation which could disturb the meditator. It is minimalist in conception, and thus are mostly instrumentalist rather than vocalist musicians. Subliminal messages are also used in new-age music, and the use of music instruments along the natural sounds of the animals (like whales, wolves and eagles) and nature (waterfalls, ocean waves, rain) is also popular. Prominent artists who create new-age music expressly for healing or meditation include Irv Teibel, Paul Horn, Deuter, Steven Halpern, Paul Winter, Lawrence Ball who in the 1970s were one of the first to combine peaceful music with the sounds of nature, Dean Evenson, Karunesh, Krishna Das, Deva Premal, Bhagavan Das, Snatam Kaur and so on.
Music which is found in the New-age sections of record stores.This is largely a definition of practicality, given the breadth of music that is classified as “new age” by retailers who are often less interested in finely grained distinctions between musical styles than are fans of those styles. Music which falls into this definition is usually music which cannot be easily classified into other, more common definitions, but can contain almost any kind of music—it is more a marketing slogan rather than musical category.
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Text: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New-age_music
Music: By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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