Thursday, January 31, 2019

Arabic - Trance Music - Cairo Party | موسيقى ترانس بالعربى

Arabic - Trance Music - Cairo Party | موسيقى ترانس بالعربى 

trance music mix 
What is trance music?
Trance music
When did it appear?
Trance music
 And who are its listeners?
Trance music
 This is what we will present to you in this topic
Trance music
Is a kind of electronic dance music that was known and developed in the early 1990s in Germany
Trance music is known for its relatively high rhythm, which is usually between 125 and 150 beats per minute
Trans music first appeared in the early 1990s in the German city of Frankfurt, but it became popular in the Netherlands. Trans music is often played in loud parties held far from urban areas.
Armin van buuren, tiesto, paul van dyk and deadmau5 are among the most prominent faces in the world of trans music.
Trance music
The early '90s were absolutely packed with Trance classics
 records that are still regarded as some of the most iconic works by the Trance crowd.
Fuelled by these superb creations,
Trance music quickly became a full-fledged genre
as the likes of Chicane
Armin van Buuren  Solarstone and Ferry Corsten started to make their mark on the scene.
These guys - among others - brought us countless everlasting memories and ensured that Trance music has withstood the test of time.
Unfortunately, we can't list every single one of those Trance classics.
Instead we picked twenty classics to educate you on what Trance music sounded like back then


Often described as a mix between Techno and House music, Trance Music stands out from those genres due to its focus on melodies, harmonies, and rich atmospheres. Its tempo or beats per minute generally ranges from 128 BPM to 140 BPM, although this range does not encapsulate all sub genres. It is often known for its enduring breakdowns and build-ups, which tend to leave people in a "trance". On another note, Trance music is often found to be closely related to classical music, as they often share similar string patterns, harmonies, and melodies.
Delay and reverb effects are used frequently and heavily, as they contribute to the atmospheric and enthralling aspect of the genre. Traditional instruments may be adopted to complement the Electronic Music properties of the genre, but this rarely goes beyond piano, guitar, and strings. However, Trance pioneer Armin van Buuren used some untraditional instruments in a number of songs on his sixth studio album ('Embrace'). Title track 'Embrace' feat Jazz trumpeter Eric Vloeimans is a sterling example.

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