Music is a universal language that can be understood across languages and cultures. Music has the unique ability to promote mutual understanding among individuals of even the most diverse backgrounds. Music is also an essential aspect of formal and informal gatherings, holidays, festivals, and religious observances.
To understand New Zealand’s culture, one does well to understand its unique musical forms and instruments.
This report provides a fascinating view of New Zealand’s culture through its music in six categories: a comprehensive music overview, a description of traditional musical forms, a detailed description of instruments and ensembles, an exploration of musical genres, an overview of modern musical forms, and a description of important musical groups .
This report is recommended for musicians, music students, students of culture, and all those who wish to understand and appreciate New Zealand through its musical forms.
Content: This New Zealand—Music Report contains six main content modules, 30+ photographs, and a minimum of 20 pages of editorial.
The four content modules for New Zealand are:
- Music Overview
- Traditional Forms
- Instruments and Ensembles
- Musical Genres
- Modern Forms
- Musical Groups
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Report Date: September 22, 2023
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