Ska

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Ska
Stylistic origins Jamaican mento and calypso; American jazz and rhythm and blues
Cultural origins Late 1950s Jamaica
Typical instruments guitar, bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, drums, organ
Mainstream popularity Highest in early 1960s; wide popularity in Jamaica & notable popularity in United Kingdom; notable revivals in 1970s/1980s UK and late-1990s North America
Derivative forms rocksteady, reggae
Subgenres
Christian ska
Fusion genres
2 Tone, ska punk, ska jazz
Regional scenes
Japan
Other topics
third wave ska, list of ska musicians, rude boy, mod, skinhead, Suedehead

Ska (pípè /ˈskɑː/, Jamaican [skja]) je iru orin to bere lati Jamaica ni opin awon odun 1950, ohun lo siwaju rocksteady ati reggae.[1]



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  1. "Ska". Encyclopædia Britannica. Hussey Dermot. pp. http://www.search.eb.com/eb/article-9118222.