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Baroque pop, baroque rock, or English baroque, often used interchangeably with chamber pop/rock, is a pop rock music subgenre which originated in the United States and United Kingdom. It emerged in the mid-1960s as a fusion of pop rock and classical music, particularly of the baroque period.
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Queerness in Pop Music (2015)
Originating in the UK and US during the 1960s, baroque pop is a music subgenre that fused classical music, ...
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baroque pop A fusion of Pop music with elements from orchestral ...
From Adele to Ziggy, the Real A to Z of Rock and Pop by Dylan Jones
Call them baroque pop, call themachamber pop band (othershavebeen far ruder about them), NEIL H ANNON's fabulous creationmake thetype of disturbingly polite music that is so obviously out ofsync with pretty much everythingthat ...
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