Art Music by Caribbean Composers: Trinidad and Tobago

Christine Gangelhoff, Cathleen LeGrand

Abstract


Trinidad and Tobago is most famous for its indigenous musical traditions, calypso and soca and is the birthplace of the steel pan.

Keywords


Classical music; Composers;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15362/ijbs.v19i2.190

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