Invention of part music, its adaptation and development in popular music.
Like all modern composers of acknowledged rank, Chopin was strongly influenced by the popular music of his native country.
On the other side was the popular music—folk music, the music of the street, the nursery, the stable-shed and the taproom.
In the piazza the band was playing the popular music that one knows so well from the barrel organs.
She recognized the aria, and wondered a little, for it was not one that could be considered as popular music.
Although his mode of expression was peculiarly his own, he had received a strong impulse from the popular music of Poland.
It is popular music of a kind that has not been made for a long time in this country—scarcely at all since Dibdin's time.
That kind which produces as impression on a decadent and on you and on the working man; simple, understandable, popular music.
The subject of this action was a popular music hall song called "Daisy Bell."
He spat out the words "popular music" with an emphasis that made a Tarrok player at the next table jump in his seat.