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Music Genres beginning with F

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F musical genres wouldn’t be F without the king of F’s - Funk …. Funky MacFunkinson, The funkmeister General, Rock Hard in a Funky Place. I love funk, funk is funky, gotta love a funky tune. Okay, I also like Folk Music and Futurepop, but Funk wins if it comes down to a fight.


 Fado – Portuguese folk music, often touching on the themes of melancholia and working class struggles

Falak – Afghan, Tajik, and Pakistani religious folk music

Fandango – Spanish music made to accompany the upbeat dance of the same name

Farruca – a light form of flamenco

Filk – style of folk (sometimes expanding to other genres) with heavy science-fiction or fantasy themes

Film score – any music written to act as a soundtrack to a motion picture

Filmi – Indian film scores

Filmi-ghazal – fusion of filmi and ghazal poetry

Fingerstyle – the act of plucking guitar strings with the fingertips

Flamenco – popular style of Spanish folk dance music developed in Andalusia by Romani-Spanish (or Gitanos), but latter expanding to the general Spanish populus

Folk jazz - fusion of folk and jazz music

Folk metal – fusion of folk and heavy metal rock

Folk – broad term used to refer to the traditional music of an ethnic group, usually that performed by the working class

Folk pop – fusion of folk and pop music

Folk punk – fusion of folk and punk rock

Folk rock – fusion of folk and rock music

Folktronica – fusion of folk and electronic music

Forró – popular Brazilian folk dance music

Franco-country – style of country music performed by French-Canadians

Freakbeat – a frantic, raw style of beat and British Invasion music

Freak folk – experimental style of folk, often folk-rock

Free improvisation – completely uncontrolled improvisation

Free jazz – freely improvised jazz music

Freestyle – Latin American electro-pop

Free tekno – style of techno developed by anarchists

French house – house music produced by French artists

Frevo – umbrella term for Brazilian dance styles associated with the Brazilian Carnivale

Fuji – - Nigerian folk music

Full on trance – style of psychedelic trance known for its rolling baselines and confrontational themes

Funaná – Cape Verdean accordion-based dance music

Funeral doom – incredibly slow style of doom metal, made to mimic funeral music

Funk – combination of elements of blues, jazz, and soul with the melodies and harmonies stripped in order to emphasize the bass guitar

Funk metal – fusion of funk and heavy metal rock

Funk rock – fusion of funk and rock music

Funky house – fusion of funk and house music

Furniture music – a calming, live form of background music

Fusion jazz – fusion of jazz and rock music

Future garage – style of UK garage that fused it with elements of all other contemporary EDM styles

Futurepop – style of EDM known for its similarities to synthpop and uplifting trance, as well as its heavy sampling

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