Definition of Bluegrass

Bluegrass is music embedded in Appalachia.  The genre has roots in country music, but also draws from British and African traditional music.  Bluegrass’s flexible sound comes from a variety of string instruments and vocal styles. The music communicates the values of rural and Appalachian culture, with emphasis on nostalgia and hardship.

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