Contemporary music  

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In the broadest and popular sense, Contemporary music is any music being written in the present day. This could include any kind of present music. However in the strict historical and musicological terminology, the term Contemporary music exclusively refers to:

In a more restricted sense it may only include the most recent forms of this music:




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