Art rock, for short

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Possible Answers: PROG.

Last seen on: Rock and Roll Crossword – Apr 22 2018

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Progressive music is music that subverts genre and results in the expansion of stylistic boundaries. The word comes from the basic concept of “progress”, which refers to development and growth by accumulation, and is often deployed for numerous music genres such as progressive country, progressive folk, progressive jazz, and (most significantly) progressive rock.


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Music that is deemed “progressive” usually synthesizes influences from various cultural domains, such as European art music, Celtic folk, West Indian, or African. As an art theory, the progressive approach falls between formalism and eclecticism. “Formalism” refers to a preoccupation with established external compositional systems, structural unity, and the autonomy of individual art works. Like formalism, “eclecticism” connotates a predilection toward style synthesis or integration. However, contrary to formalist tendencies, eclecticism foregrounds discontinuities between historical and contemporary styles and electronic media, sometimes referring simultaneously to vastly different musical genres, idioms, and cultural codes. In marketing, “progressive” is used to distinguish a product from “commercial” pop music. Progressive music is rooted in the idea of a cultural alternative and may also be associated with auteur-stars and concept albums, considered traditional structures of the music industry.

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