Ethiopian music has come a long way from its original traditions of being strictly associated with the Tewadeho Orthodox Church. Scroll down for new Ethiopian music download mp3 Amharic music began to take hold during its "Golden Ages" which came during the 's and 's when a plethora of talented singers and musicians flooded the Ethiopian musical scene. It was an era when artists had the freedom to explore their talents and express themselves through their music. This soon changed when the revolutionary Derg government took power and forced many of these bright stars to flee the country and migrate to primarily Western countries. Considered only to be a slight speed bump in the evolution and growth of Amharic music, the artists continued to produce and perform their music in their adopted countries, to the delight of their eager audiences. Tizita songs slow and romantic , Ethio Soul, Ethio Jazz, etc. The diversity of Ethiopian music has provided audiences with a variety of intriguing styles and cultures. Globally, the music of Ethiopia, be it Amharic or any one of its other languages has been accepted and even awarded in various international competitions. Although, still in its infancy, the music industry of Ethiopia and its numerous talented and bright stars will surely provide worldwide audiences with sounds unparalleled anywhere else. She grew up in the capital city of Addis Ababa and by the age of 13 began performing in clubs and hotels.
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Ethiopian music uses a distinct modal system that is pentatonic , with characteristically long intervals between some notes. The music of the Ethiopian Highlands uses a fundamental modal system called qenet , of which there are four main modes: tezeta , bati , ambassel , and anchihoy. Music in the Ethiopian highlands is generally monophonic or heterophonic. Dorze polyphonic singing edho may employ up to five parts; Majangir , four parts. In the highlands, traditional string instruments include the masenqo also known as masinko , a one-string bowed lute ; the krar also known as kirar , a six-string lyre ; and the begena , a large ten-string lyre.