Trance muisic

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Trance is a genre o electronic muisic[6] that developed in the early 1990s, in Germany an in Goa, Indie.[7] It is chairacterised bi a tempo lyin atween 125 an 150 beats per meenit (BPM),[5] repeatin melodic phrases,[5] an a musical form that distinctly bigs tension an elements ootthrou a track eften culminatin in 1 tae 2 "peaks" or "drops."[5] Awtho trance is a genre o its awn, it leberally incorporates influences frae ither muisical styles sic as techno,[3] house,[1] pop,[3] chill-out,[3] clessical muisic,[3][4] tech house, ambient, an film muisic.[4]

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