Definición de doo-wop en inglés:

doo-wop

Saltos de línea: doo-wop
Pronunciación: /ˈduːwɒp
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • A style of pop music marked by the use of close harmony vocals using nonsense phrases, originating in the US in the 1950s.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • This is the high peak of their doo-wop, with tricky little rhythms on the falsetto lead line and some extremely beautiful lyrics that seem to go beyond high school puppy love into something more universal.
    • Jump blues, country, gospel, western swing and pop - forget stereotypes, primal rock was more than just doo-wop and rockabilly.
    • These audio jump cuts and sudden changes in ambience were also reflected in the music, as doo-wop, pop songs, political commentary, fuzz guitar rock and cocktail jazz all piled up on each other.

Derivativos

doo-wopper

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It wasn't just the doo-woppers who padded or enriched their repertoire with pop oldies.
  • This album is out of print as the doo-woppers are currently in the studio getting ready to release a new album.
  • The only confusing aspect of this version of the play was trying to establish early on what part the doo-woppers played in the production.

Origen

imitative.

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