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Chamber pop, often used interchangeably with baroque pop, is a pop music subgenre which originated in the United States and United Kingdom. It emerged in the mid-1960s as a fusion of pop rock and classical music, in particular that of the baroque and classical eras. It has continued to develop with new artists such as The Synthetic Dream Foundation, Regina Spektor, and the newest works by Tori Amos.
Regina Spektor and The Synthetic Dream Foundation make beautiful chamber pop music
by Musical Genius April 25, 2013
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