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Not all music-cultures have a word for music (as is found in the familiar Euro-American music-culture). Other music-cultures have a word that roughly translates as music-dance. Give some examples to illustrate this idea. (Answers may vary.)
 
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Traditional Rosans (in the former Yugoslav area) have no general equivalent to the English music, instead they divide what we call music into persui (songs) and muzika (instrumental music).
 Old-time Southern Baptists may say they don't have any music in their religious service, meaning they don't have instrumental music accompanying their singing.
 Other music-cultures have words for song types, such as lullaby, epic, and so on, but no overall word for music.
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