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Music of Malta

The music of Malta ranges across a spectrum of genres such as traditional folk music, metal and various forms of electronica.

History

"Ghana" is the traditional folk music of Malta.

1971 Joe Grech. The first singer to represent Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Thea Garrett (winner of Malta Song for Europe 2010 - My Dream)

Morena (winner of Malta Song for Europe 2008 - VODKA)

Klinsmann (participant of Malta Song for Europe in 2007 [She Gives me Wings] and 2008 [Go finalist song])

Claudia Faniello (second runner up in Malta song for Europe 2008 who participated with the songs Caravaggio and Sunrise)

Chiara (represented Malta in Eurovision a total of 3 times, 1998, 2005, 2009)

Gaia Cauchi(represented and won for Malta in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2013)

Gianluca Bezzina (represented Malta in 2013)

Law of Malta : The Federal Government of Police accepts music in rural areas between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, and 3:00pm onwards

Artists

Club DJ's

Metal

References

External links

  • Malta International Music Master Classes, VFIMF Festival, Malta International Music Competition
  • Malta International Violin/Viola Making Competition and Instrumental Master Classes
  • Malta Music Online - Website sharing Maltese Music Bands' information
  • Music of Malta
  • MaltaVoyager
  • Dance music and clubbing in Malta
  • - Maltese alternative scene
  • Maltese Techno and Electro Music scene
  • Malta International Music Master Classes and more cultural projects and courses
  • Maltese Music Internet Radio at Malta Network Resources


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