Type
Word Search
Description

backbeats
barrels
beats
bob marley
calypso
chords
drum
jamaica
music
offbeats
reggae
song
steelband
summer
triads
trinidad

Reggae Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Jimmy Cliff
Jamaica
Laid back feel
keyboard
drumming
Percussion
Brass
off beat
Syncopation
Finley Quaye
Bob Marley

bob marley Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

birds
weed
marley
bob
Park
Music
Family
Song
Beat
Love
Heart
Tambourine
Reggae
Jamaica

REGGAE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Name a famous Reggae musician, Bob? Marley
Complete the line to the song, 'Don't _______ about a thing.' Worry
In Reggae the chords are played how? Offbeat
Most Reggae songs are about religion, _______, peace, poverty, anti-racism and religion. Love
Where does Reggae music come from? Jamaica
A riff is also called a ________. Hook
What is the instrument that plays the beat in Reggae? Guitar
Reggae music is often closely associated with the country and its __________. Culture
The topic of music we are learning about is called ____________. Reggae
The riff is often played by a brass instrument such as the ______________. Trombone

Jamaica Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tourism
deaf
patois
guitars
trumpet
flute
drums
reggae
patties
jerky
paper
cement
rum
muslim
blue mountains
bob marley
kingston
tropical
mountains
christian

JAMAICAN WORD SEARCH

Type
Word Search
Description

REGGAE
RASTAFARIAN
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
PRIME MINISTER
POTTERY
JAMAICA
ISLAND
IRIE
GRATER CAKE
FASHION
ENGLISH
COLORFUL
CARIBBEAN
BRITAIN
BOB MARLEY
BANANA

Rock 'n' Roll Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

smoke on the water
buddy holly
syncopation
coda
ostinato
riff
rap
piano
introduction
chorus
verse
african
rhythm and blues
jazz
chords
vocals
rhythm guitar
lead guitar
instrumental
middle eight
chubby checker
crowded house
heavy rock
rock around the clock
drum kit
back beat
wahwah
distortion
bass guitar
alternative rock
surf rock
silverchair
bill haley
elvis presley
johnny okeefe
twelve bar blues

Reggae Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Keyboard
Kingston
Religion
Rastafarianism
Guitar
Drums
Offbeat
Skank
Ska
Jamaica
Reggae

Carnival Fun!! Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

clowns
peanuts
balloon animals
ferris wheel
roller coaster
tight rope
high wire
acrobats
lions
tigers
elephant
snow cones
funnel cake
candy apples
cotton candy
hot dogs
Fat Tuesday
Cajun cuisine
parades
colorful costumes
masquerade balls
masks
steelpan drums
calypso music
Tobago
Trinidad
mardi gras
samba
New Orleans
Rio de Janeiro

Caribbean Music Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Style of Caribbean Music begun in the 1920's Mento
Style of Caribbean music which Bob Marley made popular Reggae
Caribbean Islands are locatedoff the coast of_________________ Florida
Language spoken on islands developed by France French
Traditons or customs which define a particular area or country Culture
Steel pan Steel drum
Song made popular by Harry Belafonte The Banana Boat song
Like American folk music, Caribbean music often___________________________ tellsastory
Instrument played while sitting on it and plucking the keys Rhumba box
Folk music uses simple instrumentation like this instrument played by strumming the strings guitar
First popular Rocksteady song Hold Me tight
Disney Movie which utilizes Caribbean music The Little mermaid
This song by Magic is a contemporary form of Reggae Rude
Off beat rhythm syncopation
Repetitive string of notes ostinato

Musical Styles Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A solo song in an operatic style ARIA
A solo work for bagpipe based around a theme and variation form PIBROCH
Originating in Jamaica, strong accents on beats 2 and 4 REGGAE
Gaelic working song with call and response, sung by women WAULKINGSONG
Dance music from S. America with syncopation and percussion LATINAMERICAN
A musical play featuring dialogue, songs and dance MUSICAL
A slow Scots song which tells a story SCOTSBALLAD
Cultural music mainly featuring drumming ensembles and voices AFRICAN
Church music sung slowly and freely in Gaelic GAELICPSALM
Drama set to music, completely sung and accompanied by orchestra OPERA
Music originating from black american folk music, 12-bar structure BLUES
Piano music featuring syncopation and a vamp RAGTIME
A Scots song sung by a solo male about farming life BOTHYBALLAD
Cultural music from Asia featuring Sitar and Tabla INDIAN
A jazz style used for dancing and performed by a big band SWING
Rhyming lyrics that are spoken and performed in time to a beat RAPPING
Unaccompanied Gaelic song made up of rhythmic nonsense words MOUTHMUSIC
A style of popular music with a heavy, driving beat ROCK
A fusion of Scottish music and contemporary popular music CELTICROCK
Songs written with religious lyrics, performed in a popular style GOSPEL