country

country [ kuntri ] n. f. ou m. inv.
country-music 1972; mot angl. « campagne »
Anglic. Musique américaine populaire dérivée du folklore blanc du sud-ouest des États-Unis. folk. Adj. inv. Des guitaristes country.

country nom masculin ou féminin et adjectif invariable (anglais country, campagne) Style de musique populaire propre à la population blanche du sud-est des États-Unis, apparu au début des années 1920.

country
n. f. (ou m.) Genre musical issu de la musique folklorique américaine.

country-music [kɔntʀimjuzik] n. f. ou country n. f. ou m. invar.
ÉTYM. 1972, in Höfler; mot angl. (États-Unis), de country « campagne », et music « musique ».
Anglic. Musique américaine dérivée de la musique et des chansons folkloriques du sud-ouest des États-Unis. Folk. Parfois écrit sans trait d'union : || « Eddy Mitchell, au fond le seul artiste de country music qui passionne les foules » (le Nouvel Obs., 8 janv. 1979, p. 45). || Guitariste qui joue de la country, du country.Adj. invar. || Des musiciens country.

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